“She's my best friend. God, I hate her.”
Heathers The Musical is returning to the West End's Theatre Royal Haymarket for a strictly limited 12-week season! You'd be corn nuts to not secure your Heathers tickets now as this musical had record-breaking seasons when it was last in London. Use our easy seat-plan to secure the best West End Heathers The Musical tickets for this summer!
Heathers The Musical Synopsis
Greetings, salutations. Welcome to Westerberg High, where Veronica Sawyer is just another of the nobodies dreaming of a better day. But when she’s unexpectedly taken under the wings of the three beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers, her dreams of popularity finally start to come true. Until JD turns up, the mysterious teen rebel who teaches her that it might kill to be a nobody, but it’s murder being a somebody…
Heathers 2021 West End cast
Starring in Heathers The Musical in 2021 will be Christina Bennington as Veronica Sawyer and Jordan Luke Gage as Jason Dean (JD). Returning to role of Heather Chandler is Jodie Steele. Joining her in the "Heathers" are Bobbie Little as Heather Duke and Frances Mayli McCann (Evita) as Heather McNamara.
They are joined by Lauren Ward as Fleming/Veronica’s Mother, Madison Swan as Martha, Simon Bailey as Ram’s Dad/Big Bud Dean/Coach, Joaquin Pedro Valdes as Ram Sweeney and Steven Serlin as Kurt’s Dad/Veronica’s Dad/Principle Gowan.
About Heathers The Musical
Wickedly funny and with dazzling book, music and lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe, Heathers The Musical is based on the 1988 cult hit, that starred Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, and produced by Bill Kenwright and Paul Taylor-Mills, the team behind the acclaimed stage adaptation of Carrie. With direction from Andy Fickman and electrifying choreography by Gary Lloyd, this is one class production you can’t afford to skip.
Heathers the Musical tickets are now available. Don’t miss the limited run that everyone is dying to see!
“Sheer joyful exuberance” City AM
“Heathers is a masterful deconstruction of hypocrisy and a hymn to acceptance and tolerance” Telegraph