MJ The Musical London: Michael Jackson's Legacy Coming to Life on West End in 2024

28th March, 2023 | By Vandana Lohia

Fans of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, will soon be able to relive his iconic music and moves live on stage in one of London's most prestigious theatre districts - the West End! Get ready to experience an inspiring celebration of the legendary Michael Jackson when MJ The Musical comes to London in 2024! With a spectacular production that is sure to captivate audiences of all ages, it will be one show you won't want to miss.

Following a super hit run on Broadway, MJ The Musical London is set to make its debut at the Prince Edward Theatre. The musical will start playing at the theatre from 6th March 2024. Relive the captivating tale of Michael Jackson's ascent to celebrity status, from his humble beginnings as a member of the Jackson 5 to becoming an unprecedentedly successful solo artist.

The musical spectacularly showcases Jackson's greatest successes, such as "Billie Jean," "Beat It," and of course the iconic "Thriller." Not to mention lesser-known musical gems that demonstrate his boundless musical prowess. Get ready for an electrifying show as Tony Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon has incorporated some of Michael Jackson's iconic moves into his stunningly crafted and vibrant choreography!

In light of the show's phenomenal success in America, the choice to bring MJ The Musical to London was an obvious one. MJ The Musical London is slated to debut in the spring of 2024, with tickets anticipated to be available for purchase later this year. Music and dance connoisseurs can't afford to miss out on the chance to experience the legendary Michael Jackson's artistry live in London's West End. This is a unique opportunity for fans—and non-fans alike—to critique, appreciate, and marvel at one of history’s most iconic performers. So, keep your eyes peeled for MJ The Musical London tickets!

About the Author

Vandana Lohia
As a student of literature, Vandana has always been passionate about drama (in literature books and in real life) - who can resist Shakespeare's classics, after all? — and writing. Getting the opportunity to write about the plays and musicals she studied during her college days has been somewhat of a dream come true.