One of the most romantic novels of all time, Pride and Prejudice (sort of) is coming to your favorite theatre in London soon. Based on the 1813 romantic novel of the same name by Jane Austen, this show is an adaptation by Isobel McArthur that has been slightly revamped. It is an all-female production that involves match-making and is all about men, money, and microphones.
Sway to the beats of amazing scores like You’re So Vain, Something’s Changed, Young Heart’s Run Free, and more by Candi Staton and Carly Simon. Watch the story unfold from the perspective of six servants who feel unseen and under-appreciated. They meddle in the match-making and witness all the scandals while singing their hearts out on the Karaoke.
Pride and Prejudice (sort of) is a satirical show depicting education and marriages during the Regency period. It follows the story of Elizabeth Bennet, who makes hasty judgments and faces their repercussions, and her family.
Mr. Bennet, Elizabeth’s father, has five daughters but his estate can only be passed on to a male heir. The parents try to find a match for at least one of their daughters to ensure that they don’t end up poor upon the father’s death. The main plot of the show is about why is it important to marry for love and not for money or social ranking, regardless of the societal pressure to marry rich.
Let yourself loose to the beats of inspiring scores of Pride and Prejudice (sort of). Candi Staton and Carly Simon will steal the heart of the audience with numbers like You’re So Vain, Something’s Changed, and Young Heart’s Run Free.
Book your online tickets for the Pride and Prejudice (sort of) musical and secure your seats now! Watch this Jane Austen novel come to life from the perspective of the servants at the CriterionTheatre, London.
Booking Period: From 15 Oct - 14 Feb 2022
A Grade II listed theatre, Criterion Theatre is an independent West End theatre in London. The theatre site was developed in 1870 by a catering company named Spiers and Pond. And the First Night on 21 March 1874 showed ‘Topseyturveydom’ and ‘An American Lady’. Over the years, there were many productions shown here including Fresh Fields, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, The 39 Steps, and more.
Seating Capacity: 588
Criterion Theatre Seating Plan will help you find the best seats in the theatre.
Address: 218-223 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1V 9LB, UK
Tube: The nearest tube stations to the theater are Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.
Bus: 3, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159, and 453.
Available Facilities: Wheelchair accessible, In-house bar, Cloakroom, Assistive Listening System, Washrooms
Accessibility: Criterion Theatre welcomes disabled guests and strives to make the show accessible for everyone
Security: Please be aware that for your comfort and security all audience members will be subject to security checks upon arrival at the Criterion Theatre.
Dress Code: Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air-conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Outside Food: Outside food is strictly prohibited inside this venue.
You can book online tickets to Pride and Prejudice (sort of) from 15 Oct - 14 Feb 2022.
The ticket price for Pride and Prejudice (sort of) will vary with the seats you choose. However, tickets can be purchased at prices starting from £9.90.
The age suitability of Pride and Prejudice (sort of) will be announced soon.
The duration of Pride and Prejudice (sort of) will be announced soon.
You’re So Vain, Something’s Changed, and Young Heart’s Run Free are some of the most popular songs in Pride and Prejudice (sort of).
Pride and Prejudice (sort of) will start playing in Criterion Theatre from 15 Oct 2021.
You can watch the West End show Pride and Prejudice (sort of) at Criterion Theatre, London.
By booking your Pride and Prejudice (sort of) tickets with us, you may avail of exciting discounts on your purchase.
Yes. Since the Criterion Theatre welcomes disabled guests and strives to make the show accessible for everyone, viewers can purchase accessible tickets for Pride and Prejudice (sort of).
Yes. Children can attend Pride and Prejudice (sort of) with a separate ticket.
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