The hit musical, based on the tragedy of 1912, has extended its 10 week run by a week and will now close on the 13th August. 


The multi-Tony Award winning musical is also the first production in Thom Southerland’s season as Artistic Director of Charing Cross Theatre.

In addition to extending a week longer until the 13th August, the regular mid-week matinee will move from a Wednesday to become a Stagey Matinee on Tuesday 9 August to give other West End performers chance to see it.

Meanwhile, it has also been confirmed that Titanic composer Maury Yeston (Nine, Grand Hotel) will be  flying in from New York to take part in an after-show Q & A on Tuesday July 26 with Matt Wolf, London theatre critic of The International New York Times and Theatre Editor at The Arts Desk.

Set in the final hour of 14th April 1912 on the RMS Titanic, the musical follows the lives of the people on board the ship as it struck an iceberg and sank.

Titanic features characters who were actually onboard the ship at the time. Maury Yeston  and Peter Stone’s musical has proved popular with critics and audiences alike. It stars Scarlett Courtney, Matthew Crowe, Sion Lloyd, Shane McDaid, Philip Rham, Dudley Rogers, Victoria Serra and Judith Street.

Titanic is booking at the Charing Cross Theatre until the 13th August. To book tickets visit: Discount, Last, Theatre Tickets, Theatre and UK



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