The musical is now booking at the Adelphi Theatre until the 28th March 2020.

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The producers of Waitress have today confirmed that the musical is now being extended for the fourth time, now booking at the Adelphi Theatre until the 28th March 2020, with tickets for the new booking period on sale now.

Meanwhile, the West End production will also be holding its next Cast Album Karaoke Night on 25th September co-hosted by Joe Sugg who plays Ogie, and Marisha Wallace who plays Becky. Audience members who want to take part just need to sign up before that evening’s show for the chance to sing one minute of any Waitress song, by  Sara Bareilles, accompanied by the show’s musical director Katharine Woolley live on stage.

Waitress tells the story of Jenna, a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams her way out of a loveless marriage. When a hot new doctor arrives in town, life gets complicated. With the support of her workmates Becky and Dawn, Jenna overcomes the challenges she faces and finds that laughter, love and friendship can provide the perfect recipe for happiness.  

As well as featuring an original score by seven-time Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles, the musical features a book by Jessie Nelson, direction by Diane Paulus and choreography by Lorin Latarro. 

Currently, the production’s cast includes Lucie Jones as Jenna, Joe Sugg as Ogie, Laura Baldwin as Dawn, Marisha Wallace as Becky, Tamlyn Henderson as Earl, David Hunter as Dr. Pomatter and Andrew Boyer as Old Joe.

The musical originally premiered on Broadway in March 2016 and has since become the longest running show in the history of the Brooks Atkinson Theater. The production is also currently touring the US and Canada and has announced an Australian premiere in 2020 at the Sydney Lyric Theatre with further productions to open in Holland next year and Japan in 2021.

Waitress continues to play at the Adelphi Theatre. To book tickets click here or visit: See TicketsTheatre Tickets Direct.co.ukFrom the Box OfficeLast Minute.com, Love Theatre.comWest End Theatre Breaks or Encore Tickets

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