Once upon a time in the late ’80s, Vivian met Edward and her life changed forever. Experience their iconic story and be swept up in their romance in this dazzlingly theatrical take on a love story for the ages. Brought to life by a powerhouse creative team representing the best of music, Hollywood and theatre, Pretty Woman: The Musical will lift your spirits and light up your heart.
Pretty Woman: The Musical features direction and choreography by two-time Tony Award® winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Hairspray), an original score by Grammy® winner Bryan Adams and his longtime songwriting partner Jim Vallance (“Summer of ’69”, “Heaven”) and a book by the movie’s legendary director Garry Marshall and screenwriter J.F. Lawton.
Age Recommendation: 12+
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I’ve never seen a show that’s whiter, more American or more heterosexual than Pretty Woman the Musical
Big Fun. Huge
Everything is tighter, more relaxed and polished
Magnetic Aimie Atkinson brings power and depth to musical rom-com revival
But you know what? I really enjoyed it
This show is a sure-fire hit
There may be a bit of wish-fulfillment to all of this - the score and book are both written by all-male teams, and the show its also written and directed by a man - but it also has a happy, eventually feel-good vibe to it
It’s not so much that Pretty Woman: The Musical isn’t much good, which it isn’t. More to the point is that this West End replica of the recent Broadway musical of the 1990 film feels utterly superfluous
No amount of feminist T-shirts can save this regressive, over-priced spin-off
If Pretty Woman – The Musical had any conscience it would adapt itself to the actors performing it and to the era in which it has been launched
Cynical and deeply unimaginative musical re-tread of the hit 1990 romcom
Good performances can’t save this shallow, outdated vision of sex work
Danny Mac and Aimie Atkinson star in the schmaltzy and shallow Hollywood tale, told with a few winning songs
This aggressively stupid musical version of the Julia Roberts smash justifies the terrible Broadway reviews