5 reasons to see HEATHERS at Theatre Royal Haymarket

  1. Carrie Hope Fletcher 
    The YouTube Star has already made her mark in Musical Theatre, but this might be her most impressive role to date. Having made a name for herself in Les Miserables and The Addams Family, she makes playing Veronica Sawyer look effortless.
  2. How much other people love Carrie Hope Fletcher
    Honestly, I’ve not heard screaming with excitement like this since Wicked circa 2010. Her simultaneous careers as a YouTuber, Author and Musical Theatre star mean she has a pretty huge fan base, and you can’t help but thoroughly enjoy yourself when the whole audience is going crazy.
  3. Gary Lloyd’s Choreography
    And, to be fair, the people actually performing it. Jodie Steele in particular steals the attention of the audience at every opportunity, and not just because she is so tall.
  4. Rebecca Lock’s wonderful, hippy healing vibes. 
    She might have completely lost the plot, but Rebecca Lock’s Pauline Flemming will have you feeling all kinds of ‘at peace with the world’. Just talk.
  5. The Special Effects 
    If you saw the production at The Other Palace – you’re still in for a treat. There may have been a point where I thought that the Theatre Royal Haymarket had actually exploded.

Best value Heathers Tickets are probably via the TodayTix Lottery, or Day Seats, in person at the box office from 10am. For the best value tickets in advance, go directly to the Box Office, where there are lots of tickets for £25 for every performance (mostly the sides of the Upper Circle, and the Gallery).


Emma Betty

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The tickets for the preview performance preceding this feature were kindly provided by London Box Office. 

Emma Betty
Emma Betty

Emma Betty is 28 and a nurse in Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s Paediatric Intensive Care Unit. Emma has the Les Miserables 10th Anniversary Soundtrack (On CD!) to blame for her love for Musical Theatre, which she found in her parents living room pretty much as soon as she was old enough to know what it was. She began combining her love for Theatre, the Internet and Writing while she was still at school, through various blogs and on social media. Having moved to London in 2013, she launched Upper Circle 4 years later. A couple of years on, she is delighted to have a small team and is so grateful to those helping Upper Circle to grow every day!

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