London’s Hamilton Will Release New Block of Tickets

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Seats for the West End engagement will be available for performances through December 15.
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Rachelle Ann Go, Rachel John, and Christine Allado Matthew Murphy

A month after officially opening in the West End, the London premiere of Hamilton will offer some more chances to catch the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre.

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Jamael Westman and cast Matthew Murphy

Tickets for performances from July 30 through December 15 will go on sale January 29 at noon GMT. The current booking period goes through July 28.

As with all current U.S. engagements, the London production also offers a lottery, with entries accepted through the official Hamilton app and website. Winners can purchase up to two tickets for £10 each.

The West End engagement—the first international production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical—stars Jamael Westman and Giles Terera as Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, respectively. Joining them are Rachelle Ann Go, Rachel John, Christine Allado, Obioma Ugoala, Olivier nominee Michael Jibson, Tarinn Callender, Jason Pennycooke, and Cleve September.

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Joining Jeffrey Seller as a producer for the London bow is Cameron Mackintosh, the theatre titan behind such shows as The Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables. The team also includes Sander Jacobs, Jill Furman, and the Public Theater, where the musical premiered Off-Broadway in 2015.

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