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What to expect
The iconic British TV series was turned into a stage musical in 2019 and there has been no looking back. The two-hour tale, called Only Fools And Horses, with book, lyrics, and music by Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan, includes additional music from Chas Hodges and John Sullivan as a writer. The characters from the British comedy show are now in the West End for the first time at London's Theatre Royal Haymarket. The story features Del Boy searching for love, Rodney getting ready for his marriage to Cassandra, and Grandad. So don't wait. Book Only Fools And Horses The Musical tickets now. You can also opt for e-tickets and book online.
About Only Fools And Horses
What is Only Fools And Horses about?
The musical is inspired by some of the most well-loved episodes of the iconic series that first aired in 1981. Del boy, Rodney, and Grandad are the main characters of this musical. Only Fools and Horses is a good few decades old. The story revolves around Del Boy waiting for the love of his life, Rodney preparing for his marriage to Cassandra, and Grandad reminiscing about a life well-lived. The story is the same as that of the classic comedy series with some added songs and music.
Only Fools And Horses The Musical is a play of tradition, feel-good moments, and insight into the working classes of London. It is written by the famous comedian Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan. Jim Sullivan is the son of John Sullivan, the original creator of Only Fools And Horses.
Only Fools And Horses The Musical features the Trotters of Peckham in an adventure where people run riot. Audiences can laugh along with their many shady dealings. You will also feel nostalgia about the good old days of the series Only Fools And Horses, made by John Sullivan. Musical contributions from Chas and Dave can also be enjoyed along with these cherished moments of the past. The last episode of Only Fools And Horses aired on 25 December 2003. The legendary creator, John Sullivan, has died since then, and his son has co-written the new play based on the series. John Sullivan did not appear in the show but is credited with writing the theme tune. He even sang in two cases.
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What age is Only Fools And Horses suitable for?
The recommended age for Only Fools And Horses The Musical at Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, is eight and above.
How long is Only Fools And Horses?
The runtime of Only Fools And Horses The Musical is two hours and 30 minutes. Information about the interval is not currently available.
Who is performing in Only Fools And Horses?
The musical cast of Only Fools And Horses The Musical includes performers like Paul Whitehouse as Grandad, Tom Bennett as Del Boy, Ryan Hutton as Rodney, Pippa Duffy as Cassandra, Dianne Pilkington as Raquel, Samantha Seager as Marlene, Jeff Nicholson as Boycie, Peter Baker as Trigger, Adrian Irvine as Denzil, Chris Kiely as Micky Pierce, Adam Venus as Tony Driscoll, and Andy Mace as Mike the barman.
Apart from the stage cast, Paul Whitehouse co-wrote the play along with Jim Sullivan. The director is Caroline Jay Ranger. Set design is done by Liz Ascroft. Lighting design and sound design are done by Richard Jones and Rory Madden, respectively.
Only Fools And Horses The Musical premiered on 9 February 2019 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.
What are the main characters of Only Fools And Horses?
The main characters of the show are Grandad, Rodney, and Del Boy.
Paul Whitehouse plays Grandad in Only Fools And Horses The Musical.
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Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is Only Fools And Horses being performed in London?
The address of the venue is the Theatre Royal Haymarket, 18 Suffolk St, London SW1Y 4HT, United Kingdom.
A themed tribute show for Only Fools And Horses named Phoney Fools and Horses is coming to Manchester this winter.
How do I get to Theatre Royal Haymarket?
The Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, is fairly easy to reach by travelling down Coventry Street and then Haymarket on the right.
The nearest bus stop is Haymarket, where buses 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 19, 23, 38, 53, 88, 139, 159 stop.
The nearest Tube stations are in Bakerloo on the Piccadilly line. The nearest train station is Charing Cross.
You can also book with e-tickets for Only Fools And Horses The Musical at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.
Where can I park at the Theatre Royal Haymarket?
The nearest parking lots are Whitcomb Street and Leicester Square. Both the lots are two minutes from the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.
Where are the toilets at the Theatre Royal Haymarket?
Toilets are located in the Royal Circle, Upper Circle, and the Stalls. An accessible toilet can be found on the backside of the Stalls.
Is the Theatre Royal Haymarket accessible?
Step-free access is located through the side doors on the front side of the building. It leads directly towards the Stalls.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some popular family-friendly restaurants in the area are Farzi Cafe, Spaghetti House, Chop Shop, and Angus Steakhouse Leicester Square.