Matilda - London

Roald Dahl's classic children's book comes to the West End stage.

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Playing At

Cambridge Theatre Earlham Street
London, UK WC2H 9HU

Schedule

Monday DARK  
Tuesday 7:00PM  
Wednesday 2:30PM 7:30PM
Thursday 7:30PM  
Friday 7:30PM  
Saturday 2:30PM 8:00PM
Sunday 3:00PM  
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Important Dates

On Sale jun 08, 2011
Preview oct 18, 2011

Time

2hrs. 40mins. (1 Intermission)

Description

Based on Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book of the same name, Matilda follows Matilda Wormwood, a bright little girl who immerses herself in books. Matilda is discarded and belittled by her dimwitted parents—her father insists on calling her a boy and harps on her “stupidity” for preferring reading to watching the telly—and her hostile headmistress, the outrageous and wicked Miss Trunchbull. Reclusive, but with an ever-growing imagination and sharp mind, and with a caring protector in her teacher Miss Honey, Matilda dreams of a better life, daring to take a stand against unjust forces and to grasp her destiny in her own, tiny hands.

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What Is Matilda Like?
Matilda features a score by Australian musician/comedian Tim Minchin and a darkly comical yet compassionate book by Dennis Kelly. Rob Howell’s scrabble-tile explosion of a set, playfully and colorfully lit by Hugh Vanstone, is the visual counterpart of Dahl’s creative genius spilling into the theater. Director ...

Matilda Cast & Creative

  • Miss Trunchbull Alex Gaumond
  • Matilda (alternating performances) Zaris-Angel Hator, Clara Read, Emily May-Stephenson and Evie Hone
  • Miss Honey Haley Flaherty
  • Mr. Wormwood James Clyde
  • Mrs. Wormwood Kay Murphy
  • Music and Lyrics Tim Minchin
  • Book Denis Kelly
  • Director Matthew Warchus
  • Choreographer Peter Darling
  • Set and Costume Designer Rob Howell
  • Lighting Designer Hugh Vanstone
  • Sound Designer Simon Baker

Theater

Cambridge Theatre
Earlham Street London, UK

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Matilda – London

Roald Dahl's classic children's book comes to the West End stage.

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