Opened: 2nd November 2019

Booking Period: 28th March 2020

Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Thursday & Saturday 14:30

Running Time: TBC

Venue: Shaftesbury Theatre

Website: www.andjulietthemusical.co.uk

Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & YouTube

The Show

&Juliet is a new jukebox musical by David West Read and Max Martin, including ‘Baby One More Time’, ‘Everybody’, ‘Love Me Like You Do’ and many more. The plot is based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet but with a twist – Juliet doesn’t kill herself. The musical made its world premiere in Manchester’s Opera House on 10th September 2019 before transferring to the West End’s Shaftesbury Theatre from November.

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

Miriam-Teak Lee as Juliet

Jordan Luke Gage as Romeo

Cassidy Janson as Mrs Shakespeare

Oliver Tompsett as Mr Shakespeare

David Bedella as Lance

Melanie Le Barrie as Nurse

Tim Mahendran

Arun Blair-Mangat

Ensemble and Swing

Alex Tranter, Alishia-Marie Blake, Antoine Murray-Straughan, Christopher Parkison, Danielle Fiamanya Dillon Scott-Lewis, Grace Mouat, Ivan De Freitas, Jaye Marshall, Jocasta Almgill, Josh Baker, Kerri Norville, Kieran Lai, Kirstie Skivington, Nathan Lorainey-Dineen and Rhian Duncan


&Juliet opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on 2nd November 2019. The Shaftesbury Theatre was opened in 1911 and was host to plays, musicals, and Gilbert and Sullivan operas. The Shaftesbury Theatre is privately owned by the Theatre of Comedy Company so the best place to buy tickets for &Juliet is through the Shaftesbury Theatre website. For more information about the Shaftesbury Theatre, read our guide

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