Only Fools and Horses

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Opened: 9th February 2019

Booking Period: 8th February 2020

Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Wednesday and Saturday 14:30

Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Venue: Theatre Royal Haymarket


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The Show

Only Fools and Horses is a stage adaption by Paul Whitehouse, Jim Sullivan and Chas Hodges based on the television series by the same name which starred David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst. The musical is making its world premiere at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

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Tom Bennett as Del Boy

Ryan Hutton as Rodney

Andy Mace as Grandad (temporary cover, Paul Whitehouse is expected to return to the role)

Dianne Pilkington as Raquel

Pippa Duffy as Cassandra

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Jeff Nicholson as Boycie

Samantha Seager as Marlene

Peter Baker as Trigger

Adrian Irvine as Denzil

Ensemble and Swing

Chris Bennett, Lisa Bridge, Andrew Bryant (swing), Pete Gallagher, Lee Van Geleen, Bradley John (swing), Chris Kiely, Samantha Lane (swing), Andy Mace, Melanie Marshall, Oscar Conlon-Morrey, and Adam Venus


Only Fools and Horses opened at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in February 2019 and has extended into February 2020. The original Theatre Royal Haymarket opened in 1720 but the current theatre opened a century later.

The Theatre Royal Haymarket is owned by Access Entertainment, having recently been bought from the Crown Estate. The best place to buy tickets for Only Fools and Horses is through the theatre’s website. For more information on your visit to the Royal Haymarket, read our guide.

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