Opened: 2nd January 2009
Booking period: 26th April 2020
Show Times: Wednesday-Friday & Sunday 19:30, Saturday 16:00 & 20:00, Sunday 15:30
Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: Lyric Theatre
Thriller Live is a concert style show celebrating the music of the Jackson 5 and Michael Jackson himself. The show was created by Adrian Grant and it opened in 2009 at the Lyric Theatre.
Wayne Anthony-Cole, Vivienne Ekwulugo, Haydon Eshun, David Julien, Sophie MacKay, Jonah Mayor, John Moabi, Florivaldo Mossi, Joshua Atoyebi, Triple Calz, Isaiah Mason, Xhanti Mbonzongwana, Jay-Jay Prince, Messiah Unsudimi, and Josiah Choto
Daniel Blessing, Ebony Clarke (swing), Filippo Coffano, David Deyvne, Aisling Duffy (swing), Joel Ekpergin, Vivian Gayle (swing), Eliza Hart, Leona Lawrenson, Mari Macleod, Simone Moncada (swing), Oskarina O’Sullivan, Zinzile Tshuma, and Matt Vjestica
Our reviewers loved Thriller Live, giving it ★★★★★ and describing it as “…an amazing show, tribute and documentary of the great Michael Jackson’s musical career”, to read the full review, click here.
Thriller Live is showing at the Lyric Theatre and will close at this venue on 26th April 2020 since the theatre is being refurbished. A new venue for this show has not been announced yet. The Lyric Theatre opened on 17th December 1888 making this venue the oldest on Shaftsbury Avenue. It was home to many operas, plays and musicals.
The Lyric Theatre is owned by Nimax Theatres, meaning their website is the best place to buy tickets for Thriller Live. For more information on your visit to the Lyric Theatre, read our guide.
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