'Mrs. Doubtfire' tickets available through June 2024

The Broadway musical made its West End debut in May, and the critically acclaimed show, starring Gabriel Vick in the title role, plays the Shaftesbury Theare.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Great news, poppets! Mrs. Doubtfire has extended in the West End and is now booking through June 2024. Book Mrs. Doubtfire tickets on London Theatre.

Based on the hit film starring Robin Williams, the Mrs. Doubtfire musical follows Daniel Hillard, a well-meaning but immature father who loses custody of his children in a divorce. In a desperate attempt to stay in their lives, he disguises himself as the title Scottish nanny and learns how to be a better father in the process.

Learn more about Mrs. Doubtfire in the West End.

London Theatre's four-star Mrs. Doubtfire review calls the show "a sizzling-hot ticket" and reads, "Appropriately enough for a tale all about transformations – inside and out – it’s surprisingly inventive, refashioning the original just enough to make it thoroughly theatrical and a smart 21st-century show."

The musical, written by Wayne Kirkpatrick, Karey Kirkpatrick, and John O’Farrell, premiered on Broadway in 2020 before moving to the West End. Jerry Zaks directs Gabriel Vick in the title role.

The Mrs. Doubtfire cast also includes Laura Tebbutt as Miranda Hillard, Carla Dixon-Hernandez as Lydia Hillard, Cameron Blakely as Frank Hillard, Marcus Collins as Andre, Samuel Edwards as Stuart Dunmire, Ian Talbot OBE as Mr. Jolly, and Kelly Agbowu as Wanda Sellner. Max Bispham, Elliot Mugume, and Frankie Treadaway alternate as Christopher Hillard, and Scarlett Davies, Angelica-Pearl Scott, and Ava Posniak alternate as Natalie Hillard.

Book Mrs. Doubtfire tickets on London Theatre.

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Photo credit: Mrs. Doubtfire. (Photo by Manuel Harlan)

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