The UK touring production of Wicked has opened in Edinburgh, with new images teasing what audiences across the UK can expect from the spectacle.

It takes more than 100 people on-stage and behind the scenes to deliver each performance of this award-winning touring production, featuring all the celebrated spectacle, magic, technical wizardry, and more than 350 stunning costumes.

The new production imagery shows just a glimpse of the magic that awaits for audiences of Wicked, which has been seen by than 65 million people worldwide.

Watch the official trailer for the Wicked tour: 

The Broadway and West End hit opens at Bristol Hippodrome on 23rd January, before travelling to Birmingham Hippodrome; Bradford Alhambra Theatre; Southampton Mayflower Theatre; Liverpool Empire; Dublin Bord Gáis Energy Theatre; Sunderland Empire; Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre; and Manchester Palace Theatre. 

You can see all show dates by clicking here.

About Wicked

Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman’s celebrated musical, based on the novel by Gregory Maguire, imagines a beguiling back story and future possibilities to the lives of L. Frank Baum’s beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, revealing the decisions and events that shape the destinies of two unlikely university friends on their journey to becoming ‘Glinda The Good’ and the ‘Wicked Witch of the West’.

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The two-part Universal Pictures film version of Wicked will be released in November 2024 and November 2025. 

Groups can also still see the musical at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre too. Tickets are on sale for performances until December 2024 with exclusive tickets and themed Afternoon Tea packages available. 

The London production opened at the Apollo Victoria Theatre on 27th September 2006 and is one of the longest running London shows in history. The production has won more than 100 awards, including three Tony® Awards, six Drama Desk Awards, two Olivier Awards, and 11 WhatsOnStage Awards.

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