Moulin Rouge! The Musical at Piccadilly Theatre
Step into the famous Parisian nightclub with Moulin Rouge! The Musical, based on the blockbuster 2001 film, at the Piccadilly Theatre.
Be thrilled by sparkling costumes, colourful cabaret and the famous French Cancan in this sensational musical!
What is Moulin Rouge! The Musical about?
Discover a slice of Paris in the heart of the London's West End a Moulin Rouge, a stage adaptation of the 2001 Oscar-winning film directed by Baz Luhrman set in Paris at the turn of the twentieth century. Celebrate a tale of romance and a desire to keep the show alive, amid the glitz and glamour behind the iconic red windmill.
The musical tells the story of a young poet, Christian, who falls in love with cabaret dancer and star of the show, Satine. Follow their journey amid the drama that unfolds behind the scenes.
Watch as the wonder of Moulin Rouge is brought to life on the stage and enjoy an extravaganza of sound, light and electrifying performances. A must-see experience for fans of the film or anyone who loves a good love story set against a vibrant and electrifying backdrop.
How long is the musical?
Moulin Rouge! The Musical lasts for two hours and 35 minutes including one 20-minute interval.
Where is the show playing?
Moulin Rouge! The Musical is playing at the Piccadilly Theatre, near Piccadilly Circus Tube station.
How can I get tickets?
Book your tickets to see Moulin Rouge! The Musical now.
What time is the evening show?
Evening performances usually take place at 7.30pm, from Mondays to Saturdays.
When are the matinee performances?
The matinees are on Wednesdays, and Saturdays, usually at 2.30pm - although times may vary. Make sure to check your ticket in advance.
Are there any age restrictions?
The show is recommended for anyone aged 12 and over as it contains some moderate adult references and strobe lighting effects.
Can I book tables at this musical?
Can Can tables are available to book. Please note that seats are extremely close to the stage and you will be surrounded on all sides by the performers onstage.
What other shows can I see in London?
Stay in Paris a little while longer and see The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre. Or travel back to the French revolution with Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre.
Venue Details & Map
16 Denman Street
St JamesLondonW1D 7DY
- +44 (0)20 7478 8800