Diana: The Musical Comes To London Tonight (For One Night Only)

By Charlie Colville

7 months ago


Royalists will likely have heard of Diana: The Musical, the hit Broadway show that took over NYC back in 2021 (if you missed it, you can catch a filmed performance on Netflix) – and if so, they might also be aware that a concert version of the show is making its premiere in London tonight. Here’s what to expect from the show, and how to grab some last minute tickets.

How To Get Tickets For Diana: The Musical In London

What Is Diana: The Musical About?

As the name suggests, Diana: The Musical is a theatre production focusing on the life of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. The story is told in two parts, with the first looking at Diana’s younger years and the second her final years.

For the London special, Diana In Concert, director Owen Horsley has placed more emphasis on narrating the story – handing the microphone to ‘Diana’ herself as she looks back on her life. As was the case with the Broadway musical, the show will be soundtracked by 80s-inspired tunes. ‘On this stage Diana is in control of her narrative,’ says Eventim Apollo in the show description. ‘Her story is brought to life with humour and satire and in turn reveals a woman who, having just signed her divorce papers, sees a future filled with opportunity.’

Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana in The Crown

(c) Netflix

Who Is Starring?

The titular role of Diana will be played by Kerry Ellis, with the 19-year-old version of the Princess overseen by Maiya Quansah-Breed. Denis Welch will also be guest starring as Queen Elizabeth II.

Other cast members include:

  • Alice Fearn as Camilla Parker Bowles
  • Andy Coxon as Prince Charles
  • Jay Perry as James Hewitt
  • Aleyna Mohanraj as Sarah Spencer

When & Where Is The Show?

Diana In Concert will be coming to London for one night only, showing at the Eventim Apollo on 4 December 2023.

Doors open at 7pm | Eventim Apollo, 45 Queen Caroline Street, London W6 9QH

Can You Still Get Tickets?

Although sparse, tickets are still available for the show. Prices start at £72.25 per ticket, and can be purchased from eventimapollo.com

Featured image: Netflix