Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen Tickets

The smash-hit Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen is set to transfer to London’s Noel Coward Theatre in November 2019, with tickets available for this exciting production available soon. 

From the writers of La La Land and The Greatest Showman, Dear Evan Hansen is the hit Broadway musical about a teenage boy who suffers from social anxiety, and finds it difficult to talk to people and make friends. However, following a tragic event involving one of his classmates, he finds himself drawn closer to a group of people for the first time in his life.

Dear Evan Hansen will run in London at the Noel Coward Theatre in the West End from November 2019, with ticket information, tickets prices and ticket on-sale dates announced soon.

Dear Evan Hansen opened on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre in 2016, and was an instant hit, loved for its story, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s score, and the leading performance of Ben Platt in the title role. The musical picked up 6 Tony Awards in 2017 including best musical, best book of a musical and best original score, which includes “Waving Through a Window”, “Anybody Have a Map?” and “You Will Be Found”.

Producers of the musical have strongly hinted that they are looking for a British actor to lead the cast, while Stacey Mindich has said that they would cast the West End production colour-blind.

While the West End transfer has been announced, details on how to buy tickets will be available here when details are announced, or you can sign up to the LondonTheatre.co.uk newsletter to stay up-to-date on ticket information for Dear Evan Hansen and all other West End shows.

Dear Evan Hansen tickets will be available in April 2019. 

Dear Evan Hansen reviews

"Don’t just sit there, get tickets. Get tickets for your whole family and your best buddies. Give a pair of tickets to the person who delivers your mail."
Margret Echeverria, New York Theatre Guide

"While the show revolves around teenagers, this isn’t High School Musical or Grease, but a very adult musical... It’s a powerful, intimate, original and redemptive story."
Mark Shenton, The Stage

"This gorgeous heartbreaker of a musical has grown in emotional potency during its journey to the big leagues, after first being produced in Washington and off-Broadway. Rarely – scratch that — never have I heard so many stifled sobs and sniffles in the theater."
Charles Isherwood, New York Times

"Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s score, orchestrated by Alex Lacamoire, brims with tuneful and thoughtful songs that sound, as few Broadway songs do, like they could be on the radio tomorrow; Evan’s first number, “Waving Through a Window,” is an instant classic."
Adam Feldman, Time Out

"What's perhaps most distinctive about the melodic emo-pop score for Dear Evan Hansen is how beautifully it captures the peaks and valleys of adolescence, in the thoughtful lyrics and in the music itself, given expressive orchestrations by Hamilton Tony winner Alex Lacamoire."
David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

Dear Evan Hansen running time: 
On Broadway, Dear Evan Hansen runs for is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one interval. Running time of the West End production is to be confirmed.
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Throughout his life, teenager Evan Hansen has felt invisible: his school friends, the girl he loves, and his own family look straight through him. Having struggled to make friends, his therapist suggests Evan writes a daily letter to himself focussing on what will be good about that day, but some days he simply runs out of hope for his future. As he enters the senior year of high school, Evan’s self-penned letters become more significant than he could have ever imagined, and he finds himself at the centre of a web of lies as he tries to rid himself of loneliness and anxiety.

The recommended age for Dear Evan Hansen is 12+. Anyone under the age of 16 must have their own ticket, must be accompanied by and sit next to an adult in the auditorium.
By:
Steven Levenson
Director:
Michael Greif
Songs by:
Justin Paul and Benj Pasek

Noel Coward Theatre

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85-88 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4AU
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Latest Dear Evan Hansen News & Features

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Opening dates and ticket details announced for Dear Evan Hansen West End transfer
Friday, February 8, 2019

Dates have been announced for the upcoming West End transfer of Dear Evan Hansen, which is set to run at the Noel Coward Theatre. The musical will begin previews in London on 29th October, and receive an official opening night on 19th November 2019. Tickets for Dear Evan Hansen are not yet on sale, but general ticket booking will open at the beginning of April, with general public booking beginning on 8th April.

Dear Evan Hansen to transfer to the West End in November 2019
Friday, October 5, 2018

Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen is set to transfer to the West End late next year, it has been announced.  The musical, written by The Greatest Showman composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, tells the story of a high school student called Evan Hansen who suffers from severe anxiety which has an effect on his ability to connect with people. However, the tragic death of a classmate brings him closer to the student’s family.  Dear Evan Hansen will run at the Noel Coward Theatre in London from November 2019, with ticket information and on-sale dates announced soon. 

Ben Platt Interview
Could Dear Evan Hansen be heading to London's West End? We speak to the cast and creatives
Wednesday, May 31, 2017

It's one of the biggest hits on Broadway right now and as Dear Evan Hansen is gearing up to see if it can take home the Tony Award for Best Musical at the 2017 ceremony next week rumours are circulating that the show could find itself in London's West End in 2018.

Interview with Dear Evan Hansen and La La Land writers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
Monday, May 15, 2017

In what has been a packed year for new musical theatre on Broadway one show has certainly stood out. Dear Evan Hansen the 9-time Tony Award-nominated musical has been playing to packed houses at Broadway's Music Box Theatre since November 2016 where it landed on Broadway following an Off-Broadway run and a premiere in Washington D.C. A rare example of a truly original musical it features a book by Steven Levenson and music and lyrics by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul.

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