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Sister Act

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What's Sister Act about?

Sister Act The Musical is finally returning to London!

Deloris Van Cartier is a singer in a nightclub. One night, she witnesses the murder of a man who's shot by her lover. Shocked, the young woman finds comfort in the police officer Eddie who convinces her to testify. While waiting for the trial, he decides to take her away from her lover and his gang by hiding her in a convent. This unexpected arrival disrupts the quiet life of the small community of nuns, who are more familiar with hymns than nightlife.

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Why should you see Sister Act?

The Sister Act musical is based on eponymous 1992 film with Whoopi Goldberg in the title role. The show, co-produced by the actress, was written by Alan Menken (music), Glenn Slater (lyrics) and Bill and Cheri Steinkellner (book). Alan Menken is recognised as one of the greatest Disney composers (The Little Mermaid , Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin etc.).

Created in 2006 at Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California, Sister Act was performed in 2009 in London, in 2011 in New York but also in Hamburg, Vienna, Paris and Berlin.

Sister Act is a funny, dynamic and moving musical, nominated for 4 Olivier Awards and 5 Tony Awards. With no downtime, the show will make you laugh and dance until the final curtain falls.

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Frequently asked questions

Tickets for Sister Act start at £25 per seat, depending on the performance date and seats chosen.

Sister Act is playing at Dominion Theatre. The address is: 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, W1T 7AQ London.

Sister Act is around 2:30 long, including the intermission.

Based on the information we have at the moment, Sister Act will run until 31/08/2024. There's always a possibility that the production will extend their run.

Lots of musicals are family shows designed to appeal to children! However, please be aware that the theatre have set a minimum age of 2 to see Sister Act.

To get cheap tickets for Sister Act in London, you can visit the TKTS London last-minute box office for on the day tickets. However, as Sister Act is one of the most popular shows, it's very likely that TKTS may not have any seats available for this show.

If you want to see a specific show or if you have limited flexiblity in terms of dates, or want to secure a good seat, we recommend booking your tickets online ahead of time. By booking in advance, you'll end up with much better seats and see your favourite shows on a date that suits you.

Depending on the theatre, you'll be offered several ways to get your tickets during payment:

  • Collect my tickets at the theatre. Please come to the box office counters at the theatre 30 minutes before the performance begins with the booking confirmation email. You'll be asked to show ID or the bank card of the person who booked the tickets.
  • Send me my tickets by email. Go directly to the entrance 20 minutes before the start of the performance with your PDF tickets (printed or displayed on mobile).

Every theatre has been renovated recently with evey seat giving you a good view of the stage. However, the further you are from the stage, the further you are from the magic. The seats marked by a half-coloured circle indicate less good visibility (these seats are often at the back and so you can't see the whole set). We recommend avoiding them when selecting your seats.

We accept most bank cards via our secure payment system (Visa, Mastercard, American Express).

Ticket prices are set by theatres and productions. Even though the majority of musicals are suitable for children, there is no preferential child ticket.

Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded unless in the event of force majeure (the performance is cancelled or interrupted). If this is the case, the theatre or event organiser will contact you to begin the refund process.

An advertised actor can be replaced by another actor without any prior warning. Unfortunately, this is not a valid reason for requesting a refund.

Taking photos and videos is generally prohibited in theatres.

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