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Further seats for first booking period released

2 November 2017

Jeffrey Seller and Cameron Mackintosh today announce a further release of tickets for the first booking period of HAMILTON which will go on sale 3 November 2017, at 12 noon GMT.

The reseating process necessitated by the rescheduling of preview performances is now complete. As previously announced by the Producers, once the extensive reconstruction of the Victoria Palace Theatre was nearing completion, a further allocation of tickets for the first booking period of HAMILTON was to become available for sale. This further release includes newly created boxes, the remaining reseat tickets and some production seats. In addition, as well as the previously announced Daily Lottery tickets, new standing tickets will become available, details of which will be announced at a later date. Additionally, Patrons are advised to check the official HAMILTON channels for news of late release of seats which may become available at short notice.

Meet The Cast

16 October 2017

Christine Allado

Christine Allado

Peggy Schuyler, Maria Reynolds

Tarinn Callender

Tarinn Callender

Hercules Mulligan, James Madison

Rachelle Ann Go

Rachelle Ann Go

Eliza Hamilton

Ash Hunter

Ash Hunter

Alternate Alexander Hamilton

Michael Jibson

Michael Jibson

King George III

Rachel John

Rachel John

Angelica Schuyler

Jason Pennycooke

Jason Pennycooke

Marquis De Lafayette, Thomas Jefferson

Cleve September

Cleve September

John Laurens, Philip Hamilton

Giles Terera

Giles Terera

Aaron Burr

Obioma Ugoala

Obioma Ugoala

George Washington

Jamael Westman

Jamael Westman

Alexander Hamilton

Jade Albertsen

Jade Albertsen

Ensemble

Curtis Angus

Curtis Angus

Ensemble, George Eacker

Johnny Bishop

Johnny Bishop

Ensemble

Leslie Garcia Bowman

Leslie Garcia Bowman

Ensemble, Charles Lee

Courtney-Mae Briggs

Courtney-Mae Briggs

Ensemble

Jack Butterworth

Jack Butterworth

Ensemble, Samuel Seabury

Jon-Scott Clark

Jon-Scott Clark

Swing

Kelly Downing

Kelly Downing

Ensemble

Lia Given

Lia Given

Swing

Gregory Haney

Gregory Haney

Swing, Dance Captain

Leah Hill

Leah Hill

Ensemble

Barney Hudson

Barney Hudson

Swing

Waylon Jacobs

Waylon Jacobs

Ensemble, James Reynolds, Philip Schuyler, Doctor

Aaron Lee Lambert

Aaron Lee Lambert

Standby

Miriam-Teak Lee

Miriam-Teak Lee

Ensemble

Phoebe Liberty

Phoebe Liberty

Swing

Sifiso Mazibuko

Sifiso Mazibuko

Standby

Gabriel Mokake

Gabriel Mokake

Ensemble

Alexzandra Sarmiento

Alexzandra Sarmiento

Swing, Assistant Dance Captain

Marsha Songcome

Marsha Songcome

Standby

Christopher Tendai

Christopher Tendai

Swing

Lindsey Tierney

Lindsey Tierney

Swing

Creatives

HAMILTON will re-open the brand-new Victoria Palace Theatre with previews now beginning on 6 December 2017 rather than 21 November 2017 as originally announced. Following a multi-million pound expansion and restoration to the listed building, the Victoria Palace Theatre will open two weeks later than previously announced, with the need to reschedule 16 performances.

Customers who have purchased tickets via official HAMILTON channels for the performances affected by the rescheduled previews will be contacted directly by Ticketmaster by the end of Friday 8 September in order to be re-seated. All seats in the first release of tickets for the first booking period to June 2018 have now sold out. However, a large numbers of seats were held in reserve to be released at the time the building was nearing completion. Using this pool of seats will allow us to offer patrons the opportunity to be re-seated as early as possible into the run. Once the reseating has been completed, the remaining tickets for this first booking period will be put on sale in October.

The official opening night will now take place on 21 December 2017. HAMILTON is currently booking at the Victoria Palace Theatre to 30 June 2018, with a new booking period to be announced by the end of this year.

Cameron Mackintosh, owner of the Victoria Palace Theatre and Co-Producer of HAMILTON said:

“The massive redevelopment in Victoria by Land Securities and Transport For London gave me a once in a hundred years opportunity to expand and restore the Victoria Palace Theatre. It has been an extraordinary undertaking, both thrilling and fraught, not only because of the complexity of putting what is practically a brand new building into the shell of a much loved historical masterpiece, but because it was also the ideal theatre for the most eagerly awaited American musical in decades “Hamilton”.

The time constraints to access the land around the theatre to enable the rebuild and getting the show open to the public by the end of this year have been equally tight, not helped by the theatre being built over the huge King’s Scholars’ Pond Sewer, an active 200 year-old brick tunnel.

Added to the usual unhelpful problems that always happen when doing up old buildings, this has put pressure on the time needed to commission the entirely new services that have been installed at the theatre and obtain the necessary licences to reopen to the public. We have therefore needed to take a pragmatic decision to reschedule the previews of “Hamilton” to commence on December 6th, two weeks later than originally planned.

I am, of course, sorry to amend the performance schedule but undertaking a private rebuilding project on this scale in Central London has no precedent.

Thanks to the phenomenal efforts of the amazing team (of hundreds!) working often around the clock to get the theatre ready, I look forward to welcoming our patrons to the newly constructed theatre where Frank Matcham’s masterpiece will be revealed in even greater splendour as a spectacular home for this landmark musical.”

Jeffrey Seller, Producer said:

“We are extremely sorry to disappoint patrons who we know expended time, effort, and valuable resources to purchase tickets for our first performances. But they will be given immediate priority so that they can be re-seated as early as possible.

We have been looking forward to coming to London since the day after we opened in New York. We chose the Victoria Palace Theatre because it will be the very best place to experience ‘Hamilton’.”