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Dear Evan Hansen day seats available for previews in London’s West End

Dear Evan Hansen has announced day tickets for previews in London’s West End.


The hit Broadway musical will open at the the Noël Coward Theatre beginning with an official opening night slated for 19 November 2019.

Ahead of opening night, previews performances will begin from 29 October 2019.


Producers have announced that during the preview period, a limited number of day seats will be made available.

Day tickets will available on the day of performances Monday – Saturday on a first come, first served basis limited to one ticket per person. Day Tickets can be purchased in person from 10am at Noël Coward Theatre Box Office.

Meanwhile, an online lottery for Dear Evan Hansen in London’s West End will be coming soon.

Book Dear Evan Hansen London tickets here »

Currently, Dear Evan Hansen is booking to 4th April 2020.

With a score written by Dogfight and The Greatest Showman songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul and a book by Steven Levenson, Dear Evan Hansen has proved a huge hit on Broadway.

Dear Evan Hansen tells the story of socially awkward teenager Evan. In his last year of high school and with only one person he considers a friend, an assignment from his therapist leads to a misunderstanding that casts him in the centre of a tragedy.

The cast was previously confirmed as featuring newcomer Sam Tutty will in the title role of Evan Hansen with Rebecca McKinnis playing Evan’s mum Heidi.

Lucy Anderson will play Zoe Murphy and Doug Colling will play Connor Murphy with Lauren Ward and Rupert Young as their parents Cynthia & Larry Murphy. Jack Loxton will play Jared with Nicole Raquel Dennis as Alana.

Marcus Harman will play alternate Evan in certain performances as well as covering for the roles of Connor and Jared.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.