Unfortunate Musical tour tickets, dates and venues for the hit parody show

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Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch is hitting the road for a UK tour in 2024 – here’s all you need to know.


The critically acclaimed musical parody is written by Robyn Grant and Daniel Foxx, with music by award-winning composer and musicals-writer Tim Gilvin.

Cruella told her side, and Maleficent’s had her moment… Now the legendary sea witch is ready to spill in this tell-all tale of sex, sorcery and suckers – a laugh-a-minute dive through
Ursula’s backstory filled with a filthy pop soundtrack, much loved characters as you’ve never seen them before and enough (eco-friendly) glitter to keep you sparkling all the way home.

Following its highly successful 2022 UK tour, the show opens in London this December before touring across the country in 2024.

Unfortunate Musical tour dates and venues

Book tickets Salford The Lowry
22 February 2024 - 2 March 2024
Book tickets Liverpool Liverpool Playhouse
5 March 2024 - 9 March 2024
Book tickets Aberdeen His Majestys Theatre
12 March 2024 - 16 March 2024
Book tickets Dartford Orchard Theatre
19 March 2024 - 23 March 2024
Book tickets Birmingham Birmingham Hippodrome
11 April 2024 - 13 April 2024
Book tickets Peterborough New Theatre
16 April 2024 - 20 April 2024
Book tickets Glasgow Pavilion Theatre
30 April 2024 - 4 May 2024
Book tickets Cardiff New Theatre
7 May 2024 - 12 May 2024
Book tickets Southend Palace Theatre
28 May 2024 - 1 June 2024
Book tickets Bromley Churchill Theatre
18 June 2024 - 22 June 2024
Book tickets Nottingham Theatre Royal
25 June 2024 - 29 June 2024
Book tickets Southampton Mayflower Theatre
6 July 2024 - 7 July 2024
Book tickets Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Grand
11 July 2024 - 14 July 2024


Mee the Unfortunate cast!

Leading the cast in London and on tour will be Shawna Hamic (Orange is the New Black, 1776 on Broadway) will lead the cast of the critically acclaimed musical parody Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch as Ursula with Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK star River Medway as Ariel.

They are joined by Thomas  Lowe (Triton), Allie Dart (Sebastian), Jamie Mawson (Eric), Julian Capolei (Grimsby)  and Corrina Buchan, Jack Gray, Jamie McKillop and Milly Willows in the ensemble.

Robyn Grant directs with set, costume and puppet design by Abby Clarke, choreography by Melody Sinclair, musical direction by Arlene McNaught, flying and effects by John Maddox for Suspended illusion and casting by Sarah Leung CDG.

The show has an age recommendation of 16+.

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