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Savoy Theatre
Strand WC2R 0ET
Legally Blonde - The Musical
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Show Details
Preview 5th Dec 09
Opens 13th Jan 10
Booking to 27th Oct 12
Show Times
Mon - Sat 7.30 pm
Matinée Thurs & Sat 2.30 pm

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A classic viewing of all the Theatreland play houses by night. The authentic commentary, by Ben Shafik - a player himself - gives an authentic feel to the West End's theatres - and is backed by real music.
Next version will be more upbeat as, suggested, to celebrate Britannia's unbeatable heritage.
(Over 6000 viewings and all good reviews to date).
Let us know what you think.

A note from the author

I took these pictures to show off London theatres as they are seen -most often - by theatre goers, at night.

Thanks to Ben Shafik for his lighthearted and informative commentary and Fionn O'Lochlainn for the original music.

Watch out for the new version with current liveries and the names of the theatres as they appear.




This started as a film in 2007 which was a hit - the title was beguiling, the acting and production was great, it was also funny and it even had a lighthearted dig at the extremities of the American social college life - in particular the sorority.

Resse WitherspoonReese Witherspoon was said to be the reason for it's success.

Although most images on the show are about glamour and the doggie - the real reason for the film and the play's popularity is because it shows the fun of support and collaboration between people. It proved a triumph of kindness over meanness giving us a holiday from the fashionable snide, the witty put-down and petty power struggling.

Furthermore the show is full of song and dance which lifts it even further above competition to the spirit of generosity.


Everyone loves the outrageous - overcoming the odds and achieving the impossible and Ellie the lead character (yes it is all about Ellie) sails through challenges that would quell the most stalwart among girls emerging into womanhood and partnership.

Sheridan SmithEllie is an ebullient blonde in every sense and without a streak of meanness. When her long term sweetheart embarks on a legal career and decides to dump Ellie for a 'serious' person more befitting a lawyer's wife, she takes it into her own hands.

With the aid of her friends and sorority sisters she pulls it off to go to Harvard law school. What happens then is sheer fun because her outrageous dress and chutzpah cause the disapproval of her new peers. She is only spurred on to get her boyfriend back. How she achieves this is worth going to the show to see.


  • Carley Stenson - Elle Woods
  • Natalie Casey - Paulette
  • Simon Thomas - Warner
  • Alex Gaumond - Emmett
  • Peter Davison - Professor Callahan
  • Aoife Mulholland - Brooke
  • Susan McFadden - Serena
  • Stephane Anelli - Padamadan, Nikos
  • Emma Bateman - Stenographer
  • Thomas Camilleri - Carlos
  • Siobhan Dillon - Vivienne Kensington
  • Chris Ellis-Stanton - Grandmaster Chad, Dewey, Kyle
  • Kimmy Edwards - Judge, Saleswoman
  • Ibinabo Jack - Pilar
  • Suzie McAdam - Enid
  • Andy Mace - Dad, Winthrop, Reporter
  • Sorelle Marsh - Courtney, Mom, Whitney
  • Sean Mulligan - Pforzheimer
  • Dawn Sievewright - Kate, Chutney
  • Carley Stenson - Margot
  • Robbie Towns - Aaron
  • Dominic Tribuzio - Kiki
  • Tamara Wall - District Attorney
  • Stephen Webb - Lowell

  • Director - Jerry Mitchell
  • Design - David Rockwell
  • Lighting - Kenneth Posner and Paul Miller
  • Choreography - Jerry Mitchell
  • Costume - Gregg Barnes
  • Sound - ACME Sound Partners
  • Producer - Sonia Friedman Productions, Robert G Bartner, Ambassador Theatre Group and Jamie Hendry Productions.
© 2017 Updated 7th Apr 2011