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As delicious and heartwarming as freshly baked cherry pie, Waitress is the hit musical comedy from American singer/songwriter Sara Bareilles. A moving story, terrific performances and show-stopping musical numbers are the ingredients that make up this delightful show, which has been a favourite for audiences and critics alike since its West End debut in early 2019.
The Adelphi Theatre is located on the Strand, near to the Savoy Hotel and several other popular West End theatres. The nearest tube and rail station is Charing Cross (Bakerloo, Northern, District and Circle Lines as well as National Rail), which is a 5-minute walk away on the Strand. Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line) and Embankment (Bakerloo, Circle, District and Northern lines) are also a short walk away.
The Adelphi Theatre is a Grade II listed building with a striking art-deco design that has housed some of the biggest musicals in London. It is a staple theatre of the West End that has hosted shows such as Sunset Boulevard, Chicago, Evita and One Man, Two Guvnors.
With over 200 years of theatrical history on the site, the Adelphi was purchased by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group (now LW Theatres) in 1933 and completely refurbished. The 1998 video of Cats, which became a multiple Platinum Awarded VHS and DVD, was filmed on-stage at the Adelphi.