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Until May 5, 2024

Ravishingly sung, deeply emotional and strangely hilarious. Sondheim's masterpiece, restored to its proper size, makes a welcome Broadway return

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The Worst Pies in Laandan!

With Aaron Tveit and Sutton Foster through May 5, 2024!

Broadway's Lunt-Fontanne theatre is transformed into the streets of Victorian London in this brand new staging of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's legendary musical, starring Broadway royalty Aaron Tveit and Sutton Foster! A macabre tale of a barber who finds a 'creative' use for his customers, the production is directed by Hamilton's Thomas Kail, with choreography from Steven Hoggett..

In typical Sondheim-ian style the story of the Demon Barber of Fleetstreet is laid bare and his grisly collaboration with pie shop owner Mrs. Lovett is exposed in classic songs including 'The Worst Pies in London' and 'Not While I'm Around'.

Debuting on Broadway in 1979, Sweeney Todd scooped up an incredible eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and was later adapted for the screen by Tim Burton starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter in the leads. More recently it has seen various high-profile revivals on both Broadway and in London's West End, most notably Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel starring in the concert version at the Lincoln Center in 2014.

What is the story?

The legendary barber Sweeney Todd, hell-bent on revenge after being transported wrongly for murder, returns to London twenty years later and takes up with his neighbor, the enterprising meat pie-making Mrs. Lovett in a gory plot to slice their way through London's elite. Justice will be served - along with the lush melody, audacious humor, and grisly thrills!

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Opening night: 26 February 2023

Run time

Two hours and 45 minutes with one interval


You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

Cast and Creative


Aaron Tveit as Sweeney Todd (Through May 5)
Sutton Foster as Mrs Lovett (Through May 5)
Daniel Yearwood as Anthony Hope
Joe Locke as Tobias Ragg
Ruthie Ann Miles as the Beggar Woman
Maria Bilbao as Johanna
Jamie Jackson as Judge Turpin
John Rapson as Beadle Bamford
Nicholas Christopher as Pirelli/Sweeney standby
Jeanna de Waal as standby for Mrs Lovett and the Beggar Woman


Galyana Castillo, Johnathan Christopher, Dwayne Cooper, Kyrie Courter, Taeler Cyrus, Timothy Hughes, Paul-Jordan Jansen, Alicia Kaori, Michael Kuhn, Raymond J.Lee, Megan Ort, Patricia Phillips, Mia Pinero, Samantha Pollino, Lexi Rabadi, Danny Rothman, Nathan Salstone, Kristie Dale Sanders, Daniel Torres, Felix Torrez-Ponce, DeLaney Westfall and Hennessy Winkler


Book by Hugh Wheeler
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Thomas Kail
Choreography by Steven Hoggett
Music supervision by Alex Lacamoire serving as music supervisor
Orchestrations by  Jonathan Tunick
Set by Mimi Lien
Costumes by Emilio Sosa
Lighting by Natasha Katz
Sound by Nevin Steinberg.



Best Sound Design of a Musical, Nevin Steinberg
Best Lighting Design of a Musical, Natasha Katz


Outstanding Lead Performance in a Musical - Annaleigh Ashford
Outstanding Direction of a Musical - Thomas Kail
Outstanding Lighting Design of a Musical - Natasha Katz

What we thought

Gothic gloomy and marvelous

Aaron Tviet and Sutton Foster are on fine form as the titular Demon Barber of Fleet Street and his besotted enabler, Mrs Lovett (she of the Worst Pies in London)

Stunningly gothic and grisly, spectacular and often very funny, this production from Thomas Kail (of Hamilton fame) is a masterclass in theatre, offering an A+ introduction to one of Stephen Sondheim's most accessible and enjoyable works.

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What you thought

6 reviews, average rating: (4.2 Stars)

4.0 star rating

Suzanne: “Blow-away fabulous ”

Groban is fantastic really leaning into his baritone and Ashford is a wonderful... more

Brenda: “Don’t miss it!”

The cast is truly amazing! Enjoyed every minute of this performance! more

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