UK and Ireland Tour

The first UK and Ireland tour of Waitress the Musical is due to start in September 2021, having been rescheduled from winter 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The show closed on London’s West End around four months early, due to the pandemic, and will reopen in London, at Wimbledon’s New Wimbledon Theatre, on Saturday 4 September, before embarking on a full tour of the UK and Republic of Ireland throughout 2021 and 2022.

Lucie Jones will reprise her West End role as Jenna Hunterson, as will Sandra Marvin and Evelyn Hoskins as Becky and Dawn respectively, and Monique Ashe-Palmer and Ben Morris.

Cast

Opened4 September 2021
Closed

Tour Dates

  • London – New Wimbledon Theatre 4 September – 11 September 2021 (from 11 October – 16 October 2021)
  • Leeds – Leeds Grand Theatre 14 September – 18 September 2021 (from 30 August – 4 September 2021)
  • Crawley – The Hawth 20 September – 25 September 2021
  • Sheffield – Lyceum Theatre 28 September – 2 October 2021 (from 26 January – 30 January 2021)
  • Milton Keynes – Milton Keynes Theatre 4 October – 9 October 2021
  • Eastbourne – Congress Theatre 18 October – 23 October 2021 (from 15 March – 20 March 2021)
  • Sunderland – Sunderland Empire 25 October – 30 October 2021 (from 1 February – 6 February 2021)
  • Brighton – Theatre Royal 1 November – 6 November 2021 (from 7 December – 12 December 2020)
  • Manchester – Manchester Opera House 8 November – 20 November 2021 (from 30 November – 5 December 2020)
  • Aberdeen – His Majesty’s Theatre (from Aberdeen Performing Arts) 23 November – 27 November 2021 (from 23 February – 27 February 2021)
  • Stoke-On-Trent – Regent Theatre 29 November – 4 December 2021
  • Northampton – Royal and Derngate 10 January – 15 January 2022 (from 22 March – 27 March 2021)
  • Edinburgh, Scotland – Edinburgh Playhouse 18 January – 22 January 2022 (from 12 January – 16 January 2021)
  • Leicester – Curve 24 January – 29 January 2022 (from 1 March – 7 March 2021)
  • Hull – Hull New Theatre 31 January – 5 February 2022 (from 8 February – 13 February 2021)
  • Bristol – Hippodrome – 8 February – 12 February 2022 (from 29 June – 3 July 2021, originally 9 March – 13 March 2021)
  • Bromley – Churchill Theatre 21 February February – 26 February 2022 (from 24 November – 28 November 2020)
  • Belfast – Grand Opera House 1 March – 5 March 2022
  • Newcastle – Theatre Royal 8 March – 12 March 2022
  • Woking – New Victoria Theatre 14 March – 19 March 2022 (from 7 June – 12 June 2021)
  • Plymouth – Theatre Royal 21 March – 26 March 2022 (from 5 July – 10 July 2021)
  • Llandudno, Wales – Venue Cymru 28 March – 2 April 2022 (from 12 April – 17 April 2021)
  • Inverness – Eden Court 5 April – 9 April 2022
  • Glasgow – King’s Theatre 11 April – 16 April 2022 (from 21 June – 26 June 2021)
  • Oxford – New Theatre Oxford 25 April – 30 April 2022
  • Liverpool – Liverpool Empire 9 May – 14 May 2022 (from 31 May – 5 June 2021)
  • Birmingham – Birmingham Hippodrome 16 May – 21 May 2022 (from 11 – 15 May 2021, originally 29 March – 3 March 2021)
  • Southampton – Mayflower Theatre 24 May – 27 May 2022 (from 25 May – 29 May 2021)
  • Cardiff, Wales – Wales Millennium Centre TBC (from 9 August – 14 August 2021)
  • Dublin, Ireland – Bord Gais Energy Theatre 7 June – 18 June 2022 (from 14 November – 21 November 2020)
  • Wolverhampton – Wolverhampton Grand Theatre TBC (from 23 August – 28 August 2021)
  • Dartford – Orchard Theatre 4 July – 9 July 2022
  • Torquay – Princess Theatre 11 July – 16 July 2022 (from 14 March – 19 March 2022)
  • Nottingham – Royal Concert Hall 18 July – 23 July 2022 (from 14 June – 19 June 2021)
  • Bradford – Alhambra 25 July – 30 July 2022 (from 1 May – 8 May 2021)
  • Canterbury – Marlowe Theatre 1 August – 6 August 2022
  • Southend – Cliffs Pavilion 9 August – 13 August 2022 (from 15 February – 20 February 2021, originally 7 September – 11 September 2021)
  • Norwich – Theatre Royal Norwich 15 August – 20 August 2022 (from 13 September – 18 September 2021)

Dates still to be rescheduled

  • Ipswich – Ipswich Regent Theatre 17 May – 22 May 2021