Disney's Newsies at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre in Wembley Park


On sale now! Newsies, Disney's award-winning Broadway musical, is premiering in the UK at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre in 2022. The double Tony award-winning smash-hit musical Newsies is debuting in the UK for a limited run until 30th July. In an innovative and brand-new production, Newsies is based on the book by Harvey Fierstein, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Jack Feldman.

'A delight! A family show that dazzles with its undeniable energy'

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Based on a true story, Newsies is set in New York City at the turn of the 19th Century. A rousing tale of ragged band of teenage newspaper sellers who dream of a better life, Newsies follows the story young newsboys from across the city come together and rise up against the exploitation of wealthy publishing tycoons, after newspaper magnate Joseph Pulitzer hikes up the prices for his papers charged to the newsies. A tale based on the fight for justice using the only power they have - solidarity.

Debuting at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre on 29 November 2022, theatregoers will be thrust right inside the action as the newsies dance, sing, jump and fly around the streets of a booming 19th-century New York City.

Tickets are on sale now! Don't miss the Broadway smash hit, Newsies at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre in Wembley Park.

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Disney's Newsies comes to London!

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Check out the cast for Newsies in London

The full cast for Disney's Newsies at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre has been announced. The producers of Newsies, the award-winning Broadway musical, are thrilled to announce Michael Ahomka-Lindsay (2022 Black British Theatre Award nominee for his role as Emmett in Legally Blonde at Regent's Park Open air Theatre) as Jack Kelly and Bronté Barbé (Oklahoma Chichester Festival Theatre, Beautiful UK Tour) as Kathrine Plumber. Joining them in the Newsies UK premiere in Wembley Park will be Moya Angela as Medda Larkin, Lindsay Atherton as Ensemble, Samuel Bailey as Specs, Imogen Bailey as Swing, Josh Barnett, as Race, Cameron Blakely as Joseph Pulitzer, Jack Bromage as Tommy Boy, Bobbie Chambers as Ensemble, Alex Christian as Buttons, Arcangelo Ciulla as Ike, George Crawford as Morris Delancey, Ross Dawes as Snyder, Joshua Denyer as Mush, Ross Dorrington as Splasher, Matthew Duckett as Crutchie, Kamilla Fernandes as Ensemble, Jacob Fisher as Albert, Jamie Golding as Wiesel, Damon Gould as Finch, Zack Guest as Swing, Jordan Isaac as Swing, Alex James-Hatton as Oscar Delancey, Clarice Julianda as Ensemble, Barry Keenan as Nunzio, Ryan Kopel as Davey, Sion Lloyd as Bunsen George Michaelides as Romeo, Mukeni Nel as Jo Jo, Joshua Nkemdilim as Elmer, Mark Samaras as Mike, Bradley Trevethan as Swing, Matt Trevorrow as Henry and Lillie-Pearl Wildman as Ensemble. See more on the cast for Newsies in London here.

Your guide to Newsies in Wembley Park

  1. How to get to Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

    Just 12 minutes from Central London, Wembley Park is served by three London Underground lines (Jubilee, Metropolitan and Bakerloo), mainline rail (Chiltern Railways and Southern Railways) and the London Overground, meaning that visitors can travel however suits them best. Thousands of secure car parking spots for cars is also available on-site, spread across the Pink and Red Parking. For those driving electric cars, Pink Parking has 39 electric vehicle chargers. Pre-booking parking is advisable on event days. Find out more information about getting to Wembley Park here.

    Find out more about getting to Wembley Park here
  2. Visiting the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre for Newsies

    Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is located at 3 Fulton Road, HA9 0SP. This is easily found with wayfinding maps across the neighbourhood.

    The theatre opens 90 minutes before your listed start time, which can be found on your tickets or order confirmation. Newsies will start promptly at the listed start time, so please make sure you arrive on time. If you arrive late, you may not be able to enter the theatre immediately and could possible need to wait until the interval.

    Bags will be checked for security reasons when entering Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, so please refrain from bringing large bags or suitcases. There is a bar inside selling drinks (soft and alcoholic) and snacks, but you are allowed to bring in your own cold drinks and snacks. Any hot food or drinks or alcoholic beverages must be disposed off before entering Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre's premises.

    The bar inside the theatre is open 90 minutes before each start time and serves a wide range of soft and alcoholic drinks, including a number of locally sourced items. A selection of light snacks are also available from the bar. Please note, the bar and theatre is CARD ONLY (including contactless and mobile payments).

    Unfortunately, the cloakroom is currently not open, so please only bring one small bag per person.

    Find out more about visiting Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre here

Newsies coming to Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

The original production of Newsies opened on Broadway in 2012 and was slated to play only 100 performances but went on to play over 1,000 performances before touring and winning two Tony Awards®, including Best Original Score. The original production was filmed live on stage and released in cinemas in 2017.

About Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

Situated in the old Fountain Studios, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is a fully flexible theatre space in Wembley Park. The 1,000 to 2,000 seated theatre transforms completely to the needs of each production, pushing the boundaries of what theatre can achieve and creating some truly mesmerizing and immersive shows. The theatre also brings a new and impressive modern restaurant, as well as a fun and sociable bar space.