Miss Saigon has announced that it will extend its run at the Prince Edward Theatre until September 2015.
Cameron Mackintosh’s blockbuster musical Miss Saigon is set to continue its run at the Prince Edward Theatre.
The epic love story, set against the end of the Vietnam War and the dramatic fall of Saigon, opened in May 2014.
Previously booking until April 2015, Miss Saigon will extend its run until 26 September 2015.
The show stars Eva Noblezada as Kim alongside Jon Jon Briones, Alistair Brammer, Tamsin Carroll, Hugh Maynard, Rachelle Ann Go and Kwang-Ho Hong.
Miss Saigon is by Les Mis duo Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg and has proved to be one of Cameron Mackintosh’s most successful musical brands.
WestEndTheatre.com Comment: A five month extension for a show of this size is quite conservative; whilst there is no danger of the show shutting any time soon, a number of big new musicals are hovering over theatres as large as the Prince Edward looking for an opportunity to get in. In our opinion Miss Saigon is currently London’s premiere blockbuster musical – epic, dramatic, with a truly exceptional cast and the kind of lavish production values that have gotten Cameron Mackintosh to where he is. Book now to avoid (extremely bitter) disappointment.