at Lyric Theatre
Thriller Live in London is the ultimate concert celebration of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Thriller Live is almost like experience Michael Jackson live in person. Book your tickets from home and start counting down to a show you'll never forget!
- Ensure your tickets to this widely popular show
- Choose your own seats
- Enjoy the music and moves of the King of Pop
- Sing along to all of the big hits
- Tues-Fri you can save on tickets when booking from home
What's Thriller Live about?
Thriller Live is a concert experience with spectacular multimedia effects and a fantastic choreography, all to revitalize Michael Jackson's cutting edge dance moves and characteristic thrust and largest hits on stage again.
The show is a musical journey and celebration of the King of Pop. Michael Jackson's career stretched over 40 years, from his days in Jackson 5 to an incredible solo career. Through the years he's sold more than 750 mil. albums. The album Thriller is the world's best-selling album to this day.
During the over 2-hour show you are guaranteed to sing along all the big hits like I Want You Back, I'll Be There, Show You The Way To Go, Can You Feel It, Rock With You, She's Out Of My Life, Beat It, Billie Jean, Earth Song, Thriller and many more.
Other musicals in London with music by well-known musicians or bands:
The Lion King & Jersey Boys.
How do I get my tickets?
Shortly after your booking is complete, you will receive an e-ticket by email. Just print out your ticket and bring it with you to the theater.
Who is the show suitable for?
Thriller Live is suitable for all ages. Michael Jackson fan or not.
How long is the show?
The show lasts approx. 2 hours and 20 minutes incl. intermission.
Who's the team behind?
With music by no other than Michael Jackson, the musical is produced by Derek Nicol and Paul Walden, directed and choreographed by Gary Lloyd.
- Please note: Contains constant use of flashing LED screen and some strobe lighting.
Thriller Live Reviews
"Dance routines, featuring daring leaps from an on-stage bridge, break-dancing, and, yes, the moonwalk, are spectacular."
The Daily Telegraph
Tuesday to Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 8pm, Sunday at 7.30pm
Saturday 4pm, Sunday 3.30pm
2 hours 20 minutes