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Wicked The Musical Casting Its Spell in Singapore Again this September!

By Flora  /  22 Apr 2016 (Friday)

It’s time to defy gravity with Elphaba and Glinda again this September, for Wicked, the Broadway and West End musical phenomenon is coming backing to Marina Bay Sands once more! 

Wicked - The Musical
Date: 29 Sep - 16 Oct 2016
Venue: Grand Theatres, Marina Bay Sands
  • Tue - Fri: 8pm
  • Sat: 2pm & 8pm
  • Sun: 1pm & 6pm
Ticket Pricing: 
  • Emerald : S$230
  • A Reserve : S$165
  • B Reserve : S$145
  • C Reserve : S$125
  • D Reserve : S$95
  • E Reserve : S$55
(Purchase your tickets at Sistic, here!)

The incredible original production, which is coming direct from a multi record-breaking tour of the UK and Ireland, flies into the MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands for a special limited engagement as part of a major international tour. Tickets are now on sale.

WICKED is one of the world’s most celebrated, spectacular and successful stage musicals of all time. WICKED first premiered in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands in 2011, opening to rave reviews. The show had a successful three-month run, attracting sell-out audiences.

The musical has won over 100 awards including 3 Tony® Awards on Broadway, 2 Olivier Awards in London, 6 Helpmann Awards in Australia and a Grammy® Award. It has been hailed as “a phenomenon that keeps growing” (Los Angeles Times) and “the biggest thing in musicals since The Phantom of the Opera first opened” (The Times, UK). 

Set in a spectacular and colourful fantasy world of wizards, witches, magic and spells, WICKED tells the story of an unlikely but profound friendship between a popular blonde girl called Glinda and a misunderstood, green-skinned girl named Elphaba. Filled with wonder and enchantments, this magical stage musical follows their extraordinary journey from sorcery students to becoming the iconic Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West from L. Frank Baum’s beloved tale ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’.
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