Sunday 17th March 7pm

GOLDA. A Musical Story of Love, Loss and Resilience.

Prices

Tickets from £35

Performance Times

Sunday 17th March 7pm

Running Time

1 hour and 40 minutes including an interval

In English – with certain points in other languages with subtitles.

TICKET DELIVERY – E-TICKETS only. Upon arrival to the theatre, please display tickets on your mobile or printed copy.

Please note we only accept cards in our bars, or when buying  programmes, sweets or merchandise.

Synopsis

It’s hypnotic, never a boring note.

Following the sold-out premiere run in November 2023, this ‘explosively joyous, sad, energetic and topical mini-musical’ (Theatre Cat) is returning to London West End for one night only!

Starring the phenomenal Ukrainian-Israeli singer and actress, Golda Amirova, virtuoso musicians, extraordinary actors and contemporary dancers, it follows the timeless story of a young woman as she flees home to find hope in a foreign land amidst the ravages of war.

The performance creates a rich emotional landscape, fusing Ukrainian, English, Hebrew, Russian, and Yiddish musical themes, highlighted by dynamic dance routines and the unique charm of Odessa humour.

“The music is wild: soulful Ukrainian-Russian-Jewish jazz, where klezmer, wedding-songs, ballad and rock and memories of Weimar meld together, in Golda’s extraordinary pure voice and wild effortless energy.”
THEATRE CAT

“GOLDA is more than just a show, it’s a powerful testament to the strength of the human spirit”
BROADWAY WORLD

“It’s about the hope that springs in any room where songs and stories come alive.”
THEATRE CAT

 

Performances

Sunday 17th March 7pm

TICKET DELIVERY – E-TICKETS only. Upon arrival to the theatre, please display tickets on your mobile or printed copy.

Ticket Prices

How to Book

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BOX OFFICE OPENING HOURS

Our Telephone Room is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 7.30pm

020 7930 8800

Theatre Royal Haymarket, Haymarket, London SW1Y 4HT

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Access Seats
Patrons requiring accessible seating in the theatre or wheelchair spaces please contact the box office on 020 7930 8800 during opening hours. Access seats in the Stalls are priced at £35 for the person with access needs plus a carer at the same rate if you need an essential carer to accompany you.

This rate, which is better than half price, is subject to availability and the person with access needs must make the booking. You will need to provide verification of access status on ticket collection, ideally this should be in the form of a Nimbus/Access card – to register for a Nimbus Card please see HERE

For ambulant presenting customers there are a limited number of free carer tickets available per show if bringing an essential carer. These are at a range of prices in all areas excluding Premium tickets and will be available for Access Card holders with the +1 Symbol on their Nimbus/Access Card.

You can collect the tickets from 45 minutes before your performance.

If you are unable to call due to hearing impairment please email us at [email protected] letting us know in your email you are unable to call.

We have wheelchair spaces in the Stalls – please call 020 7930 8800 to check on availability.

Prices

Sunday 17th March 7pm

Tickets from £35

Premium VIP tickets available

Please note there are 65 steps to the Upper Circle & Gallery.

General Information
No exchange or refund on purchased tickets. See our FAQ section for more details.

 

More Information

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TICKET DELIVERY – E-TICKETS only. Upon arrival to the theatre, please display tickets on your mobile or printed copy.

Please note we only accept cards in our bars, or when buying  programmes, sweets or merchandise.

Reviews

  • ‘The music is wild: soulful Ukrainian-Russian-Jewish jazz, where klezmer, wedding-songs, ballad and rock and memories of Weimar meld together, in Golda’s extraordinary pure voice and wild effortless energy.’

    THEATRE CAT

  • 'GOLDA is more than just a show, it's a powerful testament to the strength of the human spirit'

    BROADWAY WORLD

  • 'It’s about the hope that springs in any room where songs and stories come alive'

    THEATRE CAT