Fans hoping to see a hit West End show in Norwich don't have long to wait until the hotly-anticipated tickets go on sale.

Hamilton will be at the Norwich Theatre Royal from September 16 to October 25 2025.

Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton tells the story of how Alexander Hamilton went on to become a founding father of America and George Washington's second in command. 

Norwich Evening News: The show will run for six weeks in autumn 2025The show will run for six weeks in autumn 2025 (Image: Norwich Theatre)

Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the lyrics, music, and book of the musical, which is based on the book Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow.

The Olivier, Tony, Grammy and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical opened at Victoria Palace Theatre in London in 2017, where it continues to play to sell-out houses.

The show's Norwich run was announced last April and tickets were initially scheduled for sale from September 2024.

But due to high demand, the sale will now begin three months early on July 12.

A priority sale will begin on June 24, when the theatre's Ambassadors, Gold Friends and Corporate Members can bag the first tickets.

Best Friends and Friends of the theatre can join the queue on July 1, with priority bookers from the panto following on July 8.

Norwich Theatre has also launched Pay in 3 on all shows to spread the cost and make going to the theatre more accessible.

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Friends and supporters manager, Hannah Crouch, said: “With so many exciting things coming up at Norwich Theatre, now is the time to become a member and make sure you are front in line for information and access to upcoming shows.

"Not only do our Ambassadors and Friends receive fabulous benefits as part of their membership, but they are also vital to the ongoing success of Norwich Theatre.

"As a registered charity, we receive no regular public funding and rely on the support of its members to continue to grow the wide-reaching positive impact we have both on stage and in our communities.”