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Mary Poppins

Practically perfect in every way, relive the magic of Mary Poppins the musical tickets, flying back into the Prince Edward Theatre. This Award-Winning stage musical features dazzling illusions and many of Disney’s most iconic songs. Relive favourite childhood memories in a spectacular stage show that’s a smash hit with adults and kids alike.

Mary Poppins tickets are supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! There’s no better way to treat yourself, your friends and family to a West End experience you’ll never forget. Mary Poppins theatre tickets will whisk you away to Cherry Tree Lane and a magical world of chimney sweeps, flying kites and dazzling rooftop choreography.

Brilliantly adapted for the stage by Oscar-winning screenwriter Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey) and with songs by Richard M Sherman & Robert B Sherman (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) plus new music and lyrics by Oliver Award winners George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (Honk!, Betty Blue Eyes), we guarantee you won’t be able to keep your feet still! Step In Time to the West End’s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious family musical. 

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What’s Mary Poppins about?

When brother and sister Jane and Michael Banks change the advertisement that their father has placed in the paper searching for a nanny, to their surprise, something truly wonderful happens. Flying into Number 17 Cherry Tree Lane on the east wind, comes magical Mary Poppins. With a cheery disposition, kind, witty, very sweet and fairly pretty, Mary Poppins is all the things these children wished for and more.

Soon, Jane and Michael are having the kinds of adventure children can only dream of, along with their magical nanny and her great friend Bert the chimney sweep. Mary Poppins transforms the children’s lives and teaches the grown-ups, too, that ‘anything can happen if you let it’.

Mary Poppins is a character based on the stories of P L Travers. The stage version is produced and co-created by Cameron Mackintosh, with a book by Julian Fellowes, with original musical and lyrics by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman and new songs by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. 

Mary Poppins songs

Mary Poppins is one of Disney’s most recognisable film scores. With classic songs by the Sherman brothers, additional songs were then added for the stage musical by British song-writing royalty George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (the talented team behind Honk! and Betty Blue Eyes). The stage musical features classic Disney hits Chim Chim Cher-ee, Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Feed the Birds, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and Let’s Go Fly A Kite. New songs include the instantly catchy Practically Perfect, Brimstone and Treacle and Anything Can Happen (If You Let It).

Mary Poppins awards

The original London production of Mary Poppins was nominated for nine Laurence Olivier Awards, winning for Best Actress (Laura Michelle Kelly) and Best Theatre Choreographer (Matthew Bourne and Stephen Mear). The production went on to further awards successes including seven Tony Award nominations, including a win for Best Scenic Design (Bob Crowley). The 2019 West End Revival then added a further two Olivier wins for Best Theatre Choreographer and Best Set Design.

Five fantastic Facts about our favourite flying Nanny 

Think you know your Poppins triva? Here are five gems which might test your knowledge:

1. Julie Andrews initially turned down the role of Mary Poppins. Eager to change her mind, song-writing brothers Richard and Robert Sherman got to work on a brand-new song written especially for her. Robert’s children had just had their polio shots on a sugar cube – and hey presto! “A spoonful of sugar” was born!
2. When Mary Poppins was adapted for the stage, one of the biggest challenges was creating the scenery. This Banks House alone weighed a staggering 18 metric tonnes!
3. It took Walt Disney more than 20 years to persuade Mary Poppins’ creator, the author P L Travers, to grant him permission to fly the world’s most famous nanny from the page onto the big screen.
4. No spoilers here – but of course it wouldn’t be Mary Poppins if she didn’t fly during the stage show. But it’s not just Mary that defies gravity… loveable Chimney Sweep Bert somehow dances upside down on the proscenium arch of the theatre!
5. Mary Poppins author, P L Travers, is reported to have disapproved of the music written for the film and hated the use of animation in the movie so much that she refused to allow Walt Disney to adapt any more of her work. Ah…what might have been!

What do critics think of Mary Poppins?

“HUGELY UPLIFTING” - Evening Standard

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Old Compton St

Cancellation Policy

No refund or exchanges are available after purchase.


Mary Poppins creatives

Author – P L Travers

Producer and Co-Creator – Cameron Mackintosh

Producer for Disney Theatrical Productions – Thomas Schumacher

Original Music and Lyrics – Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman

Book – Julian Fellowes

New Songs and Additional Music – George Stiles and Anthony Drewe

Director – Richard Eyre

Co-Director and Choreographer – Matthew Bourne

Co-Choreographer – Stephen Mear

Scenic and Costume Designer – Bob Crowley

Lighting Designer – Hugh Vanstone

Lighting Designer – Natasha Katz

Good To Know

Mary Poppins contains theatrical smoke and fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting and loud noises.

How Does It Work


As a courtesy to each other and to help us provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for everyone, please:

If you are feeling unwell we'll do everything we can to exchange your tickets 48 hours prior to your current booking.

Be mindful of others and their space, where possible, particularly when moving around the theatre.

Use the hand-sanitiser available at the theatre.

Only bring one small bag that can be stored under your seat. To store larger items, please contact before you arrive.

Bring a contactless payment card, as our theatres are cashless.

For everyone's safety and security, we:

Deliver an enhanced level of cleaning throughout our theatres.

Provide 100% fresh air through our ventilation system.

Carry out contact-free security checks.

Suitable For Children

Mary Poppins is recommended for a general audience.

Mary Poppins contains theatrical smoke and fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting and loud noises.

Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. You may not bring food or drink purchased elsewhere.

When Can I Go

23rd October 2019 - 29th March 2020

Where Do I Go

Prince Edward Theatre 28 Old Compton St, London W1D 4HS How To Get There Train: Charing Cross (approx. 550m) Tube: Leicester Square (approx. 300m), Tottenham Court Road (approx. 400m) Bus: 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453.

Prince Edward Theatre

Old Compton St