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Only Fools and Horses - West End

The landmark, record-breaking and top-rated television series Only Fools and Horses, written by the late, great John Sullivan becomes a brand-new, home-grown British Musical spectacular. Lovely Jubbly!

Starring comedy giant Paul Whitehouse as the much-loved Grandad, Tom Bennett as loveable rogue Del Boy Trotter and Ryan Hutton as his hapless brother Rodney, the much-loved classic comedy is brought to life once more, through an ingenious and hilarious original score.

Featuring cherished material from the TV series, comic songs full of character and cockney charm, Only Fools and Horses the Musical is a feel-good, family celebration of traditional, working class London life and the aspirations we all share.

Written by Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan, fully endorsed by the Sullivan estate.

Sound CUSHTY? Then book your tickets today - Only a forty-two carat PLONKER would miss it!


Mondays: 7:30pm

Tuesdays: 7:30pm

Wednesdays: 2:30pm and 7:30pm

Thursdays: 7:30pm

Fridays: 7:30pm

Saturdays: 2:30pm and 7:30pm

Theatre Royal Haymarket

(London, )
18 Suffolk Street London SW1Y 4HT
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Only Fools and Horses West End Cast


by Stephi Wild - March 4, 2019
Only Fools and Horses The Musical is the biggest West End opening of the year, having taken more than £8 million at the Box Office and sold more than 150,000 tickets.
by Debbie Gilpin - February 20, 2019
When it was announced that Trotters Independent Traders' three-wheeled 'yellow peril' was heading direct to London's West End in the form of a new musical, a few eyebrows were raised. Only Fools and Horses - The Musical was the brainchild of TV series creator John Sullivan, though it has been realised by his son Jim and comedian Paul Whitehouse. Taking a song written by John Sullivan and singer Chas Hodges, along with some notes and ideas, Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan have created a 'greatest hits' of sorts; over 40 hours of TV material has been filtered and spliced together to create this new two-hour stage show.