Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, )
Catherine Street London WC2B 5JB

Miss Saigon Production Information


July 20, 1989

# Performances:4264
Theatres: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, )
7/20/1989 - ?

Production Type:Original Production
Production Status:
Run Type:Open Run
Market:West End


Other Productions of Miss Saigon

1989   West End Original London Production
West End
1991   Broadway Broadway Production
1992   Toronto Toronto Production
2002   US Tour Big League Productions
US Tour
2002   Milburn, NJ (Regional) Paper Mill Production
Milburn, NJ (Regional)
2004   UK Tour Touring Revival
UK Tour
2014   West End West End Revival
West End
2017   Broadway Broadway Revival Production
2018   US Tour US Tour
US Tour


Audio Recordings

1989 (i)  Composer's Demo
1989 (ii)  Composer's Demo
1989  Original London Cast
1994  Studio Cast
1995  Studio Cast
unknown  Studio Cast

Show Information

SHOW TYPE: Musical

Score Overview

The following is a list of songs in the show or that have been included in the show in various versions:

Main Program

The Heat Is on in Saigon
The Movie in My Mind
The Dance
Why God Why?
This Money's Yours
Sun and Moon
a.k.a. Sunlight and Moon
The Telephone Song
The Deal
The Ceremony
a.k.a. Dju Vui Vai
What's This I Find
a.k.a. What's This I Find?
The Last Night of the World
The Morning of the Dragon
I Still Believe
This Is the Hour
If You Want to Die in Bed
Let Me See His Western Nose
I'd Give My Life for You
The Revelation
What a Waste
The Fall of Saigon
Room 317
Her or Me
The Confrontation
American Dream
The Sacred Bird

Cut prior to London opening

All Our Children
Too Much for One Heart
What If He Doesn't Come Back?

Miss Saigon - 1989 West End Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

Olivier Awards - 1990 - Designer of the Year
John Napier
Olivier Awards - 1990 - Musical of the Year
Claude-Michel Schonberg
Alain Boublil
Olivier Awards - 1990 - Outstanding Performance of the Year by an Actor in a Musical Winner
Jonathan Pryce
Olivier Awards - 1990 - Outstanding Performance of the Year by an Actress in a Musical Winner
Lea Salonga
Evening Standard Awards - 1989 - Ned Sherrin Award for Best Musical Winner