Eugenius! Tickets

The Other Palace 12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Save upto 35%
Band A seats £49.50/£54.50 reduced to £35.00
Band C seats £29.50 reduced to £25.00
Valid on Tuesday-Saturday performances from 1-8 Sep.

Band B seats £39.50 reduced to £30.00

Valid on Tuesday-Thursday performances from 1-8 Sep.

Book by 20 August 2018.
Performance Timings
Monday - -
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday 14:30 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 14:30 19:30
Sunday - -
Show Info

Book Eugenius! Tickets

Eugenius! delighted audiences at its concert performance, now Eugenius! tickets are available for its first fully staged run at The Other Palace.

Eugenius! - the most hotly anticipated new musical you’ve never seen - is returning to the West End! It’s kicking off its second strictly limited run at The Other Palace in Victoria, London, and you really have to be there to catch it.

There’s been plenty of underground word-of-mouth, and one ‘concert’ performance – a sold-out, queues-round-the-block, one-nighter at the London Palladium. But now the show is hitting the big time!

Eugenius! boasts a ton of totally original songs that you’ll go nuts for even on first hearing – Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins have written a show full of instantly addictive hits – and they’ll be buzzing in your brain for the rest of the year.

Plus there’s a sassy script that’ll make you laugh, gasp, sing, cry, and shout ‘Go Eugenius!’ along with everyone else.

This is a show where geeks rule, dreams do come true, and everyone finds the superhero inside themselves – now they know where to look.

Honestly? You already need to see it again!

Book Eugenius! tickets now to see the comic book show that is sending shockwaves through Theatreland.

Important information

Running time
2hr (including interval)
Booking Until
Sun, 7 October 2018
Venue Info

The Other Palace

12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA

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The Other Palace officially opened its doors in February 2017, and is a home and breeding ground for musicals at various stages of development. The Other Palace focuses on four key areas: programming, creative use of spaces, musical theatre development and audience engagement. The main theatre is the heart of The Other Palace, where the programme consists of full productions, work in progress productions and festivals of new work. By day the studio is available for composers, librettists, lyricists, directors and choreographers to discover and create new material. By night the space builds on the current St. James Studio model to offer a diverse programme including cabaret, music, musical theatre and crossover acts. The theatre features an open mic bar in the hope that it becomes a genuine hub for anyone interested in the musical.