About Thriller Live
Thriller Live continues to moonwalk around the world, taking you on a visual, audio and electrifying journey through the magic of Michael’s 45 year musical history. Experience over two hours of non-stop hits from pop to rock, soul to disco in a show that pays homage Jackson’s legendary live performances and innovative dance moves executed with flair, precision and passion in a show that you will never forget. Expect your favourite songs delivered by an exceptionally talented cast and band, including: I Want You Back, ABC, Can You Feel It, Off The Wall, The Way You Make Me Feel, Smooth Criminal, Beat It, Billie Jean, Dirty Diana, Bad, Rock With You, They Don’t Care About Us, Dangerous, Heal The World, and Thriller plus many more!
Experience the iconic music of pop legend, Michael Jackson. Delve into the back catalogue of incredible hits with Thriller Live, and see your favourite songs come to life on stage at London’s Lyric Theatre. Journey through the history of Jackson’s music, including his early work with his family group, The Jackson Five. This show is the ultimate homage to the internationally renowned artist and fans all over the world have experienced the power of Jackson’s music. The show pulls the audience through his songs with video, lighting, Jackson’s most iconic costumes and amazing dancers that will have you moonwalking all the way home!
What To Watch For
- It takes over 100 LED panels and over 100 metres of trussing to put together the staging.
- The cast have made their way through over 1500 pairs of trainers!
- There have been over 1000 trilby’s worn (and thrown) in the show, most notably from the “Smooth Criminal” number.
- Due to the amount of dancing in the show, 468 Physiotherapists have been used in 17 different countries.
- During “They Don’t Care About Us”, there have been over 300 pairs of drumsticks that are used and broken.
2hrs 10min (inc. interval)
Suitable for ages 5+
29 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES
The Lyric Theatre is the oldest theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, having opened in December 1888. Designed by architect C J Phipps, it was originally built for impresario Henry J Leslie as a home for operetta. Since then the building has successfully hosted drama, comedy and musicals.