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Back To The Future: The Musical Ticket and Hotel Packages

Adelphi Theatre 2hrs 40mins
Age 6+

Great Scott! Don't be late getting your tickets for 1.21 gigawatts of electrifying fun with the Back To The Future Musical.

From movie co-writers Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis. Join Marty McFly and Doc Brown on this thrilling adventure through time as Marty desperately tries to get back... to the future!

Hitting the Adelphi Theatre and featuring popular songs from the original Back To The Future such as The Power of Love, Johnny B. Goode and Earth Angel alongside new tunes from Alan Silvestri of Avengers: Endgame fame and Glen Ballard, this outstanding musical will have you bopping along like its 1955. Or 1985.

You'll find it easy to book a theatre break with Holiday Extras, simply enter your dates, choose your tickets and pick one of our top London hotels! We'll send you a confirmation email with everything you need to know. A theatre break package will save you the hassle of finding your own hotel and matching up your dates - we've done all the leg work for you and it can even save you some money.

Top tip: Get the full experience of the Back To The Future musical with tickets in the "McFly Zone". Rows A-D at the Adelphi Theatre will put you right up close to Marty and The Pinheads for the ultimate Rock 'n' Roll party.

Back to the Future London West End

Back to the Future Musical - Tickets + Hotel Packages

Turn your trip to the West End into an unforgettable London city break. Book your tickets with an overnight stay included to really make the most of your time away. All of our hotels are within easy reach of the theatre - some as little as 15 minutes away - making them the perfect place to wind down after an electrifying show.

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