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Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of)

  • 13 Oct–15 Oct 2022
  • His Majesty's Theatre

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Pride & Prejudice *(*Sort of)

Since opening in Glasgow Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) took London’s West End by storm and now returns to Scotland with the original Scottish cast.

Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) is a unique and audacious retelling of Jane Austen’s most iconic love story. Men, money and microphones will be fought over in this irreverent but affectionate adaptation, where the stakes couldn’t be higher when it comes to romance.

It’s the 1800s.
It’s party time.
Let the ruthless matchmaking begin.


Group discounts available:

Groups 8 plus: £5 off
Groups 20 plus: £6 off
Groups 30 plus: £7 off

Group discount will be automatically applied when the qualifying number of tickets have been added to your basket.
To book more than 10 tickets, please contact the box office.


£37.50 - £15.50


Friends’ discount

Friends: 2 FOR 1 opening 2 performances; £4 off all other performances



★★★★★ “Austen would have loved this smart, laugh-out-loud show”– Dominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph

“Hilarity, romance, madness and utter theatrical joy. The whole house cheered and cheered and cheered”Stephen Fry 

“Riotously funny…gloriously entertaining…rampantly delicious…frankly sensational”David Benedict, Variety

★★★★★ “Completely faithful to the book, it’s also raucously irreverent romp”  – Patrick Marmion, Daily Mail 

“It’s a blast: Austen turbocharged with utter theatrical audacity” Sam Marlowe, The i

★★★★★ “In layer after layer of brilliance this mighty novel is captured as it has never been captured before not only in its fierce feminism and brilliant humour but also – most surprisingly of all – its spirit of true romance, the thing for which all hearts yearn”  Joyce McMilan, The Scotsman

★★★★★ “Profoundly joyous. A Kick-ass delight from start to finish” – Neil Cooper, The Glasgow Herald

★★★★★ “Very clever, very funny. As richly layered as a wedding cake”  Dominic Cavendish, The Daily Telegraph

★★★★★ “A total blast from start to finish. It sticks faithfully to Austen’s brilliant story while opening it up into a riot of fun, colour and mischief making. It is dramatic reinvention at its most enjoyable”  Whatsonstage

★★★★★  “Raucous energy and huge heart. A riotous joyful piece of work that embodies the spirit of Austen and blasts her into the 21st century” BroadwayWorld