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Five pukka reasons to see Only Fools and Horses the Musical at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Discover five cushty reasons to be excited about ”Only Fools and Horses the Musical” at Theatre Royal Haymarket

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Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan's brand new Only Fools and Horses the Musical has opened in the West End to rave reviews. Discover five cushty reasons why you must get yourself down to see this rollicking new show.

1. It's based on the beloved TV show

Now you can experience all of your favourite and the most iconic moments live on stage – nothing is missed out here! You are guaranteed an evening of laugh-out-loud hilarity.

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2. The lovable characters

Everyone is present and correct and larger than life! Join the Trotter family and witness the classic catchphrases that are part of everyday life down at the Nag's Head. In the words of Del Boy, "this time next year we will be millionaires!"

3. It's the perfect musical for everyone

At last there's a musical that's fit for all the family – from eight to 88! The show also sees romance blossoming between Del Boy and Raquel, and Rodney and Cassandra, so it's perfect for couples too.

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4. There's cushty new music (and the classic theme tune!)

An East End knees-up is guaranteed. With the theme tune as you have never heard it before, there are also brilliant original comic songs from Whitehouse and Sullivan, with contributions from John Sullivan and Chas Hodges.

5. It's fully endorsed

Only Fools and Horses the Musical is fully endorsed and co-created by Jim Sullivan and the Sullivan family, and you can't get better than that. Get your tickets now – you know it makes sense!

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Audiences and critics alike are loving Only Fools and Horses the Musical, which has opened to rave reviews such as, "It is a blast. The audience honk with delight" (Sunday Times), "Comfort food for our troubled times, this show serves up some lovely jubbly!" (Metro) and "This loving, lively homage is an unashamedly British night out. A jubilant lovely jubbly!" (Evening Standard).

But it's not just the critics – see what the audience are saying!