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SpongeBob and his friends in Bikini Bottom face the total destruction of their undersea world. Chaos erupts.
Lives hang in the balance. And just when all hope seems lost, a most unexpected hero rises up. The power of optimism really can save the world!
Presented in association with Sella-Door
Age restrictionThis production is suitable for ages 6+.
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates26 July - 26 August 2023.
Latecomers will be admitted at an appropriate time.
AccessThere will be a Relaxed Performance on Wednesday 16 August at 2pm, a BSL interpreted performance on Saturday 19 August at 2pm and an Audio Described performance on Saturday 26 August at 2pm.
Venue InformationQueen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank CentreSouthbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX
News / Features
5 reasons why you should see The SpongeBob Musical
We all love a bit of SpongeBob SquarePants, whether he's flipping Krabby Patties on stage or on screen! Our humble and high-spirited sponge has taken us on many magical undersea adventures with his wonderful friends. More importantly, SpongeBob continues to show people of all ages the power of optimism and perseverance, and has been doing so since 2000.
On a bad day, SpongeBob can cheer us up, and on a good day, he can remind us of why we're happy in the first place. Now, Bikini Bottom's most popular resident is hitting the stage in the West End production of The SpongeBob Musical in a bid to save Bikini Bottom. The production, which is now playing at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, has amassed chum-buckets of critical acclaim since its Broadway debut. So, here are five reasons why you, your family, and your friends should take a deep dive into The SpongeBob Musical!
26 Jul, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Features
8 fun facts about SpongeBob that’ll shiver your timbers
Calling all sea sponge enthusiasts! Come with us on a deep dive into the loveable and nostalgic world of everyone's favourite square-panted sponge, Mr. SpongeBob SquarePants.
Since it was first broadcast in 1999 (?!) the SpongeBob franchise has become a global phenomenon and remains to be a slice of gold that plays on naivety to a masterful level. It has since led to SpongeBob to become the defining character of his generation.
Nickelodeon's Emmy-winning cartoon has inspired numerous merchandise lines, several movies, and more. SpongeBob has since been adapted into a smash-hit musical, which has won numerous awards and has travelled all across the globe. So grab your Krabby Patties and get ready to have your timbers thoroughly shivered with these fun facts about the iconic SpongeBob TV series and The SpongeBob Musical.
28 Jun, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
Features / Interviews / New Shows + Transfers
Interview with SpongeBob's Chrissie Bhima!
Not content with saving Bikini Bottom from an underwater volcanic eruption, the cast of The SpongeBob Musical took to South Bank beach to clean up the other, very real, danger that threaten their characters' homes: pollution. Armed with litter pickers and biodegradable bags Divina De Campo (Plankton), Lewis Cornay (SpongeBob), Chrissie Bhima (Sandy), and company set to work on cleaning up the beach, ensuring that last night’s takeaway packaging and beer-soaked glasses won’t end up becoming a recurring character in their show.
When they’re not combating climate change, the cast can be seen performing their fin-tastically madcap musical about a burger-flipping sponge at the Southbank Centre when it opens later this month. The show made a big splash when it premiered the other side of the pond, earning 12 Tony nominations, the most for any musical that year. The UK production of the show has been updated to reflect the British sense of humour and lives post-covid, whilst retaining all the bonkers characters, stuck-in-your-head songs, and hilarious memes that made the Nickelodeon show, and subsequent Broadway production, the much-loved, much-quoted, and joyous production that kids (and big kids) adore.
We gave Chrissie Bhima a well-earned break from her cleaning duties, to discuss her role in the musical and why she needs exactly three jellybeans before every show…
23 Jun, 2023 | By Sian McBride
News / Casting
London casting announced for The SpongeBob Musical
In a fin-tastic announcement, it was revealed that the fabulous Divina de Campo will star as the conniving Plankton, Gareth Gates and Tom Read Wilson will also be bringing their star power to the show. Get ready for the underwater adventure of a lifetime - book your tickets for The SpongeBob Musical in London. They’re as precious as the krabby patty formula!
26 May, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Celebrities / Casting / New Shows + Transfers
Gareth Gates and Divina De Campo to star in The SpongeBob Musical
After making a tremendous splash on Broadway, the world's most loveable and earnest sea sponge is diving into the West End with all of his underwater friends in The SpongeBob Musical! Down here in the deep blue sea, you’ll find Pop Idol runner-up Gareth Gates starring as the cynical Squidward Tentacles, alongside Divina De Campo, who is set to take on the role of the Bikini Bottom’s power-hungry Sheldon J. Plankton. So, are you ready kids? Book tickets for The SpongeBob Musical today at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall!
27 Jan, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Productions / New Shows + Transfers
The SpongeBob Musical is coming to London
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob Square Pants! Armed with optimism, super-absorbance, and a marvellous group of marine friends, the world's favourite sea sponge is coming to take over London and save Bikini Bottom, in the UK Premier Tour of the Tony Award-nominated The SpongeBob Musical! Tickets for this deeply delightful musical are available now for the Southbank Centre, London.
2 Nov, 2022 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Features / New Shows + Transfers
The SpongeBob Musical set for UK premier
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob Square Pants! Armed with optimism, super-absorbance, and a marvellous group of marine friends, the world's favourite sea sponge is coming to take over London and save Bikini Bottom, in the UK Premier of the Tony Award-nominated The SpongeBob Musical! Tickets for this deeply delightful musical are available for the Southbank Centre in London.
1 Nov, 2022 | By Kevin Thomas