Award winning family musical Matilda’s rebellious shine

Award winning family musical Matilda’s rebellious shine

The Macao Cultural Centre, under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, presents Matilda The Musical, an electrifying theatrical tale celebrating the defiant spirit of children, led by an extraordinary young girl. Co-organized by GWB Entertainment and CCM this masterpiece, conceived by the Royal Shakespeare Company, will delight the whole family with the inspirational story of an astonishing girl whose talents are constantly belittled by her cruel parents and the terrifying school headmistress. Dreaming of a better life, the young Matilda uses her vivid imagination to challenge the odds and take destiny into her own hands.

Bringing to life the creative genius of British novelistRoald Dahl, with original music and lyrics by Tim Minchin, this witty and playful adaptation by Dennis Kelly has been seen by eight million people worldwide. Loved by children of all ages, Matilda the Musical premiered in 2010 before delighting audiences not only on the West End and Broadway, but also in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Philippines and Korea.

Distinguished with over 90 international awards, including 23 accolades for Best Musical and a record-breaking 7 Olivier Awards, Matilda has been praised with a stream of five-star reviews across the globe. The show’s premiere in Macao is part of an Asian tour which has been received with huge acclaim in each venue it has been staged.

Matilda The Musical will perform eight shows scheduled from 14 to 19 April (Tuesday to Sunday) at the Grand Auditorium. Tickets will be available from January 19 (Sunday) at CCM’s box office and Macao Ticketing Network outlets at various prices and discounts. For further information on promotional offers and ticketing, please visit or call (853) 2870 0699. Credit card ticketing hotline (853) 2840 0555.

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