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How to get tickets for Hamilton: An American Musical at London's West End

The smash hit American musical will arrive at Victoria Palace Theatre in November

The record-breaking "Hamilton: An American Musical" is coming to London's West End in 2017 and tickets go on sale this month.

The musical will arrive at at Victoria Palace Theatre in November until June of 2018.

The story follows American founding father Alexander Hamilton whose ambition drove him from Caribbean outsider to American war hero and right hand man to George Washington.

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In 2016 the musical received a record-breaking 16 Tony nominations including Best Musical, going on to win 11 accolades.

It was also the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album in 2016.

The critically acclaimed hit is now heading across the Atlantic for a long run in London's West End in what's likely to be a sell out, find out how to get tickets below:

When is the show running?

The first show of 2017 will be on Tuesday November 21 and it is running until Saturday June 30 in 2018.

When do tickets go on sale?

General sale tickets will be released at 12pm on Monday January 30 , the ticket limit will be increased to six in the general sale.

Where can I buy tickets?

You can get tickets from only three official websites. They are Ticketmaster , delfontmackintosh.co.uk and hamitonthemusical.co.uk .

How much are tickets?

Tickets are priced between £20 to £200, the seat price brackets will be broken down once you go through to select your seats.

What's paperless ticketing?

To stop touts selling tickets on higher than face value there will be no physical tickets sent to customers.

The only way you will be able to get into the Hamilton showing is by providing your credit or debit card that was used to book tickets as proof of purchase.

You'll be sent an e-mail as proof of purchase which will also need to be shown, alongside a photo ID.

This means the lead booker must be present at the show or you will have to sell your tickets back to the theatre.

Is access seating available?

Yes, simply click on the wheelchair icon on the booking page's seating plan and then a form will be sent for you to complete.

For a full list of show information head to the Hamilton website .

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