The Story of Tony n' Tina's Wedding: The Most Successful Off-Broadway Comedy of All Time

Tony n Tinas Wedding is a classic offBroadway show that has been running for over 30 years, making it the longestrunning Off Broadway show in history. It has been a huge success, garnering rave reviews and becoming a mustsee for theatergoers and tourists alike.

The show is an interactive comedy, based on a traditional ItalianAmerican wedding. The audience is seated at tables and are invited to participate in the ceremony, the reception, and of course, the dance.

The story follows the wedding of Tony and Tina Vitale, who are played by reallife actors and actresses. The audience gets to know the wedding party, including the priest, the bridesmaids, the groomsmen, and the best man, as the show progresses.

Tony n' Tina's Wedding
Tony n' Tina's Wedding

As the ceremony progresses, Tony and Tinas families (played by the actors) bicker and fight, making the show truly hilarious. The audience is also invited to join in the fun more by being asked to participate in the wedding dance and toast. They are even asked to dance with the bride and groom, who often need help getting out of the wedding cake.

The show has been a hit with audiences and critics alike, and has even been a major motion picture.  Tony n Tinas Wedding has also been performed in Las Vegas, and has been adapted for television.

The success of Tony n Tinas Wedding has been credited to its unique concept, which combines interactive theater with traditional ItalianAmerican culture. Audiences love the shows funfilled atmosphere, as well as its lighthearted approach to wedding ceremonies and reception.

The show has become a classic in the Off Broadway scene, and continues to draw in audiences from around the globe. The show has even become iconic for many couples who are planning their weddings, as they often look to the show for inspiration.

The success of Tony n Tinas Wedding has been a testament to its charm and entertainment value, as well as its timelessness. It has become a classic in the Off-Broadway scene, and is sure to continue to delight audiences in London.

Show Information

It wouldn’t be a London trip out to the theatre if you didn’t see at least one wedding. We’re the heartbeart of theatre in Europe! But there’s one specifically we think you’d like, Tony and Tina’s Wedding at the ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower at Queen Elizabeth park. And lucky for you, the invitation just came in the mail! You’re even invited to a reception with dinner and cake. This dinner and show package even has vegetarian and vegan options, just let us know at least three hours before the show. 

It is the longest running off-Broadway comedy of all time and one of the longest-running shows in Las Vegas with an 18-year record.  And, now it is in London  to put humor back into our life after Covid!

This satirical show will have you laughing more than the first time you saw “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.” During the comedy, you’ll experience a crazy reception, a pregnant bridesmaid, a stripper girlfriend and a drunk priest. So basically, everything that makes a perfect night out!

This will be the talk of the town, the wedding of the year. So grab your seats before the ceremony begins. Trust us, you’ll want to be in the front row for this. 

No Age Restrictions

There are no age restrictions, but it is recommended for ages 5+.

Refund Policy


All sales are final – we do not issue refunds; however, if you call at least 24 hours before the performance we would be happy to exchange your tickets for another performance during a run of a show (if available),  or offer you an in-house credit to use at a later date. Please contact our box office manager at info@tonyandtinalondon.com with any questions about ticketing. 

In the event a show must be rescheduled, tickets will be honored on the rescheduled date.  If the patron is unavailable to attend on the rescheduled date, they should contact the box office to select another performance during the run of a show (if available), or they will be offered an in-house credit for a future event.