Hamilton is finally being added to Disney Plus UK - but how can you watch it and at what time?
Since it hit theatres back in 2015, the musical Hamilton has taken the world by storm.
From starting out in New York and then expanding to Chicago the following year and then finally coming to London’s West End back in 2017, the Hamilton musical has developed a cult following for its entertaining retelling of a key part of history through culturally relevant means.
And with theatres across the country (and most of the world), currently closed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown, the team behind the musical theatre force has brought it to our TV screens.
What time is Hamilton on Disney plus?
Back in May, the Hamilton team revealed that they would be releasing a filmed version of the original Broadway production on the new Disney Plus streaming platform.
And for everyone who’s had to wait for it – longtime Hamifans and new viewers alike – the day has finally come to sit back, relax and get the job done…
For anyone hoping to join the revolution from the UK, Hamilton is available on Disney Plus now.
It hit the streaming platform earlier today on Friday 3rd July at 8am, having been brought forward 15 months from its original air date of 15th October 2021.
The film premiered alongside a half an hour documentary featuring a roundtable discussion with nine of the show’s biggest stars opening up on their experience of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical.
How can I watch Hamilton on Disney+?
If you don’t yet have Disney+ but want to watch Hamilton, you can sign up to their free 7-day trial.
Membership costs just £5.99 a month after that, and you can watch classics like the ones the woman&home team have been obsessed with!
What is the storyline of Hamilton?
Created by multi-faceted creative genius Lin Manuel-Miranda (who is also the musical mastermind behind Disney favourite Moana), Hamilton follows the story of American statesman Alexander Hamilton, who was one of the founding fathers of the United States of America.
Told through intricately woven musical numbers made up of rap, hip-hop and musical theatre elements, the show tells the story of an important piece of history while commenting on aspects of today’s society all through a culturally relevant and highly entertaining lens.
We guarantee, it’ll blow us all away…