SIX, ‘the most uplifting piece of new British musical theatre’ is the phenomenon everyone is losing their head over! Critically acclaimed across the UK with a sound-track storming up the UK pop charts, the sell-out intoxicating Tudor take-off is back!
From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of 21st-century girl power. These Queens may have green sleeves but their lipstick is rebellious red.
The cast of Six includes Jarneia Richard-Noel as Catherine of Aragon, Courtney Bowman as Anne Boleyn, Natalie Paris as Jane Seymour, Alexia McIntosh as Anna of Cleves, Sophie Isaacs as Katherine Howard and Danielle Steers as Catherine Parr, with understudies Zara MacIntosh, Cherelle Jay, Hana Stewart and Collette Guitart.
As the show opens, you'll be greeted to the six wives of Henry VIII. Throughout the show, they will try and prove to you that they had it the worst with Henry VIII. Learn about the stories that are normally overlooked in history and find out about the six wives in a show that packs a musical punch.
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Discounted group rates are available for parties of 10 or more people. To enquire, complete our group booking form and one of our specialist team will be in touch.
You can book from 08-Mar-2021 to 05-Sep-2021.
Please note: the STALLS have no step free access, there are 19 stairs down.
Saturday 13th June 2020, 4.00pm – Audio-Described Performance
Friday 3rd July 2020, 8.00pm – Captioned Performance
Saturday 5th September 2020, 4.00pm – Signer Performance
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(2mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square up to Great Newport Street on your left, where you can see the theatre.