Welcome to the show to the histo-remix…
From Tudor queens to pop princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII sing their way out of the history books and into the spotlight.
With songs including Ex Wives, Haus of Holbein and Don’t Lose Ur Head, this pop concert remixes five hundred years of historical heartbreak into one hour of 21st century sass.
If you thought this show was all about one man – you thought wrong!
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6-7 Great Newport Street London WC2H 7JB
Box office:020 7836 8463
18 December, 8th, 15, 22 January at 8pm [ALL SOLD OUT]
EXTRA SHOW ADDED:
15 January 10pm [limited seats remaining]
Running time: 70 mins (approx) no interval
£15 – £20
SIX started life with Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017, where it was nominated for the inaugural Musical Theatre Review Best Musical Award. The original production attracted the attention of producers Kenny Wax and Global Musicals, who are presenting this all-new production for the show’s professional premiere at the Arts Theatre in London on 18 December, 8, 15 and 22 January.
CAST: Renée Lamb as Catherine of Aragon, Christina Modestou (Nina, In The Heights) as Anne Boleyn, Natalie Paris (Sunday In The Park With George, Menier) as Jane Seymour, Genesis Lynea (The 4 O’Clock Club) as Anne of Cleves, Aimie Atkinson (who played Daniela in In The Heights; BBC’s Voice of Musical Theatre contest winner) as Catherine Howard, and Izuka Hoyle (Selena in Working, Southwark Playhouse) as Catherine Parr.
Director: Lotte Wakeham. Musical Director: Joe Beighton. Choreographer: Cressida Carre.
Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss met at university, where they spent three years making theatre together and neglecting their degrees. In January 2017, they made their first foray into writing as a duo with the musical, SIX. Following the show’s success in Edinburgh, they are incredibly excited for its debut at the Arts Theatre. The team also make up two-thirds of the award- winning theatre company Hot Gay Time Machine, whose show, Hot Gay Time Machine, enjoyed considerable success at the fringe this year, and a sold out run at The Other Palace in November.