Six The Musical 2021 West End tickets and cast at London's Lyric Theatre

Six London West End at Lyric Theatre tickets, dates and cast

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Six The Musical has announced 2021 plans for London’s West End – here’s all you need to know.

The hit show will transfer from its current home at the Arts Theatre to the Lyric Theatre for a limited time with tickets on sale now!

Six The Musical tickets and dates

After briefly opening in December 2020, Six The Musical is set to resume performances at the Lyric Theatre from Friday 21 May 2021, currently booking to 22 August.

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There will be nine shows a week with the standard performance schedule as follows:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday at 8PM
Thursday 5PM & 8:30PM
Saturday 4PM & 8PM
Sunday 3PM & 7PM

Performances will take place following the latest guidelines including social distancing. All going well, the show will relax social distancing restrictions in June subject to government restrictions. You can find out about the latest health and safety guidelines on the Nimax Theatres website here.

Six will return to the Arts Theatre later in 2021.

Six The Musical cast at the Lyric Theatre

The cast at the time of writing features 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.

Making up the alternate team are Zara MacIntosh (Aragon & Howard), Cherelle Jay (Boleyn & Cleves), Hana Stewart (Seymour & Parr) and Collette Guitart (Understudy & Dance Captain).

Six The Musical follows a fictional singing competition where each of Henry VII’s infamous six wives compeete to be crowned the ultimate musical sensation – based on how much “BS” they had to put up with from Henry.

The show, with a 75 minute run time, features a pop score by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss as each Queen takes to the stage to tell their story.

Nominated for five Olivier Awards in 2019, Six The Musical first opened at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.

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