“Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived”: everyone knows the story of Henry VII’s wives - Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr- but have we heard their stories? In this energetic and dazzling pop musical, Henry VII’s six wives take the mic and tell their stories through spine tingling power-ballads, catchy anthems and techno tunes which will move your feet. A production which (literally) screams girl power, you will leave the theatre feeling inspired and empowered!
Originally showing at the Edinburgh Fringe festival in 2017, Six the Musical has exploded into the theatrical arena after moving to the West End, touring the UK, presenting internationally and being nominated for five Olivier Awards. Produced by friends Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, this unique histo-remixed pop-concert musical is the hottest show right now- join the frenzy and see what it’s all about!
Six the Musical running time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Six the Musical age recommendation: 10+
Given that most of Henry VII’s wives met a dreadful fate, the main premise of Six the Musical is centered around who had the worst time as Henry VII’s wife. However, their reason for deciding this has a 21st century twist; the ladies are forming a pop group and competing for the title as lead singer. To decide who this should be, the Queens tell their tales of woe through spectacular pop music in their own individual style- now it is their time to shine!
While Six the Musical is a West End show, it is also an empowering pop concert; the incredible variety of music and flawless performances create a truly unique and uplifting theatrical experience!
The Arts Theatre has won Best Theatrical Venue in the 2016 Broadway World Awards and as an independent commercial theatre, it hosts a wide variety of entertainment of all genres.
London Arts Theatre location
Located in the centre of the West End, the full address is:
6-7 Great Newport Street
The London Arts Theatre can be accessed by tube, bike and car.Tube: the nearest tube station is Leicester Square. Take the Cambridge Circus exit (Exit 3) and the London Arts Theatre can be found on the first street on the right.
Cycling: Santander cycle hire
There are docking stations near the theatre on Little Newport Street, St.Martin’s Lane and Moor Street. More information can be found on the Santander cycle website https://www.santandercycles.co.uk/
Parking: the theatre is not part of the Westminster Theatre Parking Scheme but Parkopedia is a useful way of finding parking nearby.
Accessibility: The Foyer cafe and Box office are accessible from the street, as is the main auditorium circle. The theatre provides dedicated wheelchair space in the main auditorium circle. On enquiry, additional spaces for wheelchair users may be provided.However, unfortunately, performances in Above the Arts are not accessible for wheelchair users. Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome to come in the auditorium. Please discuss this with a member of the Box Office team when you book.
If you are registered as disabled and require a full time carer, the theatre sometimes offers discount. However, this depends on the performance as the Arts theatre is the receiving house.
Access performances:Audio Described: Sat 29th June 2019 4pm
Captioned: Friday 5th July 2019 8pm
BSL: Saturday 20th July 2019 4pm
To book please call 020 7836 8463 or email the Box Office firstname.lastname@example.org
Cloakroom: there are no cloakroom facilities at the Arts Theatre and they will be unable to store large items
Bag checks are in operation for visitors comfort and security.
Tickets prices range from £21.50 to £64.75 (plus 1.50 booking fee).
With a 350-seat capacity, the Arts Theatre is split into the Stalls, The Circle and the Circle slips.
The Stalls: located at stage level, the stalls seats vary in price; some of the best seats in the house are in the middle of the stalls and are £64.75, while others are 32.75 right at the front, the back or 49.75 slightly to the sides.
The Circle: above the stalls, these seats can give you an amazing view of the stage. While the best and most expensive seats at £64.75 are closest to the balcony seats further back are cheaper.
Circle Slips: located in the right hand and left hand side of the theatre, these seating areas have slightly restricted viewing and have the cheapest tickets. Still enjoy an amazing theatrical experience!
Group and School rates are available at the Arts Theatre- please call the Box Office on 02078368463
If you are looking for cheap tickets for Six The Musical, remember that the tickets are cheaper in the Circle Slips, at the back and front of the Stalls and at the back of the Circle. These seats may have slightly restricted viewing or less leg room, but you can still enjoy an amazing theatrical experience !
Box office opening times: Monday to Saturday 10am until 6pm
Recommended age: children under 10 will not be admitted into the theatre.
Warning: contains strobe lighting
Six the Musical showtimes will be extended until the 5th of July 2020.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday at 8pm
Thursday 6pm & 8.30pm
Saturday 4pm & 8pm
Sunday 4pm and 7pm
Extra performances 28 May, 6 August, 20 August and 22 October at 4pm.
Monday 23rd, 30th December: 4pm&6pm
Tuesday, Wednesday: no performances
Thursday 26th December: 4pm & 7pm
Thursday 2nd January: 4pm & 8pm
Friday 27th December, 3rd January: 8pm
Saturday 28th December, 4th January: 4pm
Sunday 29th December, 5th January: 4pm&7pm
Six the Musical is at London’s West End until July 2020!
The current cast of Six features Jarneia Richard-Noel as Catherine of Aragon; Millie O’Connell as Anne Boleyn; Natalie Paris as Jane Seymour; Alexia McIntosh as Anna of Cleves; Aimie Atkinson as Katherine Howard and Maiya Quansah-Breed as Catherine Parr.
Yes, Six the Musical is visiting the major UK cities: Tue, 18th February 2020 to Sun, 23rd February 2020 Theatre Royal, Bath Tue, 3rd March 2020 to Sat, 7th March 2020 Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool Tue, 10th March 2020 to Sat, 14th March 2020 Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton Tue, 17th March 2020 to Sat, 21st March 2020 Theatre Royal, Brighton Wed, 25th March 2020 to Sun, 29th March 2020 Theatre Royal, Nottingham Tue, 31st March 2020 to Sun, 5th April 2020 Churchill Theatre, Bromley Tue, 7th April 2020 to Sun, 12th April 2020 Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea Tue, 21st April 2020 to Sat, 25th April 2020 Theatr Clwyd, Mold Tue, 28th April 2020 to Sat, 2nd May 2020 Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield Tue, 5th May 2020 to Sun, 10th May 2020 Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre), Dublin Wed, 13th May 2020 to Sun, 17th May 2020 Hull New Theatre, Hull» Tue, 19th May 2020 to Sun, 24th May 2020 Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Wed, 27th May 2020 to Sun, 31st May 2020 Theatre Royal, Plymouth Tue, 2nd June 2020 to Sun, 7th June 2020 Belgrade Theatre, Coventry Tue, 9th June 2020 to Sun, 14th June 2020 Curve, Leicester Tue, 16th June 2020 to Sat, 20th June 2020 Grand Theatre and Opera House, Leeds Mon, 22nd June 2020 to Sat, 27th June 2020 Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne Wed, 1st July 2020 to Sun, 5th July 2020 Mayflower Theatre, Southampton Tue, 7th July 2020 to Sat, 11th July 2020 Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol Tue, 14th July 2020 to Sun, 19th July 2020 Theatre Royal, Norwich Tue, 21st July 2020 to Sat, 25th July 2020 Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham Tue, 25th August 2020 to Sat, 29th August 2020 Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes Mon, 12th October 2020 to Sat, 24th October 2020 Theatre Royal, Bath Mon, 9th November 2020 to Sat, 14th November 2020 New Victoria Theatre, Woking
The Six the Musical UK tour cast is Jarneia Richard-Noel as Catherine of Aragon; Millie O’Connell as Anne Boleyn; Natalie Paris as Jane Seymour; Alexia McIntosh as Anna of Cleves; Aimie Atkinson as Katherine Howard and Maiya Quansah-Breed as Catherine Parr.
Some of the main songs from Six the Musical’s soundtrack are Ex-Wives", "No Way", "Anne Boleyn (Interlude)" – The Queens”, "Don't Lose Ur Head", "Heart of Stone" ,"Haus of Holbein" ,"Haus of Holbein (Playoff)", "Get Down", "All You Wanna Do" ,"I Don't Need Your Love","I Don't Need Your Love (Remix)", "Six" – "Megasix"
Six the Musical tells the stories of Henry VIII’s wives who famously “divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived”. Henry VIII's wives are forming a pop group and they are battling for who should be the lead singer.
The running time of Six the Musical is 1 hour 15 minutes.
Six the Musical was written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss.
Six the Musical is suitable for ages 10 +
Six the Musical was first presented by the Cambridge Students Union in 2017 at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Six the Musical is playing at the London art’s theatre until January 2020.
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