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Photo credit: Cast of Six (Photo by Eleanor Howarth)

‘Six’ extends Lyric Theatre run to April 2021

The Olivier Award-nominated show will return to the West End next week.

Sophie Thomas

Sophie Thomas

February 16, 2022 19:51

UPDATE: On 13 January, it was confirmed that performances of Six are suspended to 1 March. Future decisions on upcoming performances are to be announced.

Before Six reopens at the Lyric Theatre in December, 11 weeks of additional performances have been announced. The show will now run from 5 Dec. 2020 to 18 Apr. 2021, marking the first production at the Lyric since theatres closed in March.

The news comes ahead of easing national lockdown, with theatres allowed to open if they are in lower tier areas. In a tweet from the show, they said: "In these uncertain times and awaiting news from the Government on the new tiering system -specifically which tier London will fall into- the good news is that even if there is another delay, there will be 11 additional weeks to catch SIX at the Lyric before we return to the Arts."

The West End cast remains the same from the Arts Theatre run, which was suspended in March. The cast includes Jarnéia Richard-Noel, Courtney Bowman, Natalie Paris, Alexia McIntosh, Sophie Isaacs, Danielle Steers, Zara Macintosh, Cherelle Jay, Hana Stewart and Collette Guitart.

Six was due to open at the Lyric Theatre in November, however a national lockdown from 5 November - 2 December prevented this. Performances of Six are also scheduled at The Lowry in Salford.

Six is one of many West End productions opening in December, including The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre and the world premiere of The Comeback at the Noel Coward Theatre.

Six is at the Lyric Theatre from 5 Dec. 2020 to 18 Apr. 2021.

Six tickets at the Lyric Theatre are on sale now.

Photo credit: Cast of Six (Photo by Eleanor Howarth)

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