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Photo credit: Six West End cast (Photo by Pamela Raith Photography)

‘Six the Musical’ extends booking period through April 2023

Get ready to get down with the Queens.

Sophie Thomas

Sophie Thomas

March 8, 2022 12:07

Six the Musical has extended its West End booking period with an additional year of performances. Six is now running at the Vaudeville Theatre to 2 Apr. 2022.

"As one of the first West End productions to resume performances during the pandemic, and relocate our show to its new forever-home, we are delighted that we have a full-year of Six performances our fans, theatre enthusiasts and new audiences can look forward to", said producers Kenny Wax, Wendy and Andy Barnes and George Stiles.

Six follows Henry VIII's sextet of wives as they come together to share their stories of living with the Tudor monarch. Six made its West End premiere at the Arts Theatre in 2019, and earned five Olivier Award nominations including Best New Musical. Six moved to the Lyric Theatre for a summer season, and then moved to the Vaudeville Theatre in autumn 2021. 

The Six cast includes Amy Di Bartolomeo as Catherine of Aragon, Amanda Lindgren as Anne Boleyn, Claudia Kariuki as Jane Seymour, Dionne Ward-Anderson as Anna of Cleves, Tsemaye Bob-Egbe as Katherine Howard, and Meesha Turner as Catharine Parr. Alternates are Paisley Billings, Roxanne Couch, Danielle Rose, Rachel Rawlinson, and Esme Rothero.

As part of the extension, nine access performances have been confirmed, as well as a singalong performance on 25 September.

Six is by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, with direction by Moss and Jamie Armitage. Choreography is by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, with set design by Emma Bailey, costume design by Gabriella Slade, lighting design by Tim Deiling, and sound design by Paul Gatehouse.

Six the Musical is at the Vaudeville Theatre.

Photo credit: Six West End cast (Photo by Pamela Raith Photography)

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