SIX The Musical (Vaudeville Theatre)
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Come and hear Henry VIII’s six wives tell it their way!
What’s Six The Musical about?
Divorced. Beheaded. LIVE in concert! Meet the six wives of Henry VIII as you’ve never seen them before. These wives are fit, fierce and feisty. Writers Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss have done for the Tudors what Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton did for America’s Founding Fathers. Furthermore, these British wonderkids have created a storming sound-track of medieval mastery fused with anthemic pop and it’s an instant classic! Their intoxicating Tudor take-off stormed the Edinburgh Fringe. What’s more, it created such a buzz that Londoners demanded a royal audience too!
Think ‘Little Mix meets a grown-up Horrible Histories plus a little bit of Eurovision’ and you’ve got Six The Musical in a nutshell!
Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anna of Cleves, Katherine Howard and Catherine Parr: These six Tudor Queens became Pop Princesses overnight. Now, Henry VIII’s wives take to the mic to tell their tales, cramming five centuries of historical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of 21st century girl power. But which Queen will win your heart?
This homegrown histo-remix is now back and rocking the Arts Theatre, London.
Six The Musical songs
From the first, pulsating, thrumming drums, you’ll be drawn in to the up-town-funky Ex-Wives, and the sassy No Way. Then, step aside Catherine of Aragon and make way for Anne Boleyn/Don’t Lose Ur Head! Our hearts break every time we hear the Adele-like Heart of Stone, but then we’re straight back up and laughing our heads off (literally in some cases) with the Haus of Holbein. Finally, check out the rest of the Six The Musical score here, including Get Down, All You Wanna Do, I Don’t Need Your Love and Six.
Six The Musical awards
The brilliant Six The Musical has bagged multiple awards including: Best off West End Production (WhatsOnStage Awards) and Best Costume Designer (Off West End Awards). But that’s not all! Six also scooped Best Ensemble in a Play or Musical (BroadwayWorld Awards), Best UK Cast Recording (Curtain Up Show Album), Musical of the Year (Spy in the Stalls Awards), Best Musical Production, Best Ensemble and Best Musical Direction (JEFF Awards in Chicago). Along with those came multiple award nominations including SIX WhatsOnStage and FIVE Olivier Award nominations and Best Theatre Show at the prestigious London Lifestyle Awards.
Six fascinating facts about Six The Musical
1. Writers Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss worked on the show together during their final terms at Cambridge University. Marlow’s degree is in English and Lucy read History. Clearly, the perfect combination for a historical musical.
2. All Six The Musical casting breakdowns request female-identifying performers, or gender non-conforming performers who are comfortable playing a female identifying character – a big step forward for the Tudors.
3. When sickness struck the cast, writer Toby Marlow appeared as Catherine Parr for two sold out shows, stepping in on 28 July 2019. We think that’s pretty cool.
4. Six The Musical has taken social media by storm, with TikTok engagement in particular suddenly turning the Tudors into the new Kardashians!
5. Six The Musical was the first musical to resume performances in London after the pandemic. London will be forever grateful.
6. Writers Toby and Lucy met at an ATM when Toby ‘fan-girled’ Lucy following a performance of a gritty drama she’d directed, called Road. We have a lot to thank that ATM for!
What the critics say about Six The Musical
“75 minutes of exhilarating entertainment from 6 killer Queens. They will, they will rock you!” Daily Express
“Captivating and exhilarating and unashamedly British… Do yourself a favour and go party with Six. You won’t regret it.” Attitude
“Hamilton move over, there’s a new retelling in town…sassy, funny, sexy and funky… I predict a hit.” The Times
“This Tudor take-off is perfectly executed.” Metro
“Bursting at the corset with 21st Century sass and attitude.” Daily Mail
Book the best seats now for Six The Musical and shout YAS QUEEN! at the show The Evening Standard called “The most uplifting piece of British Musical Theatre I have ever had the privilege to watch”.
1 hour 15 minutes – no interval
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Seat Selection Info
Online check-in will be required for this event. You will receive an email 48 hours before your performance.
Good To Know
Thursday 4th August, 5:30pm
Sunday 13th November, 7pm
Thursday 11th August, 8:30pm
Sunday 20th November, 7pm
Sunday 21st August, 7pm
Sunday 27th November, 4pm
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How Does It Work
Online Check-in will be required for this event
To assist with test and trace the venue are introducing an airline-style check-in.
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- The venue will only accept E-ticket for admittance
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No refunds or exchanges after purchase.
Where Do I Go
Vaudeville Theatre, 404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
Jan 25, 2023
SUCH an amazing performance, the vocals were incredible !!!!
Jan 23, 2023
Our family regularly goes to different West End productions. Except from spending on costumes and a few visual effects you wouldn’t need to go further than Covent Garden street performance. Definitely wouldn’t need to pay £160 for the tickets for 4of us. My son, who has been performing in drama school for 7 years, said that choreography could’ve been made on the spot and vocals were mostly screaming in microphone with not much distinction for words. The exception is the 3rd wife Jane Seymour, whose voice was beautiful and more mature. Definitely a niche for youngsters who don’t know anything better than Tic Tock. Not much about history either - who on Earth thought to make competition of who had more miscarriages. If the wives didn’t turn in their graves, mum of the producer should really be ashamed of that shoddy, crass taste. I definitely was ashamed for taking my children and my friend who really likes musicals. On the positive note my daughter liked Ann Boleyn’s green costume, which I didn’t think suited the actress. The only costume that I find beautiful was Katherine’s Parr.
Jan 22, 2023
Me and my partner took my daughters as their Christmas present as they love the six songs. They had the best time.