West End musical sensation ‘Six‘ and the newly opened play ‘Magic Goes Wrong‘ have both extended their booking periods in London.
Six extends at the Arts Theatre
The five-time Olivier Award-nominated Six announced it is now booking up to 31 January 2021 at the Arts Theatre.
The smash-hit musical from writers Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss tells the stories of Henry VIII’s wives and their experiences of being married to the all-powerful Tudor King. Featuring original songs heavily influence by contemporary music, the Tudor queens have been given a pop style makeover which, by its nightly standing ovations, has been a huge hit with audiences.
The show, which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018 transferred to its current venue, the Arts Theatre in early 2019 where it celebrated its first birthday at the venue last week. The show continues its open-ended run with a stellar cast including Jarneia Richard-Noel (as Catherine of Aragon), Courtney Bowman (as Anne Boleyn), Natalie Paris (as Jane Seymour), Alexia McIntosh (as Anna of Cleves) and Danielle Steers (Catherine Parr).
Sophie Isaacs, most recently seen in West End productions Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Heathers The Musical joins the cast from 21 January 2020 as Katherine Howard.
Six is now booking until 31 January 2021 at the Arts Theatre.
Six tickets are now available.
Magic Goes Wrong extends at the Vaudeville Theatre
Mischief Theatre’s latest West End offering in the ‘Goes Wrong‘ brand, ‘Magic Goes Wrong‘ also announced an extension to its West End run; it has now extended 3-months and is booking until 30 August 2020 at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Magic Goes Wrong is a collaboration between Mischief Theatre and legendary American magicians Penn & Teller. The surprise collaboration came about after one of the pair saw the US production of The Play That Goes Wrong and enjoyed it so much he went backstage to meet the cast and the idea for the show was born.
Combining Mischief Theatre’s talent for slap-stick comedy and Penn & Teller’s on-stage trickery, the play sees the cast don their top hat and tails as they become magicians, attempting to raise as much money as possible at a charity event. As the accidents spiral out of control, so does their fundraising target and your enjoyment! You can read our round-up of reviews but the consensus is the show is a fun night out.
Magic Goes Wrong is booking until 30 August 2020 at the Vaudeville Theatre, London.
Magic Goes Wrong tickets are now available.