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West End hit ‘Six’ transfers to the Vaudeville Theatre

West End musical Six will move to London’s Vaudeville Theatre when its run at the Lyric Theatre ends on 29 August 2021.

Described as its ‘forever home’ this will be the shows third West End venue since premiering at the tiny Arts Theatre in 2017 where it played a handful of performances before returning for an extended run in 2019. Following its enforced shut down due to covid the show transferred to the much larger Lyric Theatre for an 11-week socially distanced run, and will now open at the Vaudeville Theatre from 29 September 2021.

Playing 8-shows a week with two performances on Sundays, the current cast features Jarnéia Richard-Noel (Catherine of Aragon), Natalie Paris (Jane Seymour), Alexia McIntosh (Anna of Cleves), Sophie Issacs (Katherine Howard), Courtney Bowman (Anne Boleyn) and Danielle Steers (Catherine Parr).

A new cast – yet to be revealed – will take over from Tuesday 16 November.

What is Six about?

The acclaimed show tells the tale of Henry VIII’s six wives, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a 80-minute celebration of 21st century female power.

Watch the trailer for Six The Musical

Who’s behind it?

Written by Toby Marlowe and Lucy Moss the show stated out at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and fast became a word of mouth hit sensation.

The show is directed by Moss and Jamie Armitage, with choreography by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, set design by Emma Bailey, costume design by Gabriella Slade, lighting design by Tim Deiling, sound design by Paul Gatehouse, musical orchestration by Tom Curran and musical supervision by Joe Beighton.

How can I book tickets?

Six is currently booking until 29 August 2021 at the Lyric Theatre, London. You can book tickets here.

From 29 September 2021, Six is booking until 1 May 2022 at the Vaudeville Theatre. You can book tickets here.


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