Opened: 30th January 2019
Booking Period: 17th October 2020
Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Wednesday & Saturday 14:30
Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
Venue: Phoenix Theatre
Come From Away is a musical by Irene Sankoff and David Hein adapting the true story of how 38 planes were ordered to land in Gander, Canada in the week after the 9/11 attacks. Following runs in numerous major cities of the United States, the show opened in New York in March 2017 and became the longest running Canadian musical in Broadway’s history. The musical opened in the West End in January 2019.
Leading and Supporting
Mary Doherty as Bonnie
Harry Morrison as Oz
Alice Fearn as Beverley
Emma Salvo as Janice
Tarinn Callender as Bob
James Doherty as Claude
Mark Dugdale as Kevin T
Jonathan Andrew Hume as Kevin J/Ali
Cat Simmons as Hannah
Jenna Boyd as Beulah
Alisdair Harvey as Nick/Doug
Kate Graham as Diane
Chiara Baronti, Ricardo Castro, Stuart Hickey, Sorelle Marsh, Alexander McMorran, Micha Richardson, Jennifer Tierney, and Matthew Whennell-Clark
Our reviewers were swept away by Come From Away. We awarded it ★★★★★ and described it as “…an unexpectedly uplifting, inspiring joy.” To read the full review, click here.
Come From Away opened at the Phoenix Theatre in January 2019 and it is currently booking until October 2020. The Phoenix Theatre opened in September 1930. It was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, Bertie Crewe and Cecil Massey in an Italian style with gold engravings, carved wood doors and classic red seats, curtains and carpets.
The Phoenix is owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group and so the best place to purchase tickets for Come From Away is through ATG’s website. For more information on your visit to the Phoenix Theatre, read our guide.
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