Opened: 17th January 2019
Booking Period: 5th July 2020
Show Times: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 20:00, Thursday 18:00 & 20:30, Saturday & Sunday 16:00, and Sunday 19:00
Running Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Venue: Arts Theatre
Six is a musical by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss which tells the tales of the six wives of King Henry VIII: Catherine of Aragon, divorced; Anne Boleyn, beheaded; Jane Seymour, died; Anne of Cleves, divorced; Katherine Howard, beheaded; and Catherine Parr, survived. The musical debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017 and attracted great interest. Following a short engagement at the Arts Theatre, a short UK tour, another stint at the Edinburgh Fringe, Six transferred to the Arts Theatre once again in August 2018. This run proved so popular that the musical announced it would return to the Arts in January 2019, and it is currently booking into January 2020.
Jarneia Richard-Noel as Catherine of Aragon
Courtney Bowman as Anne Boleyn
Natalie Paris as Jane Seymour
Alexia McIntosh as Anne of Cleves
Aimee Atkinson as Katherine Howard
Danielle Steers as Catherine Parr
Understudies and Swing
Grace Mouat, Vicki Manser, and Courtney Stapleton
Six opened at the Arts Theatre in January 2019 and is currently booking until 5th July 2020. The Arts Theatre is the West End’s smallest theatre with a 350 seat capacity. The venue was originally a members’ club where unlicensed plays were performed, but was converted into a theatre in 2000. The best place to buy tickets for Six is through the Arts Theatre’s website. For more information on your visit to the Arts Theatre, read our guide.
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