Why See Six?
Five Olivier award nominations for six
SIX is 2019's Olivier award nominee for Best New Musical.
Henry the VIII's hunt for an heir and his love of beheadings has made him one of the most famous monarchs in Britain's history with the tale of his six unfortunate wives the stock of any school history lesson. Created by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, Six tells the story of these famous women.
After a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and West End run back in the autumn of 2018, SIX now returns to bring this high-octane concert style show back for another electrifying West End run. With songs like "Ex Wives", "Haus of Holbein" and "Don't Lose Ur Head" taking inspiration from contemporary pop to re-write history, Six brings a night packed full of fun, laughter and six sassy Queens ready to tell their story.
Opening night: 16 January 2019
Cast and Creative
Jarneia Richard-Noel as Catharine of Aragon
Millie O'Connell as Anne Boleyn (until October 13)
Courtney Bowman as Anne Boleyn (from October 15)
Natalie Paris as Jane Seymour
Alexia McIntosh as Anne of Cleves
Aimie Atkinson as Katherine Howard
Maiya Quansah-Breed as Catharine Parr (until October 13)
Danielle Steers as Catherine Parr (from October 15)
Grace Mouat as a Swing
Collette Guitart as the understudy
Shekinah as Macfarlane as alternate Catherine of Aragon and Anna of Cleves
Written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss
Directed by Lucy Moss
Orchestrated by Tom Curran
Choreographed by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille
Olivier Awards, 2019 - nominations
Best New Musical
Best Costume Design
Best Theatre Choreographer - Carrie-Anne Ingrouille
Outstanding Achievement in Music
Best Actress in a Supporting Role In A Musical - Jarneia Richard-Noel, Millie O'Connell, Natalie Paris, Alexia McIntosh, Aimie Atkinson and Maiya Quansah-Breed
What's On Stage Awards, 2019
Best Off-West End Production
What we thought
Uplifting SISTERLY sassiness
The transformation of the wives into a modern-day girl pop group, vying for X factor type glory...is a brilliant adaptation
The Spice Girls might have reunited but they've got a run for their money in the unexpected form of Henry VIII's wives. But unlike their static portraits (and positions in history), these girls can sing and dance and put on a dazzling performance.Read full review
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