Six Musical Tour, Edinburgh and West End

Following acclaimed concert performances last year at the Arts Theatre, Six the musical featuring the six wives of Henry VIII will undertake a tour and perform at the Edinburgh Festival prior to a London run.

Six Musical Tour, Edinburgh and West EndFrom Tudor queens to pop princesses, the SIX wives of Henry VIII finally take the mic to tell their tale, remixing five hundred years of her-storical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of sisterly sass-itude. Powered by an all-female band and with songs including Ex Wives, Haus of Holbein and Don’t Lose Ur Head, this pop concert musical by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss is widely tipped to be one of the most exciting new shows of 2018.

Prior to the West End premiere, Six will run at Norwich Playhouse (11-14 July) and Cambridge Arts Theatre (17-21 July) and following last year’s sell-out run it will return to the Edinburgh Fringe to the main Underbelly purple cow in George Square (1-27 August).

Six is a co-production between Kenny Wax and Global Musicals. Wendy Barnes of Global Musicals said: “Kenny, Andy and I saw the previous production independently of each other but we were all immediately blown away by the funny, relevant humour and infectious score that these two young talents had created. We are proud to debut their first musical and begin an ambitious and exciting journey for the piece, which is particularly relevant at this time as we strive for female equality and empowerment. These women were so much more than history would have us believe.”

Six is directed by Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage, set design by Emma Bailey and costumes by Gabriella Slade. Casting will be advised soon.


11 – 14 July 2018
Norwich Playhouse

17 – 21 July 2018
Cambridge Arts Theatre

1 – 27 August 2018
Underbelly, George Square, Edinburgh

30 August – 23 September 2018
Arts Theatre, London

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