Tudor Queens Musical
What's On MCR Team Written by  Oct 13, 2018

Tudor Queens Musical

Six wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to retell their stories in SIX

From Tudor queens to pop stars, ‘SIX’ is a 75 minute celebration of sisterly sass-itude remixing 500 years of her-storical heartbreak. Coming to The Lowry, Manchester from Tuesday 4th to Sunday 16th December.




‘SIX’ has already sold over 10,000 tickets and earned a clutch of 5-star reviews at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.



Powered by an all-female band and with songs including ‘Ex-Wives,’ ‘Haus of Holbein’ and ‘Don’t Lose Ur Head,’ this high-octane pop concert musical by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss is widely tipped to be one of the most exciting new West End shows of 2018.



The cast includes Jarneia Richard-Noel (Catherine Of Aragon) was in The Color Purple in Concert at Cadogan Hall. Millie O’Connell (Anne Boleyn) recently appeared in the UK tour of Thoroughly Modern Millie and was understudy Peggy Sawyer, 42nd Street, Theatre Du Chatelet, Paris. Natalie Paris (Jane Seymour) was Louise in Sunday in the Park with George at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Alexia McIntosh (Anna Of Cleves) was Rosa in Godiva Rocks at Belgrade Theatre. Aimie Atkinson (Katherine Howard) was Daniela in In The Heights at Kings Cross Theatre and originated the lead role of Luisa in Zorro the Musical (UK tour). Maiya Quansah-Breed (Catherine Parr) has just graduated from Guildford School of Acting. Grace Mouat, who completes the cast as swing/dance captain, has also just graduated from GSA.

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