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Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour make West End transfer

First Published 26 January 2017, Last Updated 31 January 2017

Following a critically-acclaimed opening at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, subsequent UK tour and sell-out run last summer at the National Theatre, Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour will open in the West End in May 2017 at the Duke Of York’s Theatre.

From the creator of Billy Elliot (Lee Hall) comes the uplifting and moving story of six Catholic school girls from Oban, let loose in Edinburgh for the day. Funny, raucous and heart-breaking, Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour is adapted from Alan Warner’s brilliant novel about six young friends on the cusp of change.

Featuring, amongst others, the songs of ELO, Our Ladies is a glorious anthem to friendship, youth and growing up disgracefully, containing singing, hilarity, sambuca and strong language. Prepare thyself for 24 hours of holy chaos. 

Vicky Featherstone’s smash-hit production of Lee Hall’s musical adaptation of Alan Warner’s The Sopranos reunites the original cast members, and opens on 15 May, with previews from 9 May. With tickets from just £10 and all previews priced at £30 and under, over 30,000 tickets will be priced at £30 and under throughout the run.

Tickets go on sale to the public from 31 January, with priority booking from 27 January.

Official London Theatre described the show at the National Theatre as “a musical play fizzing with delightfully rebellious energy, sharp and shocking humour, and a surprisingly tender heart to boot.”

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