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Jodie Steele, Carrie Hope Fletcher, T’Shan Williams and Sophie Isaacs in Heathers The Musical

Jodie Steele, Carrie Hope Fletcher, T'Shan Williams and Sophie Isaacs in Heathers The Musical

Six announces the West End’s newest Queen!

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 16 December 2019, Last Updated 19 December 2019

Brace yourselves theatre fans, we have some VERY exciting royal news! Sophie Isaacs will be wearing the crown as Katherine Howard as she joins the cast of Six the musical at the Arts Theatre from Tuesday 21 January.

Jodie Steele, Carrie Hope Fletcher, T'Shan Williams and Sophie Isaacs in Heathers The MusicalJodie Steele, Carrie Hope Fletcher, T’Shan Williams and Sophie Isaacs in Heathers The Musical

Sophie, who is widely known for starring in the leading role of Heather McNamara in the cult West End musical Heathers, is currently starring as Goldilocks in Goldilocks And The Three Bears at the London Palladium. Her stage career aincludes playing Annette in the critically acclaimed premier of Cruel Intentions the musical at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Janet in The Rocky Horror Show, Frenchy in Grease, Sandra Beaumont in Made In Dagenham, Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray and Margot in Legally Blonde.

She will be replacing Vicki Manser who will be leaving Six to take on the alternate Carole King in Beautiful – The Carole King Musical on a UK tour.

Sophie Isaacs in Goldilocks And The Three Bears currently playing at the London PalladiumSophie Isaacs is currently starring in Goldilocks And The Three Bears at the London Palladium

In this critically acclaimed production, follow the six wives of Henry VIII as they take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing 500 year-old of historical heartbreak into a showstopping 75-minute celebration of 21st-century girl power. Featuring a sound-track that has been storming the charts with over 75 million streams to date, the sell-out musical has been nominated for five 2019 Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical, Best Choreography and Best Costume Design!

This sell-out Tudor-take off sure is proving it’s here to stay and if you’d like to catch Sophie Isaacs take to the throne, grab your tickets now.

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