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Six The Musical – Photo by Idil Sukan

Six The Musical - Photo by Idil Sukan

SIX The Musical announces sing-along West End performance

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell First Published 21 February 2019, Last Updated 22 February 2019

The queens of Six The Musical are putting on a sing-along performance on 6 June 2019, where fans will be encouraged to sing along, dress-up and fully get involved.

Properly getting into the concert-style vibe of the show, audience members will be able to become part of the Six girl group (without needing a divorce or losing their head). There’s no no no no way you’re going to want to miss this opportunity to get down with these incredible queens!

Six Sing-Along performance

The audience is also encouraged to come dressed as their favourite Six queen. So whether you want to go as classic Cleves, want to party like Parr, or go sassy as Seymour, the sing-along night is the night to do it! And it’ll be worth the effort, as one lucky Six fan will be crowned ‘Queen for the Night’ and win a unique Singalong SIX poster signed by the cast from that night’s show.

Writers Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow, speaking from Chicago where they are casting the first US production of SIX, said: “OMG this is going to be so much fun! We honestly have the best fans in the West End, and they are going to Take. The. Roof. Off. The. Arts. Theatre!

Ever since the album was released, we have been blown away by the engagement and support from everyone – we are constantly amazed by videos people post online singing/dancing/lip-syncing along to the tracks. It’s so wonderful to see how much these songs mean to some people and so we cannot wait to give them a chance to get their Queen on! We really hope our Sing Along SIX night will be a chance for our energetic, passionate audiences to be a step closer to our talented cast. This unique performance promises a royal night at the theatre, a celebration party and a pop concert all in one. We can’t wait to be there to join in the fun!”

The cast of Six The Musical (Photo: Idil Sukan)

Six The Musical is a unique retelling of the part of history we’ve all learnt at school; Henry VIII and his six wives. But this time, the wives take the mic and reclaim their story in her-story, as they each take it in turns to sing their hearts out.

And audiences are clearly loving the music of this runaway hit show, with The SIX Studio Cast Album played over 6 million times, getting 60,000 streams a day and winning Best UK Cast Recording in The Curtain Up Show Album of The Year Awards 2018.

The Six The Musical sing-along show will take place on 6 June at the Arts Theatre at the 8.30pm show.

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