The smash-hit musical that you don't want to miss: SIX
Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived – and live in concert!
A message from the producers
The producers of SIX THE MUSICAL are sincerely disappointed to announce that as a result of the Government’s most recent advice to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the forthcoming Wellington season is now postponed.
The health, safety and well-being of our staff, artists, audiences and our community will always be paramount and the producers are working on reviewing options to reschedule.
We sincerely thank the audiences and fans of SIX for their support of the full production team, cast, crew and musicians of the show, and look forward to being able to notify future season dates as soon as possible.
Ticket holders for all future performances will be contacted by Ticketmaster directly with refunds to be organised to the original credit card holder. There is no need to contact Ticketmaster unless you have been requested to provide further information.
SIX was first presented by Cambridge University students at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017 and has since gone on to professional productions in the West End, Broadway and around the world.
The set-up of SIX is that each of Henry VIII’s famously ill-fated wives take turns singing and telling their story of tragedy and heartbreak in a competition to see who has suffered the most, and therefore, has earned the role of becoming the group’s new lead singer.
During the performance you’ll get to know six fierce women; Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anna of Cleves, Katherine Howard and Catherine Parr. In a rave review for the Sydney Morning Herald, Harriet Cunningham observed that, “the beauty of this show is the way it presents six genuinely three-dimensional characters, not only with their signature moves and cheeky backchat, but also with an emotional depth and historical context, the poignancy of which may catch you by surprise.”
Kick-ass musical about Henry VIII's wives channels its inner Beyoncé
The Evening Standard
The soundtrack is inspired by the contemporary queens of pop from Beyoncé to Britney, Ariana to Adele and more, and is storming up the UK pop-charts and has had millions of streams globally.
Remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of 21st century girl power, don’t miss your chance to see the phenomenon that audiences and reviewers alike are losing their heads over.