Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses: SIX The Musical rescheduled to 2021

Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses: SIX The Musical rescheduled to 2021

Posted on: 23 Jun 2020

It’s the tale of King Henry VIII’s six wives like you’ve never seen before. SIX: The Musical is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome. 


Divorced, beheaded and died? It’s time to forget that narrative.


In this 5-time Olivier Award-nominated production, King Henry’s six wives take centre stage to tell their story, but not in the way you might expect.


Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, all performances at the Bristol Hippodrome have been suspended until at least early August.


It has meant the 2020 run of SIX: The Musical at the Bristol Hippodrome has been rescheduled for 2021.


SIX: The Musical will now run at the Bristol Hippodrome from Tuesday 27 April until Saturday 1 May 2021.


All original tickets and seats purchased remain valid, with more tickets available here.

SIX: The Musical is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome

From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, SIX sees each ex-spouse take to mic in the form of a pop concert.


Together, the Queens remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a celebration of C21st sisterly sass-itude.


Now, they’re divorced, beheaded and LIVE in concert.


A rebellious and intoxicating contemporary interpretation of historical events, SIX is as much about the music as it is girl power, rejection of the patriarchy and survival.


The musical’s soundtrack has received serious critical acclaim, whilst the production has enjoyed rave reviews from the likes of The Evening Standard, The Times and Metro.



So, where did it all start? SIX was born in 2017 at the University of Cambridge. After a successful stint at the Edinburgh Fringe, the production began to storm the international stage.


In 2020, the production was set to see Broadway, Chicago and Sydney Opera House. So don't wait around: catch the budding-cult classic next year at the Bristol Hippodrome.


Get tickets for SIX: The Musical's rescheduled run at the Bristol Hippodrome here

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Kate Hutchison


Kate Hutchison

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