Come From Away, the multi award-winning ‘Best Musical' across the globe, announces dates and venues for its first ever tour of the UK and Ireland. This critically acclaimed show comes direct from the West End where it celebrated over 1000 performances and played to more than 850,000 people at the Phoenix Theatre.
As previously announced, the tour will open in Leicester in February 2024. The production will then perform in Liverpool, Cardiff, Plymouth, Southampton, Oxford, Leeds, Birmingham, Hull, Belfast, Ipswich, Sheffield, Newcastle, Bristol, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Nottingham, Wimbledon, Norwich, Wolverhampton, Milton Keynes, and Salford, with further dates to be announced.
For full schedule, information and to be first in line for tickets please go to comefromawaylondon.co.uk
Winner of Best New Musical across the globe, Come From Away shares the incredible real-life story of the 7,000 air passengers from all over the world who were grounded in Canada during the wake of 9/11, and the small Newfoundland community that invited these ‘come from aways' into their lives.
Experience the joyous story and soaring music as spirited locals and global passengers come together and forge friendships that will stay with them forever. The first female American Airlines captain, the quick-thinking town mayor, the mother of a New York firefighter and the eager local news reporter are among the many real characters caught at the start of the moment that changed the course of history, and whose stories became a true celebration of hope, humanity, and unity.
The international hit musical has celebrated record-breaking engagements in the West End, on Broadway, in Canada, throughout Australia, and on a 60-city North American Tour.
Casting for the UK and Ireland tour of Come From Away is still to be announced.
The Come From Away Creative team include Irene Sankoff and David Hein (Book, Music and Lyrics), Christopher Ashley (Director), Kelly Devine (Musical Staging), Ian Eisendrath (Music Supervision and Arrangements), Beowulf Boritt (Scenic Design), Toni-Leslie James (Costume Design), Howell Binkley (Lighting Design), Gareth Owen (Sound Design), David Brian Brown (Hair Design), August Eriksmoen (Orchestrations), Pippa Ailion CDG and Natalie Gallacher CDG (Casting), Tara Overfield Wilkinson (Associate Director), and Richard Hinds (Associate Choreographer).
1 March 2024 – 9 March 2024
12 March 2024 – 23 March 2024
2 April 2024 – 6 April 2024
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
9 April 2024 - 13 April 2024
Theatre Royal Plymouth
16 April 2024 – 20 April 2024
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
23 April 2024 – 27 April 2024
Oxford New Theatre
30 April 2024 – 11 May 2024
Leeds Grand Theatre
21 May 2024 – 1 June 2024
4 June 2024 – 8 June 2024
Hull New Theatre
25 June 2024 – 29 June 2024
Grand Opera House, Belfast
2 July 2024 – 6 July 2024
Ipswich Regent Theatre
9 July 2024 – 20 July 2024
Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
6 August 2024 – 17 August 2024
Newcastle Theatre Royal
20 August 2024 – 31 August 2024
10 September 2024 – 14 September 2024
His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen
17 September 2024 – 21 September 2021
24 September 2024 – 28 September 2024
Kings Theatre, Glasgow
1 October 2024 – 5 October 2024
Nottingham Theatre Royal
8 October 2024 – 12 October 2024
New Wimbledon Theatre
15 October 2024 – 26 October 2024
Norwich Theatre Royal
5 November 2024 – 9 November 2024
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
26 November 2024 – 30 November 2024
Milton Keynes Theatre
3 December 2024 – 5 January 2025
The Lowry, Salford