Six the Musical – Drive in Concert at the University of Bolton Stadium

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Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Six the Musical - Drive in Concert at the University of Bolton Stadium
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Six the Musical - Live in Concert at University of Bolton Stadium, Manchester, 18–23 August 2020 - Book now

Get your live theatre fix at this open-air drive-in performance of the popular smash-hit musical, Six the Musical.

Back in March, the Coronavirus pandemic brought many performances to a premature close as theatres were forced to shut their doors for the foreseeable future. With restrictions still in place for large gatherings of people, and while touring shows and West End productions have been put on hold, drive-in shows will be permitted under new government rules. Needless to say, we’re over the moon that Six the Musical has managed to find a way for audiences to enjoy the smash-hit musical.

This summer Six the Musical will tour to 12 open-air drive-in venues across the UK, with six live performances at the University of Bolton Stadium. And if any show can get audiences back on their feet to enjoy the magic of live theatre – it has to be Six.

Electrifying and packed with historical heartbreak, this dynamic production presents the story of the six wives of Henry VIII. A modern retelling, each wife takes to the mic to unleash their story resulting in a 75-minute celebration of 21st-century girl power.

With a full backing band on stage, complete choreography and costumes, the show will utilise large screens and light displays, making it a true live performance experience. Three hundred vehicles will be able to attend each show with a maximum of seven people allowed in each car. There will be a space next to each vehicle for audiences to sit, stand, picnic and party.

With a storming soundtrack and a phenomenal cast, grab your crown and enjoy this uplifting festival-style performance this summer.

Six the Musical - Live in Concert at University of Bolton Stadium, Manchester

18–23 August 2020

Accessibility

  • Parent And Baby