The Edinburgh fringe show written by two university students has somehow become a huge musical hit! This concert-style 80-minute show features the wives of Tudor king Henry VIII like you’ve never seen them before. If you haven’t discovered this gem yet then read my top tips on how to get cheap Six tickets from as little as £19.50.
Have a listen
|Running time||80 minutes, no interval|
|Booking until||29 October 2023|
|Performances||Tue, Wed, Fri 8pm|
Thu 5:30pm & 8:30pm
Sat 4pm & 8pm
Sun 4pm & 7pm
Why should I see it?
- Voted Best West End show by audiences at the 2022 WhatsOnStage Awards
- Nominated for five Olivier Awards including Best New Musical
- Winner of Best Original Score at the 2022 Tony Awards
“Six is a show that no-one expected to be a hit, yet it’s taken the modern musical genre to another level. I first saw the show in its early days at the Edinburgh Fringe – now it’s a West End staple and even rocking Broadway! The concert-style show features a ton of catchy tunes written with pop stars such as Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Adele and Lily Allen. But you’d be wrong in thinking it only attracts a young crowd – it appeals to everyone. It’s witty, funny and also raises up women, preaching the message that they shouldn’t be defined by a man’s existence alone. It’s an hour in the theatre that will leave you pumped (and singing the songs constantly for a week afterwards…)”
How do I get cheap Six tickets?
It may be the hot ticket in town, but cheap Six tickets are a thing! Read on to find out how to see the show from just £19.50.
Last-minute cheap tickets
Six is definitely one of the more popular West End tickets so there’s only really one way to see the show last minute, and without breaking the bank. TodayTix has £25 rush tickets on sale every day for performances the same day. Just go onto the app at 10am and be quick – these are popular ones! For more information on rush tickets check out my dedicated guide.
Cheap tickets for booking ahead
Being a short show, even top price tickets for Six are generally cheaper than a lot of other West End musicals. Saying that, there’s still money to be saved. Seats traditionally classed as ‘restricted view’ in this theatre actually aren’t as bad for this production. For most of the show, Six only really uses the front and centre of the stage, meaning side views and those with obstructions from the overhang are better than you may expect. So if you’re looking to spend a little more, those £39.50 front row seats or the £29.50 front grand circle seats are pretty good value for your money.
The cheapest seats are priced at £19.50 – these are situated in the back row of the stalls and the back row and sides of the grand circle. Reviews for these seats are quite favourable – I’d opt for the rear grand circle ones over others as there is little rake in the stalls, meaning if you’re on the shorter side you might spend the performance looking at someone’s head! It’s a small theatre so the circles don’t feel too far away from the action. Don’t forget to check the view from your seat on Seat Plan before you book.
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