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An extraordinary true story about an ordinary young man, THE LITTLE BIG THINGS plays at London’s @sohoplace for a limited time in 2023!
Based on the Sunday Times best-selling autobiography by Henry Fraser, THE LITTLE BIG THINGS is a new British musical with an explosive theatrical pop soundtrack in a world premier production.
This uplifting and colourful new musical is a life-affirming story of courage, transformation and a reminder that it’s the little things that really do matter the most.
Following his Olivier-Award-winning and Tony-nominated production of & Juliet, and Fringe to West End hit, My Son’s a Queer, THE LITTLE BIG THINGS is directed by Luke Sheppard, and features music by Nick Butcher, lyrics by Nick Butcher and Tom Ling and book by Joe White.
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When one moment changes everything, Henry finds himself split between a past he no longer recognises and a future he can’t even begin to imagine. As he learns to navigate this new world, can he find a way to take control of his life, and keep his family from falling apart?
Tickets available for performances from Saturday 2nd September – Saturday 25th November 2023
Henry Fraser (Autobiography), Nick Butcher (Music and Lyrics), Tom Ling (Lyrics), Joe White (Book), Luke Sheppard (Director), Colin Richmond (Set Design), Mark Smith (Choreography), Fay Fullerton (Costume Design), Howard Hudson (Lighting Design), Paul Gatehouse (Sound Design)
Jonny Amies (Henry Fraser), Ed Larkin (Henry Fraser), Jordan Benjamin (Dom Fraser), Jamie Chatterton (Tom Fraser), Alasdair Harvey (Andrew Fraser), Linzi Hateley (Fran Fraser), Cleve September (Will Fraser), Rebecca Bowden (Surgeon), Gracie McGonigal (Katie), Tom Oliver (Marco), Malinda Parris (Dr Graham), Amy Trigg (Agnes), Stephen John Davis (Company), Elena Pitsiaeli (Company), George Salmon (Company), Amy West (Company), Joseph Wolff (Company)
Please note: this production contains flashing lights, haze, loud noises and some strong language.
'Exuberant, inclusive and raucous. One of the most uplifting, heart swelling shows in ages'
'One remarkable show '
'Remarkable. Full of the joy of being alive '
'Jaw dropping, phenomenal and inspirational '
'It’s universal, hopeful, involving and I really can’t wait to see it again'
'An immense crowd pleaser'
'History making '
'This HEART SOARING PRODUCTION…feels genuinely GROUND-BREAKING to see this show on the west end stage'
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