One of the most celebrated musicals of all time, Once will embark on its first major UK tour from January 2020, making its York premiere at Grand Opera House from Monday 3 – Saturday 8 February 2020.
“Under Three Moons is about a male friendship, two men growing together, a relationship that’s close but often unarticulated. And how that lack of lack of direct expression can become the defining trait in a life.”
“This year, there are really strong strands to the festival, which will resonate differently with everyone – from contemporary theatre to diverse music, the best in family entertainment and outdoor spectacles. Our focus has been on creating unforgettable experiences, using our spaces in an innovative way, which fully embraces our mission and commitment to delivering unusual quality productions and performers for all – enabling everyone to keep seeing things differently.”
“The play has strong messages of friendship, conflict, challenging prejudice – but most of all love. We are excited to be bringing the show back to Manchester in September for a longer run.”
“The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the world’s greatest platform for creative expression, and a successful run at the festival will ensure a strong legacy for First Time, allowing us to reach more people with our key messages through future tours.”
From the Producers of ‘Rip it Up The 50s’ and ‘Rip It Up The 60s’ – which sold over 100,000 tickets and received 5 star reviews across the UK, with the latter enjoying a sell-out 4 month run at the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End – Rip It Up The 70s will tour the UK
“Twelve years ago, Lost Soul opened at the Royal Court. Two more runs and over 50,000 jubilant people later I finally got round to writing a sequel after being asked about 50,000 times!
In this adrenaline-fuelled explosion of extreme urban sports, dance, music and theatre, the Netherlands’ ISH Dance Collective create breathtaking poetry with every single moment at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.