Live at the Phoenix Theatre
The critically acclaimed musical Come From Away, the moving tale that captured the spirit of true events that transpired in the wake of 9/11.
Winning four Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical, Come From Away has swept the West End being praised with a wave of five star reviews from both critics and the public alike.
Come From Away tells the story of what happened to a small town called Gander,Newfoundland and Labrador during the events of September 11, 2001, when 38 planes had to unexpectedly land. The small community had to rally together throughout the struggle and accommodate nearly 7,000 passengers following the tragedy of 9/11. Many of the characters are based upon real-life passengers, including Nick and Diane Marson, a Brit and an American who fell in love in real life following the disaster.
Tony® and Grammy® nominated writers Irene Sankoff and David Hein have taken the accounts of those involved and created a musical full of charm, wit and compassion.
Come From Away stars Rachel Tucker (Wicked) as Annette, Beverly Bass and others.Joining her is David Thaxton as Garth, Kevin Tuerff and others; Clive Carter as Claude Elliot and others; Nathanael Campbell as Bob and others; Emma Salvo as Janice Mosher and others; Jonathan Andrew Hume as Ali, Kevin Jung and others; Mary Doherty as Bonnie Harris and others; Robert Hands as Doug, Nick Marson and others; Harry Morrison as Oz Fudge and others; Helen Hobson as Diane Gray and others; Cat Simmons as Hannah O’Rourke and others; and Jenna Boyd as Beulah Davis and others. The show is directed by Christopher Ashley.
Access: There will be a BSL interpreted performance Monday 21 October at 19:30
and a captioned performance Monday 11 November at 19:30
Rachel Tucker - Annette, Beverly Bass and others
David Thaxton - Garth, Kevin Tuerff and others
Clive Carter - Claude Elliot and others
Nathanael Campbell - Bob and others
Emma Salvo - Janice Mosher and others
Jonathan Andrew Hume - Ali, Kevin Jung and others
Mary Doherty - Bonnie Harris and others
Robert Hands - Doug, Nick Marson and others
Harry Morrison - Oz Fudge and others
★★★★★ THE TIMES - "This musical gets everything right. Irresistible and inspiring."
★★★★★ TIME OUT - "This miraculous masterpiece is totally, soul-feedingly wonderful."
THE DAILY BEAST - "A celebration of the best of humankind."
THE GUARDIAN - "A global phenomenon, and you can see why."