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COME FROM AWAY ANNOUNCE UK & IRELAND TOUR DATES


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Come From Away, the multi award-winning ‘Best Musical’ across the globe, announces dates and venues for its first ever tour of the UK and Ireland.

The UK & Ireland tour will open at the Curve Theatre Leicester on 1st March 2024.

The production will then head to the Liverpool Empire (12nd – 23rd March), Millennium Centre Cardiff (2nd – 6th April), Theatre Royal Plymouth (9th – 13th April), Southampton Mayflower (16th – 20th April), Oxford New Theatre (23rd – 27th April), Leeds Grand (30th April – 11th May), Birmingham Hippodrome (21st May – 1st June), Hull New Theatre (4th – 8th June), Belfast Grand Opera House (25th – 29th June), Ipswich Regent Theatre (2nd – 6th July), Newcastle Theatre Royal (6th – 17th August), Bristol Hippodrome (20th – 31st August), Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre (10th – 14th September), Edinburgh Playhouse (17th – 21st September), Glasgow Kings Theatre (24th – 28th September), Nottingham Theatre Royal (1st – 5th October), New Wimbledon Theatre (8th – 12nd October), Norwich Theatre Royal (15th – 26th October), Milton Keynes Theatre (26th November – 30th November), and The Lowry Salford (3rd December 2024 – 5th January 2025), with further dates to be announced.


7,000 Stranded Passengers. One Small Town. A Remarkable True Story.

Winner of four Olivier Awards including Best New Musical in London and the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical on Broadway, this smash hit show shares the incredible real-life story of the 7,000 air passengers from all over the world who were grounded in Canada during the wake of 9/11, and the small Newfoundland community that invited these ‘come from aways’ into their lives with open hearts.


Experience this joyous story and soaring music as spirited locals and global passengers come together to forge friendships that will stay with them forever. The first female American Airlines captain, the quick-thinking town mayor, the mother of a New York firefighter and the eager local news reporter are among the many real characters caught at the start of the moment that changed the course of history and whose stories became a true celebration of hope, humanity and unity.

Tony Award-winning director Christopher Ashley alongside Olivier Award-winning writers Irene Sankoff and David Hein bring this uplifting true story to the stage in a life-affirming production that has audiences on their feet night after night.

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