Why Am I So Single? tickets

At the Garrick Theatre, London

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Why Am I So Single artwork poster

Age recommendation and guidance: 14+

Running time: 2hrs 30min including interval

Imagine being soooo cool, interesting, and fun – and yet, somehow, finding yourself perpetually single…!? That’s the extraordinary and unique situation faced by two best pals in WHY AM I SO SINGLE?

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At the Garrick Theatre from 27 August 2024 to 13 February 2025

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Oh, and on a completely unrelated note, they also happen to be musical theatre writers looking for an important subject matter to make their next show about.

From the writers of SIX, Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, comes WHY AM I SO SINGLE? – a Big Fancy Musical where two friends’ lonely little lives are transformed into an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza about love, dating, friendship, and … bees. Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss are ‘the future of musical theatre’ according to Vogue (omigosh thanks vogue we love your work too xoxo). Plus, TIME 100 says they’ve ‘broken barriers in theatre’, which was v kind of them.


Jo Foster (& Juliet; Just For One Day, West End) and Leesa Tulley (SIX, UK tour; Kin, Theatro Technis) who play the leading – and eternally single – besties. They are joined by Noah Thomas (Everything Now, Netflix; Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, West End), who plays the honest friend we all love and need in our lives.

The alternate leads are Jordan Cambridge-Taylor (Schwartz at 75, Lyric Theatre) and Collette Guitart (Just For One Day, Old Vic).

The ensemble cast are Jemima Brown (Critics’ Circle National Dance Award-nominated, Tom Dale Company), Josh Butler (Bronco Billy, Charing Cross Theatre), Natasha Leaver (Hamilton, West End), Ran Marner (Jack and the Beanstalk, Imagine Theatre), Jamel Matthias and Olivia O’Connor in their professional and West End debuts, Joshian Angelo Omaña (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, West End), Natasha Wilde (42 Balloons, The Lowry) and Rhys Wilkinson (Just For One Day, Old Vic).

The swings are Callum Bell (Guys & Dolls, Bridge Theatre), Owen McHugh (Clueless The Musical, Churchill Theatre) and Caitlin Redpath in her West End debut, and Ebony Clarke (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, West End), who is also the Resident Choreographer.

Last updated . Event ID: 71866

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