Six The Musical announces special karaoke night

The Cast of SIX the Musical
The Cast of SIX the Musical. Credit: Pamela Raith

Six The Musical is to present a special karaoke night across its West End and Broadway productiions.

The one-off event named SIX Karaoke (You Have A Voice) takes place on 6 June 2024.

The post-show karaoke extravaganza invites fans to take the stage at the Vaudeville Theatre in London or the Lena Horne Theatre on Broadway to perform their favourite tracks from the show’s Tony Award-winning score.

Participants eager to join the event are encouraged to share a video clip of themselves singing a song from SIX on Instagram Reels or TikTok, tagging @sixthemusical and using hashtags #YouHaveAVoice and #SIXWestEndKaraoke.

The event in the West End will see Hannah Lowther, a cast member from SIX, playing host.

Meanwhile the West End production of Six has announced it is now booking through to 4 May 2025 at the Vaudeville Theatre.

The extension includes additional sing-along performances scheduled for 12 January 2025 and 4 May 2025. These new dates complement the already planned sing-alongs on 12 May 2024 and 25 August 2024.

Producer Kenny Wax said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be extending our reign in London, providing audiences with even more opportunities to Get Down with our incredible Queens and live band until May 2025.

“We’re also really pleased to be teaming up with our Broadway production in offering the microphone to some talented fans and giving them an opportunity to truly experience how it feels to be a West End star.”

SIX made its initial bow at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2018, quickly leading to a West End transfer in January 2019 at the Arts Theatre. After a brief stint at the Lyric Theatre in 2020, the musical found its “forever home” at the Vaudeville Theatre in November 2021, according to theatre owner Nica Burns.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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