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come from away

Opening tour date and more details for Come From Away which concluded its run in the West End in January have been revealed. The touring production is set to open at the Leicester Curve where it plays from 1 to 9 March 2024.

COME FROM AWAY is a true story which takes place in the week following the September 11th attacks and is about what happened when 38 planes were ordered to land unexpectedly in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, as part of Operation Yellow Ribbon. The characters in the musical are based on (and in most cases share the names of) real Gander residents as well as some of the 7,000 stranded travellers they housed and fed.

Experience the joy, heartache and soaring music as the spirited locals and global passengers overcome their fears and a world of cultural differences to come together and 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

The cast will include Natasha J Barnes (Hex at the National Theatre, The Witches of Eastwick at the Sondheim Theatre) as Janice & others, Daniel Crowder (Mamma Mia UK and International tour, The Mousetrap at St. Martin’s Theatre) as Nick, Doug & others, Mark Dugdale (Previously Come From Away at the Phoenix Theatre in London and Abbey Theatre in Dublin, The Book Thief at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry and Curve in Leicester) as Kevin T, Garth & others, Rosie Glossop (Kinky Boots: The Musical at the Adelphi Theatre and feature film, Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist as part of The Honeybuns) as Bonnie & others, Amanda Henderson (Robyn Miller in BBC’s Casualty, and Oliver! at Theatre Royal Drury Lane) as Beulah & others, Kirsty Hoiles (Mamma Mia! at the Novello Theatre, Spend, Spend, Spend UK tour) as Diane & others, Oliver Jacobson (The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre and Grease UK tour) as Oz & others, Dale Mathurin (Frankenstein UK tour, Evita at Regents Park Open Air Theatre) as Bob & others, Nicholas Pound (Cats at the formerly named New London Theatreand on UK and international tour, Elf at the Dominion Theatre) as Claude & others, Sara Poyzer (Mamma Mia! Novello Theatre, UK and International tours, Billy Elliot the Musical at the Victoria Palace) as Beverley, Annette & others, Bree Smith (Titanic The Musical UK tour and The Color Purple UK tour) as Hannah & others, Jamal Zulfiqar (Migrations, a Welsh National Opera UK tour and Tiger Bay at the Wales Millennium Centre) as Kevin J, Ali & others, with Angeline Bell (Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre and Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre), Daniel Cane (The Country Wife at Southwark Playhouse and Spamalot UK tour), Ashleigh Harvey (Mamma Mia! UK and International tour and Heathers at The Other Palace), Alyn Hawke (Disney’s Beauty & the Beast UK tour and 42nd Street UK tour), Kathryn Pemberton (The Sopranos UK and international tour and Catch Me at Upstairs at the Arts), and Kevin Yates (Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations at the Prince Edward Theatre and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical UK tour).

The creative team features Irene Sankoff and David Hein (book, music and lyrics), Christopher Ashley (director), Kelly Devine (musical staging), Ian Eisendrath (music supervision and arrangements), Beowulf Boritt (scenic design), Toni-Leslie James (costume design), Howell Binkley (lighting design), Gareth Owen (sound design), David Brian Brown (hair design), August Eriksmoen (orchestrations), Pippa Ailion CDG and Natalie Gallacher CDG (casting), Joel Goldes (dialect coach), Michael Rubinoff (creative consultant), Bob Hallett (Newfoundland music consultant), Shirley Fishman (dramaturg), Tara Overfield Wilkinson (associate UK director and choreographer) and Kirsty Malpass (assistant director and choreographer).

Below are the dates we have so far.

Ipswich Regent
2-6 July
Sheffield Lyceum
9-20 July
Llandudno Venue Cymru
30 July- 3 August
Newcastle Theatre Royal
6-17 August
Bristol Hippodrome
20-31 August
Aberdeen His Majesty's
10-14 September
Edinburgh Playhouse
17-21 September
Glasgow King`s
24-28 September
Nottingham Theatre Royal
1-5 October
Wimbledon Theatre
8-12 October
Norwich Theatre Royal
15-26 October
Wolverhampton Grand
5-9 November
Canterbury Marlowe
12-16 November
Chichester Festival Theatre
18-23 November
Milton Keynes Theatre
26-30 November
Salford Lowry
3 December 2024 – 5 January 2025