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tour of once the musicalA Broadway and West End hit musical that is a love story with a bittersweet difference, casting a spell over the audience while its two lead characters cast a spell over each other.

Based on a cult 2006 Irish indie feature, originally shot on a micro-budget of just $160,000, it tells the uplifting yet yearning story of a part-time Dublin guitarist busker (who works by day in his dad's Hoover repair shop) who falls unexpectedly in love with a young Czech immigrant fellow musician. As we follow their relationship across five short days, big changes happen to both of them in little ways.

The show has a minimalist set of a bar surrounded by chairs on stage, which can be accessed by the audience during the interval. Cast members never leave the stage and simply play instruments when they are not in a scene.

Once features a book by award-winning Irish playwright & screenwriter Enda Walsh (Penelope, Hunger, The New Electric Ballroom): music and lyrics of Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová: direction by John Tiffany (Black Watch), movement by Steven Hoggett (Black Watch, American Idiot) and music supervision and orchestrations by Martin Lowe (Mamma Mia!).

The cast will be led by Daniel Healy as Guy and Emma Lucia as Girl, who return to the roles following the production's 2018 run at the New Wolsey Theatre. They will be joined by Dan Bottomley as Billy, Matthew Burns as Eamon, Ellen Chivers as Reza, Rosalind Ford as Ex-Girlfriend, Lloyd Gorman as Svejc, David Heywood as Emcee, Samuel Martin as Bank Manager, Peter Peverley as Da, Susannah Van Den Berg as Baruska and James William-Pattison as Andrej. The cast also includes Emma Fraser, Seán Keany, Hanna Khogali and Conor McFarlane. Listen to Falling Slowly Performed by Daniel Healy and Emma Lucia

Once is directed by Peter Rowe with set and costume design by Libby Watson, musical supervision by Ben Goddard, choreography by Francesca Jaynes, lighting design by Mark Dymock, sound design by James Cook, projection design by Peter Hazelwood and orchestrations by Martin Lowe. Casting is by Debbie O'Brien.

Running time approximately 2 hours 30 minutes including an interval.

Recommended age 10+

Below are the dates and booking links we have so far

Southend Cliffs Pavilion
13th-18th January 2020
Liverpool Empire
20-25 January
York Grand Opera House
3rd-8th February
Woking New Victoria
10th-15th February
Milton Keynes Theatre
17th-22nnd February
Ipswich New Wolsey
24 February-1 March
Bath Theatre Royal
2-7 March
Coventry Belgrade
10-14 March
Stoke Regent
17-21 March
Malvern Festival Theatre
23-28 March
Aberdeen His Majesty's
30 March– 4th April
Nottingham Theatre Royal
6-11 April
Oxford New
14th-18th April
Brighton Theatre Royal
20th-25th April
Sheffield Lyceum
5th-9th May
Cardiff Millennium Centre
11-16 May
Southampton Mayflower
18th-23rd May
Edinburgh Playhouse
26th-30th May
Birmingham New Alexandra
1st-6th June
Canterbury Marlowe
8th-13th June
Leicester Curve
15th-20th June
Salford Lowry
22nd-27th June
Plymouth Theatre Royal
6th-11th July
Glasgow King' s
13th-18th July
Hull New Theatre
20th-25th July