Come From Away

Tuesday 1 October–Saturday 5 October Musical Theatre
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Tickets £24.00 to £59.00

Venue: Theatre Royal

Running time: Doors open 1 hour before each performance starts. Show times: 1 hour 40 mins with no interval

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Age guidance 10+
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+

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Audio Described: 03/10/2024 19:30
Captioned: 04/10/2024 19:30
Sign Language Interpreted: 05/10/2024 14:30

Touch Tour: 03/10/2024 17:30

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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.

The cast will include Natasha J Barnes as Janice & others, Daniel Crowder as Nick, Doug & others, Mark Dugdale as Kevin T, Garth & others, Rosie Glossop as Bonnie & others, Amanda Henderson as Beulah & others, Kirsty Hoiles as Diane & others, Oliver Jacobson as Oz & others, Dale Mathurin as Bob & others, Nicholas Pound as Claude & others, Sara Poyzer as Beverley, Annette & others, Bree Smith as Hannah & others, Jamal Zulfiqar as Kevin J, Ali & others, with Angeline Bell, Daniel Cane, Ashleigh Harvey, Alyn Hawke, Kathryn Pemberton and Kevin Yates.

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.

Stats and facts

  • 84 characters played by 12 actors
  • 6579 passengers welcomed by the town of Newfoundland
  • and 1 fish kissed!

Cast and performance schedule subject to change without notice.

Members
Save £10 (Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle) on Tuesday 7.30pm performance. Save £4.50 (Stalls, Upper Circle) on Wednesday to Thursday 7.30pm and Thursday 2pm performances.

Under 26s
Save £5 in the Stalls and Upper Circle for Tuesday to Thursday 7.30pm & Thursday 2pm performances. To purchase these tickets you must be 26 or under at the time of booking. You may be asked to show your ID on doors to confirm your age.

Groups 10+
Save £5 in the Stalls and Upper Circle for Tuesday to Thursday 7.30pm & Thursday 2pm performances on bookings of ten or more tickets with 1 free ticket for every 20 seats booked. Please email our Group Sales team or call 0115 989 5555 to book.

No concessions in the Balcony or for Friday 7.30pm and Saturday 2.30pm & 7.30pm performances

IT TAKES ALL OF TEN SECONDS TO BE IN ITS GENEROUS EMBRACE. YOU STAY THERE FOR THE NEXT 100 MINUTES: LAUGHING, TAPPING YOUR FOOT, WIPING AWAY TEARS, FEELING GOOD ABOUT HUMANITY — WHAT A RARE, WELCOME FEELING THAT IS THESE DAYS. IRRESISTIBLE AND INSPIRING. IT’S A MUSICAL THAT GETS EVERYTHING RIGHT. I WAS STILL STANDING AND CHEERING ON THE TRAIN HOME. THE BEST NEW MUSICAL SINCE HAMILTON… FUNNY, FAST AND IRRESISTIBLY OPEN-HEARTED WITHOUT BEING SAPPY.

DOMINIC MAXWELL, THE TIMES

THIS SHOW IS A FOOT-STOMPING, HEART-WARMING TRIUMPH! IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH, CRY AND LEAVE THE THEATRE FULL OF HOPE. BY THE TIME IT REACHES THE END THERE WAS SIMPLY NO QUESTION THE ENTIRE AUDIENCE WOULD RISE AS ONE. UNITED. COME FROM NEAR, COME FROM FAR, COME FROM AWAY – JUST MAKE SURE YOU COME AND SEE THIS SHOW.

STEFAN KYRIAZIS, DAILY EXPRESS

JUST GO SEE COME FROM AWAY! FIVE STARS JUST DOESN’T SEEM ENOUGH! 'BUT A TOUR-DE-FORCE WITH AN ENSEMBLE CAST THAT US UNEQUALLED IN THE WEST END AT THIS MOMENT IN TIME. COME FROM AWAY IS AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF ORDINARY PEOPLE MAKING AN EXTRAORDINARY DIFFERENCE. HAS TO BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED. 'BUY A TICKET, SUSPEND YOUR DISBELIEF AND I GUARANTEE YOU WILL WALK OUT A BETTER HUMAN BEING.' 'WHAT I FOUND WAS A SPARK OF HOPE, ESPECIALLY IN TODAY’S TROUBLING TIMES, THAT WHEN CALLED PEOPLE MIGHT JUST SURPRISE YOU WITH AN UNFETTED DISPLAY OF HUMAN KINDNESS.'

DOUGLAS MAYO, BRITISH THEATRE

IT'S WITTY AS WELL AS POIGNANT, FUNNY AS WELL AS SAD – A SHOW THAT GROUNDS ITS CHARACTERS IN ONE SPOT BUT TAKES FLIGHT AS A TRULY UPLIFTING PIECE OF MUSICAL THEATRE

SIMON BUTTON, ATTITUDE

A MUST-SEE MUSICAL THAT’S A LIFE-AFFIRMING CELEBRATION OF HUMAN DECENCY. THIS CAREFULLY CRAFTED MUSICAL EXPERTLY TREADS THE LINE BETWEEN UPLIFTING AND HEART-WRENCHING.

STACEY WILLIAMS, MIRROR

COME FROM AWAY IS IN A CATEGORY OF ITS OWN: A GENUINELY ORIGINAL MUSICAL, THAT IS FULL OF HEART, TRUTH AND GENUINE EMOTION. IT'S A SHOW WITH AN IMPACT THAT’S DIFFICULT TO DESCRIBE: IT FEELS LIKE IT CREEPS UP ON YOU UNAWARES, BEFORE FLOORING YOU WITH EMOTION. I WAS JUST OVERWHELMED – AND JUDGING BY THE CHEERS AND TEARS ON THE OPENING NIGHT, MOST OF THE AUDIENCE SEEMED TO BE, TOO.

MARK SHENTON, LONDON THEATRE

MOVING, UPLIFTING AND LIFE-AFFIRMING. IT HAMMERS HOME THAT ESSENTIAL MESSAGE – THAT WHEREVER WE'RE FROM, WE’RE ALL HUMAN. IT’S HARD NOT TO BE MOVED BY A SHOW THIS STRONG, AND ONE THAT PROVES HOW GOOD INTENTIONS CAN PAVE THE WAY TO HEAVEN, OR AT LEAST A HIGHER FORM OF HUMANITY. INCREDIBLY MOVING AND UPLIFTING CANADIAN MUSICAL BASED ON A TRUE STORY OF KINDNESS.

TIM BANO, THE STAGE

ITS HEARTFELT MESSAGE IS MORE NECESSARY THAN EVER. A TRIUMPH OF ENSEMBLE STORYTELLING THAT PACKS AN EMOTIONAL PUNCH. COME FROM AWAY IS THIS YEAR’S MUST-SEE MUSICAL.

MARIANKA SWAIN, BROADWAY WORLD

THIS MUSICAL IS A GEM, A TONIC, AND A REMINDER OF WHAT MATTERS. A MOVING, IRRESISTIBLE SHOW THAT UNAPOLOGETICALLY CHAMPIONS KINDNESS.

SARAH HEMMING, FINANCIAL TIMES

A MIRACULOUS MASTERPIECE. IT’S TOTALLY, SOUL-FEEDINGLY WONDERFUL. IT MAKES YOU LOOK INWARDS TO ASK: WHAT WOULD I DO IN THEIR PLACE? IT’S GENTLE UNCYNICAL WARMTH SPILLS OFF THE STAGE, EXTENDING A HUG TO AN AUDIENCE THAT WOULDN’T DREAM OF TURNING IT AWAY. A BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED HYMN TO THE POWER OF COMMUNITY.

ALICE SAVILLE, TIME OUT

AN AWARD-WINNING TRIBUTE TO THE GENEROSITY OF THE GOOD PEOPLE OF GANDER.

JOHN NATHAN, METRO

A HYMN TO THE POWER OF COMMUNITY. A REAL GENEROSITY OF SPIRIT.

HENRY HITCHINGS, THE EVENING STANDARD

A PARABLE MANY WILL SEE AS FIT FOR OUR TIMES. IT HAS A FEELGOOD FACTOR THAT SIMPLY DOESN'T LET-UP. IN DIVIDED TIMES, THAT'S A POWERFUL ANTIDOTE INDEED.

JAMES FITZGERALD, WHAT’S ON STAGE

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Audio Described

Audio Described

Live commentary via headphones for blind or partially sighted patrons, causing no disruption to those not benefitting from the service. Braille and Large Print cast lists will be available with programme notes broadcast 15 minutes prior to the performance.

Pre-show Touch Tour

Pre-show Touch Tour

Touch tours enable blind and partially sighted people a unique opportunity to go onto the stage and explore the sets, costumes and props before the performance begins. These events are free to attend for those using the Audio Described service and their companions. Please email Emily.Noakes@nottinghamcity.gov.uk or call 0115 989 5609 if you would like to attend

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