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New Queens Announced For SIX THE MUSICAL

New SIX Queens - Photo Credit Craig Sugden Producers Kenny Wax, Wendy & Andy Barnes and George Stiles are thrilled to announce details of the new Queens joining the home-grown hit musical sensation, SIX.

Taking reign over the court from 17 October 2023 will be Nikki Bentley (WickedWest End) as Catherine of Aragon, Thao Therese Nguyen (Miss Saigon – West End and UK & Ireland Tour) as Anne Boleyn, Kayleigh McKnight (Heathers the Musical – The Other Palace) as Jane Seymour, Reca Oakley (SIX - NCL) as Anna of Cleves, Inez Budd (Heathers the Musical – The Other Palace) as Katherine Howard and Janiq Charles (Disney’s The Lion KingWest End & UK Tour) as Catherine Parr. They will be joined by Gabriella Stylianou (The Great British Bake Off Musical – Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham & West End) as Alternate Aragon/Seymour and Dance Captain, Naomi Alade (Beautiful – The Carole King Musical – UK Tour) as Alternate Boleyn/Cleves, Hannah Lowther (The SpongeBob Musical – Southbank Centre, London & UK Tour) as Alternate Howard/Parr, Meg Dixon-Brasil (SIX - NCL) as Super Swing and Natalie Pilkington (SIX – UK & Ireland Tour, South Korea, NCL) as UK Super Swing.

Reca Oakley, Gabriella Stylianou and Meg Dixon-Brasil join the production having previously appeared in Norwegian Cruise Line versions of the musical. Natalie Pilkington returns to SIX, having previously being part of the musical’s UK & Ireland tour, South Korean and Norwegian Cruise Line productions of the musical, and will swing across both the West End and touring productions of the musical.

Also, due to phenomenal demand, there will be another six months of SIX, with performances now available to book at The Vaudeville Theatre until November 2024. The producers are continuing their firm commitment to access and education– including BSL, audio described and captioned show in July and October 24, and new Sing A Long performances on 12 May and 25 August 24, plus the first ever schools only matinees on Thursdays during term time.