Once - A New Musical

Once - A New Musical Tickets

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Once is the smash-hit, award-winning musical that will capture your heart like no other. A bittersweet and funny love story that celebrates the power of music, performed live on stage by an extraordinary cast of actor-musicians, Once dazzles with invention, wit and unforgettable songs. Winner of 8 Tony® Awards, a 2013 Grammy® Award and the 2014 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music, this is the show everyone wants to see more than once. Come and find out why...

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A £1.50 restoration levy (collected on behalf of the theatre) appears as part of the ticket cost. A £2.75 transaction fee applies (this will be added to your order on the payment page) ONCE Booking Period: Until 4 July 2015. "Seeing it once is definitely not enough.I will be seeing it again and again. UNMISSABLE" - Sunday Express "It's funny, it's truthful, it sings. If London audiences don't love it to bits I disown them" - The Times "ONCE has it all, heart, soul, beauty, comedy and perfect, perfect music" - Officialtheatre.com "A touching love story. A big night out. You couldn't ask for anything more" - Empire Magazine "The best gig in the West End" - Absolute Radio From 17 November 2014 Ronan Keating will join the West End cast of Olivier award-winning musical Once, to play the leading role of Guy. Ronan Keating will not be performing on 20 & 24 January 2015 Once is the smash-hit, award-winning musical that will capture your heart like no other. A bittersweet and funny love story that celebrates the power of music, performed live on stage by an extraordinary cast of actor-musicians, Once dazzles with invention, wit and unforgettable songs. Winner of 8 Tony® Awards, a 2013 Grammy® Award and the 2014 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music, this is the show everyone wants to see more than once. Come and find out why. Current cast includes: David Hunter, Jill Winternitz, Fiona Bruce, Mark Carlisle, Jamie Cameron, Matthew Ganley, Mathew Hamper, Daniel Healyloren O'Dair, Miria Parvin, Tim Prottey-Jones, Jez Unwin