Come From Away musical announces UK tour including Manchester dates: How to get tickets
Come From Away has released a number of Manchester dates as part of its 2024 UK tour.
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Musical Come From Away will take to the Manchester stage in 2024 as part of its UK tour. The show will begin its year-long tour by visiting a few major locations across the country, starting in Leicester on March 1 and ending in Salford on January 5, 2025.
Come From Away previously ran at the Phoenix Theatre on the West End but left London’s theatre district at the start of the year. Manchester fans of the musical are in luck as the cast will grace the Salford stage.
Manchester is not the only city that Come From Away fans can catch the musical in. London, Leeds and Norwich are all on the full UK tour list for next year too.
Come From Away, winner of the global 'Best New Musical' award, tells the extraordinary true-life story of the 7,000 air passengers from all over the world who were grounded in Canada in the aftermath of 9/11, and the little Newfoundland community that welcomed these 'come from aways' into their lives.
Here’s a list of when and where Come From Away will stop in Manchester during its 2024 UK tour. We’ve also listed the full UK tour dates in case you don’t mind travelling further afield for the trip.
When will Come From Away come to Birmingham?
The Come From Away musical will grace the stage of the Lowry, Salford throughout December 2024 and January 2025. The show will take place from December 3 until January 5.
Tickets can now be purchased from the official website. However, not all areas have released the ticket details.
Come From Away full UK tour dates
A full list of the 2024 UK tour dates for Come From Away is listed below:
March 1 - March 9 - Leicester, Curve Theatre
March 12 - March 23 - Liverpool, Empire Theatre
April 2 - April 6 - Cardiff, Wales Millenium Centre
April 9 - April 13 - Plymouth, Theatre Royal
April 16 - April 20 - Southampton, Mayflower Theatre
April 23 - April 27 - Oxford, New Theatre
April 30 - May 11 - Leeds, Grand Theatre
May 21 - June 1 - Birmingham, Hippodrome
June 4 - June 8 - Hull, New Theatre
June 25 - June 29 - Belfast, Grand Opera House
July 2 - July 6 - Ipswich, Regent Theatre
July 9 - July 20 - Sheffield, Lyceum Theatre
August 6 - August 17 - Newcastle, Theatre Royal
August 20 - August 31 - Bristol, Hippodrome
September 10 - September 14 - Aberdeen, His Majesty's Theatre
September 17 - September 21 - Edinburgh, Playhouse
September 24 - September 28 - Glasgow, Kings Theatre
October 1 - October 5 - Nottingham, Theatre Royal
October 8 - October 12 - Wimbledon, New Theatre
October 15 - October 26 - Norwich, Theatre Royal
November 5 - November 9 - Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre
November 26 - November 30 - Milton Keynes, Theatre
December 3 - January 5 - Salford, Lowry