Tommy

Tommy

Musicals, On Stage

The multi-award winning epic rock musical written by Pete Townshend

Based on the iconic 1969 concept album, The Who’s Tommy is the multi-award winning epic rock musical written by Pete Townshend.

With a cast of 22 performers and musicians, this is the story of the pinball-playing boy which has entertained and intrigued audiences for more than 40 years. A one-of a-kind theatrical event!

‘This exceptional production by Ramps on the Moon sinks its fangs into the jugular of 2016 and gives it a good hard kick up the arse.’ 
Exeunt Magazine on The Government Inspector 2016

Tommy will feature a creative use of audio description, captioning and British Sign Language interpretation which will enhance the experience for everyone. For more information, visit www.rampsonthemoon.co.uk The relaxed performance of this show will be 15 June 1.30pm.

TOUCH TOURS
Sat 10 Jun 1.30pm, Wed 14 Jun 1.30pm and Fri 16 Jun 6.30pm
We are holding Touch Tours of the props, costumes and set of Tommy available for visually impaired audience members. Places on the tour are free with a ticket to the show. If you would like to book on to a Touch Tour, please speak to box office staff who can book you a place.

NEWHAM DISCOUNT NIGHT 
Wed 7 Jun 2017 
£2.50 tickets available for Newham residents (proof of address required), subject to availability

POST-SHOW TALK
Tue 13 Jun 2017

Join us after the show for a free post-show talk with Director Kerry Michael, Choreographer Mark Smith and Associate Director Nicola Miles-Wildin.

Please note that this production explores some adult themes.

Originally produced on Broadway by Pace Theatrical Group and Dodger Productions with Kardana Productions. Performed By Arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited.

Visit for Tommythemusical.co.uk more information.

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  • Wed 7 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £15.00
  • Thu 8 Jun 2:30 PM £12.00 - £23.00
  • Thu 8 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £23.00
  • Fri 9 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £26.00
  • Sat 10 Jun 2:30 PM £12.00 - £26.00
  • Sat 10 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £26.00
  • Mon 12 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £23.00
  • Tue 13 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £23.00
  • Wed 14 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £23.00
  • Thu 15 Jun 1:30 PM £5.00 - £10.00 Relaxed Performance
  • Thu 15 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £23.00
  • Fri 16 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £26.00
  • Sat 17 Jun 2:30 PM £12.00 - £26.00
  • Sat 17 Jun 7:30 PM £12.00 - £26.00

Music and Lyrics Pete Townshend
Book Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff
Additional Music and Lyrics John Entwistle and Keith Moon
Director Kerry Michael
Associate Director Nicola Miles-Wildin
Dramaturg Paul Sirett
Designer Neil Irish
Musical Director Robert Hyman
Assistant Musical Director Oliver Vibrans
Choreographer Mark Smith
Lighting and AV Designer Arnim Friess
Sound Designer Andrew Johnson for Creative Technology
Casting Director Polly Jerrold
British Sign Language Creative Consultants Jeni Draper and Daryl Jackson
Cast TBA

Every performance will feature a creative use of audio description, captioning and British Sign Language interpretation which will enhance the experience for everyone.

Relaxed performance: 15 June 1.30pm

Relaxed Performances are specifically adapted performances of a Theatre Royal Stratford East Show, designed to welcome people who will benefit from a more relaxed performance environment, including people with an Autism Spectrum Condition, sensory and communication disorders, or a learning disability.

To book the relaxed performance either call the box office on 020 8534 0310 or email tickets@stratfordeast.com

TOUCH TOURS
Sat 10 Jun 1.30pm, Wed 14 Jun 1.30pm, Fri 16 Jun 6.30pm
We are holding Touch Tour of the props, costumes and set of Tommy available for visually impaired audience members. Places on the tour are free with a ticket to the show. If you would like to book onto a Touch Tour, please speak to box office staff who can book you a place.

POST-SHOW TALK
Tue 13 Jun 2017

Join us after the show for a free post-show talk with Director Kerry Michael, Choreographer Mark Smith and Associate Director Nicola Miles-Wildin.

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