Shaftesbury Theatre

210 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8DP GB

Be More Chill

Be More Chill

  • Séances à partir de : mercredi 30 juin 2021
    Séances jusqu'à : jeudi 30 septembre 2021
  • Durée : 2 hours 30 minutes
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A propos de Be More Chill

Jeunes Enfants

Recommended for ages 12+. The musical has mature themes and mature language.

Informations Importantes

Recommended for ages 12+. The musical has mature themes and mature language.

Horaires
  • Séances à partir de : mercredi 30 juin 2021
    Séances jusqu'à : jeudi 30 septembre 2021
  • Durée : 2 hours 30 minutes
lun. - -
mar. - 19:30
mer. - 19:30
jeu. 14:30 19:30
ven. - 19:30
sam. 14:30 19:30
dim. 16:00 -

Description de Be More Chill

Be More Chill, the mind-bendingly, delightfully fun, hit musical comes to the Shaftesbury after its runaway success on Broadway, Off Broadway and in London at the Other Palace, until the show was forced to close in March last year due to the pandemic.  It is produced by Bill Kenwright with Jerry Goehring, Lisa Dozier and Paul Taylor-Mills.  Be More Chill, based on the ground-breaking novel of the same name by Ned Vizzini, goes on sale today.  With a Tony Award-nominated original score by Joe Iconis bursting with addictively catchy songs such as More than Survive, Be More Chill and the showstopping Michael in the Bathroom, Be More Chill is an international sensation. 

The original London cast will reprise their roles: Blake Patrick Anderson (Michael Mell), Miracle Chance (Christine Canigula), Stewart Clarke (The Squip), Eloise Davies (Brooke Lohst), Scott Folan (Jeremy Heere), Christopher Fry (Mr Heere, Mr Reyes and others), James Hameed (Rich Goranski), Gabriel Hinchliffe (Ensemble), Renée Lamb (Jenna Rolan), Eve Norris (Ensemble), Millie O’Connell (Chloe Valentine), Miles Paloma (Jake Dillinger).

Be More Chill tells the atypical love story of a boy, a girl....and the supercomputer inside the boy’s head guiding him every step of the way. The boy; desperate to be loved. The girl; longing to be noticed. And the supercomputer…just wants to take over the world.