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- Booking until: Saturday, 2 March 2024
- Running time: 2h 20m (incl. interval)
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The Little Big Things – An extraordinary true story
The Little Big Things is based on the best-selling Sunday Times autobiography by Henry Fraser, a fresh new UK musical with a gorgeous theatrical pop soundtrack – and this is the production’s world premiere. Expect a joyous and uplifting experience full of colour and life, celebrating a life-affirming story of courage and transformation. As it turns out, it really is the little things that matter the most.
The show will open at @sohoplace Theatre in the autumn, running from 2nd September to 25th November 2023
With the Book by Joe White, brilliant music by Nick Butcher and lyrics by Butcher and Tom Ling, The Little Things will delight audiences. Luke Sheppard directs a treat for audiences following his Olivier Award-winning and Tony-nominated production of & Juliet, and the Fringe to West End hit My Son’s a Queer.
Ed Larkin stars in The Little Big Things.
This is the real-life story of Henry Fraser, whose sensational 2017 memoir delighted the nation. At 17 years old Henry’s life changed forever thanks to a tragic accident that crushed his spinal cord. Paralysed from the shoulders down, since then he has conquered unimaginable difficulties to reach a place where he embraces life and gets joy out of his new way of living. A specially developed stylus pen and easel mean Henry is a talented mouth-painter, as well as an extraordinary speaker and writer.
The show stars Ed Larkin, the wheelchair-bound actor who delighted audiences in Doctors, and Love and Information. He plays Henry after the accident. Jonny Amies of Grantchester and From Here to Eternity fame plays the young Henry before the accident changed his life forever.
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Saturday, 2 March 2024
- Running time:
2h 20m (incl. interval)
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Please note: this production contains flashing lights, haze, loud noises and some strong language.
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Absolutely brilliant from start to finish
Reviewed on 27 October 2023 by Linda, Theydon Bois, United Kingdom
The story is fascinating. All feelings gets activated. The stage is very close and the actors are right beside you, which makes it so present. The music is great, the actors fantastic. I can only recommend everyone to go see it.
Reviewed on 22 October 2023 by Rikke, Skodsborg, Denmark
This show took me on an emotional journey. Very clever production and wonderful music/songs. I laughed, smiled and cried. So glad I decided on this musical fir my last night in London.
Reviewed on 03 October 2023 by Linda, Wollongong, Australia
One of the best musicals of the past years.
Reviewed on 02 October 2023 by Philip, Antwerpen Linkeroever, Belgium
Reviewed on 25 September 2023 by Clarissa, Vienna, Austria
The new musical The Little Big Things follows in locked step with the productions you can expect at Nica Burns groundbreaking new theatre, @sohoplace. The story is heat warming, uplifting, a tear jerker with heart and a warmth of family. It’s one giant family hug of a show. Go.
Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by Cordell, Kensington, United Kingdom
September Monthly Roundup
by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, September 27 2023, 15:27
With September wrapped up, it's been another month of exciting new announcements and we’ve reviewed lots of the best shows that London has to offer too! Exciting news over the last month is that a beloved musical will return to London in 2024 and fans of SIX will be thrilled by the announcement of a new West End cast. Here’s our September monthly roundup for you:
The Little Big Things Musical, The Devil Wears Prada and Andrew Scott in Vanya.September Monthly Roundup
Review: THE LITTLE BIG THINGS at @sohoplace
by Stuart King | Friday, September 15 2023, 07:17
When the third son in a family of vibrant and committed rugby fans succumbs to a swimming accident whilst on holiday with his brothers in Portugal, the world changes overnight — for everyone. THE LITTLE BIG THINGS is a zingingly fresh story which manages to tick all the right boxes as it combines comedy with a soupçon of schmaltz, but mercifully manages to avoid musical theatre cliché and cynicism.
The cast of THE LITTLE BIG THINGS at Soho Place. Photo by Pamela Raith.Review: THE LITTLE BIG THINGS at @sohoplace
Full cast announced for new British musical THE LITTLE BIG THINGS
by Emmie Newitt | Friday, July 7 2023, 14:07
The new British musical THE LITTLE BIG THINGS has announced the full cast for its world premiere at @sohoplace in September.
Elena Pitsiaeli, Jamie Chatterton, Jordan Benjamin and Rebecca Bowden in The Little Big Things.Full cast announced for new British musical THE LITTLE BIG THINGS
Linzi Hateley and Alasdair Harvey Join The Cast Of World Premiere New British Musical THE LITTLE BIG THINGS
by Emmie Newitt | Friday, June 9 2023, 12:31
Linzi Hateley and Alasdair Harvey join the cast of the world premiere new British musical THE LITTLE BIG THINGS, based on the Sunday Times best-selling inspirational memoir by Henry Fraser.Linzi Hateley and Alasdair Harvey Join The Cast Of World Premiere New British Musical THE LITTLE BIG THINGS