Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical

Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical tickets
Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Story, a brand-new musical biopic of one of the most iconic musicians of all-time will open at the Lyric Theatre London in 2021. The musical, inspired by Bob Marley’s legendary lyrics to tell his unique life story, will include some of the greatest songs from the visionary reggae artist, including No Woman No Cry, 3 Little Birds and Exodus. Fans of Marley and reggae music will be in for a huge treat with this brand new West End musical, opening in 2021.
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Booking until 3 April 2022
Run time is 2 hours 30 minutes (including an interval)

Operation Ouch! Live on Stage

Operation Ouch! Live on Stage tickets

TV's favourite doctors, Dr Chris and Dr Xand are back in the West End this winter with a brand new show at the Lyric Theatre.

Operation Ouch! Not for the Squeamish will feature brand new experiments and awe-inspiring facts as the doc's take audiences on a journey through the fascinating world of biology and the human body.

Don't miss this brand new show, perfect for all the family, this Christmas.

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Booking from 4 December 2021 until 16 January 2022
Run time is 70 minutes (without an interval)

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Group Booking:0330 333 4812
Stage Door:020 7494 5841

History

London's Lyric Theatre is Shaftesbury Avenue's oldest surviving theatre, first opening in 1888 with a transfer production of Dorothy. Originally, the venue was intended as a house for operettas, featuring productions such as The Mountebanks (1892) and His Excellency (1894).

During the 20th century, plays and musicals were popular at the venue, with early productions including The Duchess of Dantzic (1903), The Chocolate Soldier (1910), The Girl in the Taxi (1911), The Bird of Paradise (1919), Whirled into Happiness (1922) and The Street Singer (1924).

In the 1930's the venue saw Strange Interlude (1931) and The Royal Family (1934), which starred Laurence Oliver. During the Second World War, the Lyric Theatre went dark, reopening with Terence Rattigan’s The Winslow Boy (1946).

Over the next few years, a range of productions played at the theatre, with notable shows including The Little Hut (1950), which ran for 1,261 performances, South Sea Bubble (1955), Robert and Elizabeth (1964), Alan Ayckbourn's How the Other Half Loves (1972), which ran for 869 performances and hit musical Blood Brothers (1983), which was later revived at the Phoenix Theatre for a long run.

A series of well-known shows followed, including Joe Orton's Loot (1984), Steel Magnolias (1989), Five Guys Named Moe (1990), Ain't Misbehavin' (1995), An Ideal Husband (1998), Brief Encounter (2000), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (2001), The Constant Wife (2002), Beautiful and Damned (2004), Death of a Salesman (2005), Cabaret (2006) and Eddie Izzard Stripped (2008).

In 2009, Michael Jackson musical Thriller Live opened. Days later, Jackson surprisingly passed away, causing the musical to rocket through the roof, becoming a tribute production to one of pop's greatest performers. Thriller Live continues to run to this day, entertaining audiences from around the world.

Shows such as We're Going on a Bear Hunt (2013), The Tiger Who Came to Tea (2014-2016) Room on the Broom (2015) and The Gruffalo (2015) regularly play at the theatre, with Edinburgh Fringe hit Showstopper! The Improvised Musical (2016) playing limited performances.

2017 sees Thriller Live enter a record-breaking year, with Showstopper! The Improvised Musical continuing limited performances. Shows throughout 2017 included What the Ladybird Heard, The Simon & Garfunkel Story and The Gruffalo's Child (2018).

The Lyric Theatre's 2018 season sees Thriller Live return, alongside further performances of Showstopper! and The Simon & Garfunkel Story. Summer saw We're Going on a Bear Hunt return to the theatre, whilst the winter production for children sees Tall Stories' Room on the Broom Live return.

2019 sees Thriller Live celebrate a decade in the West End. In addition short-run shows include family favourite The GruffaloShowstopper! The Improvised Musical, The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Liza Pulman Sings Streisand, and Oi Frog and Friends!

Thriller Live closed in 2020 following an 11-year run at the venue. The theatre closed in March 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions. The venue reopened in December with a socially-distanced production of the hit musical SIX. The theatre was forced to close again later that month and reopened in May 2021, continuing with performances of SIXThe hit musical played a 3-month run at the Lyric Theatre before transferring to its forever home at the nearby Vaudeville Theatre.

Brand new musical biopic Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical will open at the Lyric Theatre in October 2021, starring Arinzé Kene.

BAFTA-winning children's show Operation Ouch! returns to the West End with a brand new show at the theatre in December.

Past Shows

Six
Six
(closed 5 Sep 2021)
Thriller Live
Thriller Live
(closed 26 Apr 2020)

 
The Simon & Garfunkel Story
The Simon & Garfunkel Story
(closed 30 Mar 2020)
Oi Frog and Friends!
Oi Frog and Friends!
(closed 5 Jan 2020)
The Gruffalo
The Gruffalo
(closed 8 Sep 2019)

 
Liza Pulman Sings Streisand
Liza Pulman Sings Streisand
(closed 15 Apr 2019)
Room On The Broom
Room On The Broom
(closed 13 Jan 2019)

 
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
(closed 2 Sep 2018)
The Gruffalo's Child
The Gruffalo's Child
(closed 7 Jan 2018)
What the Ladybird Heard
What the Ladybird Heard
(closed 10 Sep 2017)