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Booking until 14 July 2024

A high-energy, hilarious, new show with Babies musical tickets

The Other Palace will be home to the Babies musical; a new modern musical about school kids parenting fake babies. The production comes after a sold-out run of West End concerts of the pop-rock music you can expect to hear in the show in late 2023. The musical won the New Music Theatre Award from the British Youth Music Theatre in 2021 which gained the team a chance to perform at West End Live. 

With teen pregnancy becoming popular in the year above, the school decides to take action and give the hands-on task of parenting to Year 11. The musical follows nine classmates as they are given an important project: keep a fake baby alive for a week. Will teenage life work alongside the demands of parenting? Do they really want to be parents? The show is accompanied by a modern pop-rock score and a hugely talented cast. You don’t want to miss the musical that’s set to be a phenomenon during its limited run this Summer! 

The musical’s cast includes Bradley Riches (Heartstopper, Celebrity Big Brother) as Toby, Ashley Goh (Fury and Elysium) as Alex and Jaina Brock-Patel (SIX) as Becky. Joining them on stage will be Lauren Conroy (Bear Snores On) as Jasmine, Lucy Carter (Babies Concert) as Lulu, Nathan Johnston (The Voice Kids) as Jacob and Zoe Athena (The Trials) as Leah. 

Composer, lyricist and writer Jack Godfrey (42 Balloons) wrote the lyrics and music for the Babies musical, with the book written by theatre director, writer and dramaturg Martha Geelan. The brand new musical is produced by Indigo Productions alongside Crossroads Live. 

If you’re a fan of new, fun, pop musicals then you don’t want to miss this must-see production of Babies. Find out how year 11 students deal with looming exams and plastic, robot babies in this joyous, heart-wrenching, coming-of-age comedy. Tickets are limited, so be sure to grab yours now! 

Child friendly?

The Babies musical is recommended for ages 11 and up.