‘The Little Big Things’ Extends West End Run Into 2024

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The Little Big Things has announced an extension of its run in the West End, with performances now set to run at Soho Place until at least March 2nd, 2024.

The Little Big Things is a musical based on the bestselling memoir by Henry Fraser of the same name. The show is a fascinating retelling of the true story of how, when Fraser was involved in a life-altering diving accident, his family rallied around and banded together to work out a future they never could have imagined.

The talented cast of the production features Jonny Amies and Ed Larkin as Henry Fraser, Alasdair Harvey as Andrew Fraser, Linzi Hateley as Fran Fraser, Jordan Benjamin as Dom, Jamie Chatterton as Tom, Rebecca Bowden as Surgeon, Gracie McGonigal as Katie, Cleve September as Will, Tom Oliver as Marco, Malinda Parris as Dr Graham, Amy Trigg as Agnes, Elena Pitsiaeli, Stephen John Davis, Joseph Wolff, George Salmon, and Amy West.

The creative team behind the show includes book writer Joe White who adapted The Little Big Things for the stage alongside lyricist Tom Ling and composer/lyricist Nick Butcher. Luke Sheppard directs the production.

 

Booking & Theatre Information For The Little Big Things

Soho Place is a small purpose built new London theatre situated at the top of Charing Cross Road next to Tottenham Court Road tube station which has a capacity of 602 seats.

The theatre has three levels of seating- Stalls, First Balcony and Second Balcony – and has an adaptable layout to suit the production. These adaptations include in-the-round seating covering all four sides of the stage, and also thrust, with seating on three of the sides. Soho Place is a contemporary, intimate, and innovative venue which offers excellent sight lines of the stage throughout, and has been designed specifically to ensure both great view and acoustics no matter where you are seated. Premium seats are located in the front row of the First Balcony, which is a fantastic vantage point from an elevated position, and also the central rows in the Stalls sitting a comfortable distance from the stage which offers a perfect view of the action.

Value can be found in the seats in the Second Balcony which despite being the furthest away from the stage have no obstructions or restrictions to the view and offer clear views of the stage. Tickets to The Little Big Things in the front row of the Stalls can also be a little cheaper due to its close proximity to the stage.