A Strange Loop Tickets
Tickets for A Strange Loop are on sale now!
The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical A Strange Loop is heading straight from Broadway to the West End for a timely and hilarious exploration of identity, race and sexuality. Speaking to the heart and soul of every artist and individual who has ever felt like they don't quite fit in, this quirky musical brims with toe-tapping beats, razor-sharp witty lyrics and an unforgettable score.
A Strange Loop is a gloriously vibrant and queer take on one man's unforgettable journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance. Don’t miss out - keep your eyes peeled for tickets for A Strange Loop at London's The Barbican!
About A Strange Loop
Meet Usher - he’s black, gay and hell-bent on breaking free from his own negative self-perception. Oh, he’s also a writer, one who is struggling to balance his day job with his dreams of penning the next groundbreaking musical - and what better to base it on than his own experiences?
However, his creative process is often the target of an unwelcome group of inner demons that plague Usher with destructive thoughts, ones that threaten to derail not only his artistic vision, but his very sanity.
His story is brought to life on stage in a riotous, straight-talking ensemble performance that will have you doubled over in stitches! This heart-wrenching yet hilarious peek into the mind of a young artist speaks to the sinister grip of self-doubt, as our titular character tries with all of his might to make sense of his own perplexing and dizzying loop.
The cast and creatives of A Strange Loop
This groundbreaking theatrical experience is directed by the acclaimed Stephen Brackett (Be More Chill) and boasts 11 Tony Award nominations, with wins for Best Musical and Best Book. The Broadway production featured Jaquel Spivey as Usher.
A Strange Loop tickets are available now!
Enter your own strange loop and discover things about yourself that you didn’t know before! Tickets for A Strange Loop coming soon!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 16+.
Running time1 hour 40 minutes with no interval
Performance dates17 June - 9 September 2023
AccessThere will be Audio described performances Tuesday 4 July at 8pm and Thursday 3 August at 2.30pm, Captioned Performances Wednesday 5 July at 8pm and Wednesday 9 August at 8pm, and Signed performances Tuesday 11 July at 8pm and Thursday 17 August at 2.30pm.
Venue InformationBarbicanSilk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS
Upcoming Performance Times
- Saturday17 June 2023
- Monday19 June 2023
- Tuesday20 June 2023
- Wednesday21 June 2023
- Thursday22 June 2023
- Friday23 June 2023
- Saturday24 June 2023
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