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Don't shoot for the stars, shoot higher!

That is the resounding message from the creative team behind the hit musical Eugenius! Back at The Other Palace for a limited run, this musical has been refined and developed, in the spirit of The Other Palace’s original intention, and will be back before audiences from September 1st.

Don't shoot for the stars, shoot higher!

The cast and creatives clearly love this show and their enthusiasm is infectious. Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins have been working on the show for four and a half years and that hard work and dedication has paid off. Everyone involved is buzzing with excitement that ricochets round The Other Palace. This passion is shared by fans and audiences who are guaranteed to leave the theatre singing the score. The music is fun, vibrant and enjoyable with some great uplifting numbers. The fact that both audiences and the creative team share the same feelings for the show have helped with its popularity. The creatives are also keen to recognise the importance of the fans, giving back to them with exclusive events, giveaways and merchandise. (Check out @theatre_direct's latest competition before it ends Monday 3 September, you can enter here!) Be sure to look out for exclusive content on YouTube from cast members and special Sunday events.

The show inspires fans to return again and again proving that there is something special about this home-grown British musical. At the press launch, there was a lady there who has booked to see the show 31 times (so far)! That is dedication, but someone wouldn’t return so many times if there wasn’t something Eunique (see what I did there) about the show. 

If you want to see the latest incarnation of this show, hurry because tickets are selling fast for this limited run. For those of who you visited the show before, we have it on good authority that the fish people are back…


Eugenius! is playing at The Other Palace from 1 September to 7 October. Book your Eugenius tickets here.



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