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The Who’s Tommy

30th Mar to 1st Jul 2017

SUMMARY

A New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich in co-production with Ramps on the Moon.

Music and Lyrics by Pete Townshend
Book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff
Additional Music and Lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon

Based on the iconic 1969 concept album, The Who’s TOMMY is the multi-award winning epic rock musical written by Pete Townshend.

A soldier dances with a woman in The New Wolsey's production of Tommy

With a cast of 22 performers and musicians, this is the story of the pinball-playing boy which has entertained and intrigued audiences for more than 40 years. A one-of-a-kind theatrical event!

Tommy will feature a creative use of audio description, captioning and British Sign Language interpretation which will enhance the experience for everyone.

Please note that this production explores some adult themes.

Originally Produced On Broadway by Pace Theatrical Group and Dodger Productions with Kardana Productions.

Performed By Arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited

This production will contain a creative use of Audio Description, Captioning and British Sign Language in all performances. Please contact the Ticket Sales team for more information.

GENRE

Musical

SUITABILITY

All

3 soliders from Tommy take centre stage

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Here you'll find a selection of photos from rehearsals and production.

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