It will begin performances at Wyndham’s Theatre on Tuesday 18th June, 2024, for a strictly limited 14-week season. When it opened on Broadway in 2010, it went on to win three Tony Awards, including Best Original Score, as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, one of only ten musicals in history to receive the prestigious honour.

The show is described as an intimate exploration of family and illness, loss and grief. At its heart is Diana Goodman, a suburban wife and mother living with bipolar disorder and haunted by her past. 

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Michael Longhurst, artistic director at Donmar Warehouse, said: “The outpouring of emotion from audiences at the Donmar was incredible: you could hear audible sobs before they surged to their feet every single night - like nothing I’ve experienced. Tickets were impossible to come by, so I am beyond thrilled that more people will now be able to experience the work of this extraordinary creative team.”

Next to Normal will run at the London theatre until 21st September. Groups of ten or more people can now book tickets with special rates available for ten or more for select performances. 

When the musical first opened in New York, Ben Brantley of The New York Times called it “Brave and breathtaking. It is something much more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical.” And Peter Marks of The Washington Post called it “a moving, blisteringly honest, and inordinately powerful new musical stocked with beautiful songs that get to the heart of the story – and simply get to the heart.”

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