We’ll Have Nun Tickets

Musical
The Other Palace
12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Running Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Running Since Thu, 22 February 2024
Booking Until Sun, 10 March 2024
Monday - -
Tuesday - 20:00
Wednesday - 20:00
Thursday - 20:00
Friday - 20:00
Saturday 15:00 20:00
Sunday 14:00 18:00
Important Information
Age: 14+

Content: Contains themes of sexual abuse and strong language.

More about We’ll Have Nun

It’s 1967 - there’s a change in the breeze. A new contraceptive pill is available, same-sex relationships are legal and second-wave feminism is in full flux. Against this new era, four friends navigate life at St Anne’s Convent School. But as opinions collide and feelings towards one another shift, the group’s final year doesn’t play out as planned.

A poignant, new coming-of-age musical which explores struggles surrounding Irish emigration, sexuality, and faith, We’ll Have Nun of It prompts important questions about growing up in a divided world and highlights the vitality of sisterhood during dark times.

With a dynamic, multi-instrumentalist cast and explosive soul-folk score you don’t want to miss one of Edinburgh Fringe’s hottest five startickets with Playbill, WhatsOnStage and Forbes billing it the pick of the festival.

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The Other Palace

12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
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The Other Palace officially opened its doors in February 2017, and is a home and breeding ground for musicals at various stages of development. The Other Palace focuses on four key areas: programming, creative use of spaces, musical theatre development and audience engagement. The main theatre is the heart of The Other Palace, where the programme consists of full productions, work in progress productions and festivals of new work. By day the studio is available for composers, librettists, lyricists, directors and choreographers to discover and create new material. By night the space builds on the current St. James Studio model to offer a diverse programme including cabaret, music, musical theatre and crossover acts. The theatre features an open mic bar in the hope that it becomes a genuine hub for anyone interested in the musical.