European premiere of THE CHER SHOW to open in the UK in 2022

A brand new production of The Cher Show will open next year, written by Rick Elice (Jersey Boys, The Addams Family, Peter and the Starcatcher), and directed by Arlene Phillips (Saturday Night Fever, Starlight Express, Grease).

From a young child with big dreams, the shy daughter of an Armenian American truck driver, to the dizzying heights of global stardom, The Cher Show tells the incredible story of Cher’s meteoric rise to fame. Cher takes the audience by the hand and introduces them to the influential people in her life, from her mother and Sonny Bono, to fashion designer and costumier Bob Mackie. It shows how she battled the men who underestimated her, fought the conventions and, above all, was a trailblazer for independence.

The musical is packed with 35 of her biggest hits, including ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’, ‘I Got You Babe’, ‘Strong Enough’, ‘The Shoop Shoop Song’ and ‘Believe’.

TOUR SCHEDULE

15 – 23 April 2022 Leicester Curve
26 – 30 April Sunderland Empire Theatre
3 – 7 May Hull New Theatre
10 – 14 May Sheffield Lyceum Theatre
17 – 21 May Manchester Opera House
24 – 28 May Belfast Grand Opera House
31 May – 4 June Blackpool Opera House
7 – 11 June Nottingham Theatre Royal
14 – 19 June Canterbury Marlowe Theatre
21 – 25 June Plymouth Theatre Royal
19 – 30 July Dublin Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
2 – 6 August Birmingham Hippodrome
9 – 13 August Milton Keynes Theatre
16 – 20 August Southend Cliffs Pavilion
23 – 27 August Cardiff New Theatre
30 August – 3 September Stoke Regent Theatre
6 – 10 September Woking New Victoria Theatre
20 – 24 September Dartford Orchard Theatre
27 September – 1 October Glasgow King’s Theatre
4 – 8 October Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre
11 – 15 October Edinburgh Festival Theatre
18 – 22 October Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
25 – 29 October Bradford The Alhambra Theatre
1 – 12 November Brighton Theatre Royal
15 – 19 November York Grand Opera House
22 – 26 November Ipswich Regent Theatre
3 – 7 January 2023 Southampton Mayflower Theatre
10 – 14 January Northampton Royal & Derngate
17 – 21 January Liverpool Empire Theatre
24 – 28 January Bristol The Hippodrome
31 January – 4 February Wimbledon New Wimbledon Theatre
7 – 11 February Darlington Hippodrome
14 – 18 February Torquay Princess Theatre
21 – 25 February Oxford New Theatre
28 February – 4 March Llandudno Venue Cymru
7 – 11 March Norwich Theatre Royal
14 – 18 March Carlisle The Sands Centre