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Dear Evan Hansen at the Noel Coward Theatre

17 Dec 2019

Dear Evan Hansen is finally playing in London West End at the Noël Coward Theatre!  The Tony Award winning musical has now found its London audience, officially opening on 19th November in St Martin’s Lane after previews from 29th October.

Four years after its debut in Washing DC in 2015 and two years after winning six Tony Award in 2017 including Best Musical, Best Score and Best Actor in a Musical, Dear Evan Hansen has transferred to the West End with a cast that proposes many new faces. Making their West End debut are indeed both Sam Tutty in title role and Lucy Anderson who plays Connor Murphy’s sister and Evan’s love interest Zoe Murphy.

Evan Hansen is a lonely teenage boy who has troubles connecting with other people. When for a series of coincidences people start thinking he was best friend with Connor Murphy, a boy of his school who committed suicide, Evan doesn’t have the courage to deny it. What started as a white lie could be the chance for Evan to get what he always wanted: to finally fit in. But how long can he keep on lying? And is it correct?

Dear Evan Hansen is a touching and deeply intimate story about the longing for human connection, the need to be found and seen by someone. The wonderful score by Benji Pasek & Justin Paul (La La Land) includes songs as “For Forever” and “Only Us”, alternating showstoppers and deeply emotional songs, and with no doubt  “You Will Be Found” will make it into your empowering songs Spotify playlist!

Waist no more time! Go see Dear Evan Hansen at the Noël Coward Theatre as soon as possible, you’ll love it for forever! Check the availability for tickets to see the West End production of the musical now.


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