About. The. Show.

The UK Professional Premier

Now. Here. This. is a musical by the creators of the Tony Award-nominated Broadway hit [title of show]. The show searches for the answers to life’s big questions by exploring the birds, bees, reptiles, trees, dinosaurs, illiteracy, hoarding, middle school, first love, fashion, and much, much more. The charismatic characters will draw the audience in with their humour and passion. They represent the millions of slightly off-kilter creative types and the kinds of people who have busy minds, fragments of ideas floating all the time, imagining what-ifs.

Now. Here. This. is not a group therapy session (in fact, it’s cheaper and funnier), but it does explore quirky insecurities, painful memories, and acceptance of the choices we’ve made. The musical breaks down what it means to live between the beginning of time and the eternal future, right in the moment. It is a way to live life presently and to appreciate our time. The musical is not an answer to the meaning of life, but it will make you leave the theatre wanting more.

Now. Here. This.

Book By Hunter Bell and Susan Blackwell

Music and Lyrics by Jeff Bowen

Based on the Collaboration by Hunter Bell, Michael Berresse, Susan Blackwell, Heidi Blickenstaff, and Larry Pressgrove

Now. Here. This. is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd.

www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Covid Safety Policy

In line with government regulation and our own risk assessment, audiences will be asked to comply with extra health and safety guidelines in our venues. These include social distancing, mandatory mask wearing during performances, and hand sanitising before entering the theatre. This is for the safety of our cast and crew, as well as the audience. Failure to comply with guidelines and venue staff instructions may result in your being asked to leave the venue without a refund.

Additionally, our cast has been following additional safety precautions during rehearsals, including social distancing, mask wearing, and rehearsing in well-ventilated areas.  The show has been staged to minimise performer contact.