National Theatre at Home to host first live stream premiere of new musical ‘THE LITTLE BIG THINGS’

National Theatre at Home has announced it will host its first live streamed premiere of the critically acclaimed new musical, THE LITTLE BIG THINGS, which will stream exclusively on the platform at 7pm BST on 9 May 2024.

Audiences around the world can come together to enjoy this production from the comfort of home on the theatre streaming platform.

THE LITTLE BIG THINGS premiere is exclusively available on National Theatre at Home with a subscription (monthly cost £9.99, annual cost £99.99) providing unlimited access to the platform with new titles added every month, or through a one-off payment to watch live for £9.99.

Filmed during its run at @sohoplace, THE LITTLE BIG THINGS is directed by Luke Sheppard and based on the extraordinary true story about Henry Fraser, an avid sportsman whose life changed forever aged 17 when a diving accident led to a new life as a tetraplegic. Based on Fraser’s Sunday Times best-selling autobiography, the musical follows as the Fraser family are split between a past they no longer recognise, and a future they could never foresee.

The musical is written by Joe White and includes a theatrical pop soundtrack by Nick Butcher and Tom Ling, with Olivier nominated choreography by Mark Smith. Henry is played by Jonny Amies and Ed Larkin.

Following the live stream, THE LITTLE BIG THINGS will be available to watch on National Theatre at Home with captions, audio description and British Sign Language, providing inclusive and accessible theatre experiences for audiences worldwide.

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