Experience the remarkable true story of one man and his inspiring artistic journey in this new British musical. Book The Little Big Things tickets on TodayTix.
Based on the Sunday Times bestselling autobiography of the same name, this uplifting show follows Henry Fraser as he and his family navigate a new way of living following a sports accident that changed Fraser’s life forever. Stuck between an unrecognisable past and an unpredictable future, they must find determination and resilience, while Fraser learns to express himself anew through art.
Luke Sheppard, an Olivier Award winner and the talented mind behind My Son’s A Queer and & Juliet, directs this heartwarming story of togetherness and sheer courage that provides profound messages about the importance of never taking life for granted. The talented young creative team responsible for this inspiring production have crafted a mesmerizing theatrical pop score to perfectly compliment the narrative, adding a beautiful and immersive dimension to the story.
This show is no little thing — it’s the next big musical event. Book tickets to The Little Big Things in London now.
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At 17, Henry Fraser, once a passionate sportsman and academy player for a premier Rugby club, experienced a diving accident that severely crushed his spinal cord, leaving him paralyzed from the shoulders down. Against all odds, Henry's indomitable spirit drove him to defy expectations and leave the hospital a full year ahead of projections.
Despite facing unimaginable difficulties, he conquered them with determination and embraced a new way of living. Through his resilience in the face of adversity, Henry also inspired others, becoming an inspirational speaker and successful visual artist. Now, Henry’s story comes to the stage for the first time in this world-premiere musical.
Ed Larkin (BBC’s Doctors, Casualty) and Jonny Amies (We Will Rock You, Hairspray) play young and adult versions of Fraser in this inclusive, phenomenal cast, alongside Linzi Hateley and Alasdair Harvey as his parents.
2h 20m (incl. interval)
September 2nd, 2023
November 25th, 2023
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