Mozart: Her Story – The New Musical In Concert

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Available from 22 July 2024 to 18 November 2024

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See Mozart: Her Story live at the Lyric Theatre for just one night only in one of the best concerts in London

The woman in the shadows behind the man in the sun.

Wolfgang’s sister, Nan Mozart, is a brilliant composer who struggles to be seen and heard in the male-dominated 18th century court. When the young virtuosa, who is arguably more talented than her brother, is silenced and banned from all artistic endeavours, she rebels. In this untold story of the greatest composer of all time, two estranged siblings embark on a journey of love, hate, tragedy, and redemption. 

Continuing the musical’s tradition of creative radicalism, Mozart: Her Story - The New Musical breaks new ground as it marries Mozart’s classics with over twenty contemporary originals.

See Mozart: Her Story for one night only at the Lyric Theatre this July. 

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How to find us

By rail:

The nearest national rail station to the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue is Charing Cross (10-15 minute walk). Cross over the road at the traffic lights outside Charing Cross station and then turn left down Ducannon Street. By Trafalgar Square, head straight up St Martin’s Place to Charing Cross Road for about 5 minutes. As Charing Cross Road meets Shaftesbury Avenue, turn left. Head straight down Shaftesbury Avenue and the Lyric Theatre will be on your right hand side.

By tube:

The nearest tube station to the Lyric Theatre is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines), with Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) also near by.

  • Piccadilly Circus (2 mins) - From Piccadilly Circus head straight out of the station and turn left up Great Windmill Street. Take the immediate right onto Shaftesbury Avenue and the Lyric Theatre will be on your left hand side.
  • Leicester Square (5 mins) - Out of Leicester Square station head towards Leicester Square itself. As you pass the square, turn right up Rupert Street then left onto Shaftesbury Avenue. The theatre will be on the right hand side.

By bus:

For buses to Shaftesbury Avenue:  12, 14, 19, 38
For buses to Regent Street: 6, 15, 23, 88, 93, 139, 159, 453

By car:

The Lyric Theatre is situated within the London Congestion Charging Zone which applies weekdays (not bank holidays) from 7am until 6pm and costs £11.50 per day. If you are driving to the theatre after 6pm then you will not be charged.

By taxi:

Plenty of black cabs can be found along Shaftesbury Avenue and can be hailed down with ease. There is also a designated taxi rank outside Charing Cross rail station.

The duration of Mozart: Her Story is two hours and 20 minutes, including one interval.

Mozart: Her Story is showing at the Lyric Theatre in London for one night only. 

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