Last Few Tickets Remaining For One Love: The Bob Marley Musical
Our world première of One Love: The Bob Marley Musical has received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike since it opened on 10 March. Audiences can't stop Tweeting about it and critics can't contain their excitement either!
Mitchell Brunings was astonishingly good as Bob Marley... The REP was jamming
People danced, clapped, swayed and sang along for the entire encore performance. What joy there was in that theatre!
Stage Talk Magazine
A real do-not-miss performance
Behind The Arras
An entertaining musical with an excellent lead... you will leave definitely leave the theatre feeling happier than when you went in
If you never got the chance to see Bob Marley live, One Love is undoubtedly the next best thing
Full of joy
What's On Stage
Bob Marley's words and music have brought joy and love to people around the world, of all generations and across all cultures. Now that music is brought to life in One Love: The Bob Marley Musical, which celebrates one of the world's most influential artists by bringing Marley's inspirational music catalogue to the stage for the first time. His greatest songs are performed live, including No Woman No Cry, Exodus, Jamming and many more.
There are a final few tickets available but these are selling quickly - so don't miss your last chance to see the show before it finishes on 15 April! Book online now or call our box office on 0121 236 4455.
We look forward to jamming with you here at The REP!
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