Thespie digital platform to offer West End musical Six Reunion

West End performers from the musical Six are reuniting for a unique live stage and streaming show, dubbed The Reunion, using the Thespie digital platform.

The seven participating vocalists comprise Aimie Atkinson, Alexia McIntosh, Grace Mouat, Jarneia Richard-Noel, Maiya Quansah-Breed, Millie O’Connell, and Natalie Paris, The group have Olivier Award nomination, theatrical and concert credits, and they have been featured on studio recordings, cast albums and concert livestreams spanning musical theatre and pop. 

“We are beyond thrilled and excited to be back together again with our reunion show! and with an actual live audience! We cannot wait to belt out some of our favourite girl power anthems and bring our fans an epic show they will never forget!” say the group.

Performances will be held in Oval Space, a spacious and well-ventilated  COVID-secure East London venue that has been entirely reimagined for safe, seated music and theatre performances. The seating plan is entirely flexible which allows seating to be customised to the audience that books. Audiences book for themselves and their household or support bubble only (to a maximum of six), and Thespie’s technology determines a seat plan that ensures safe spacing between households and optimises use of the space. Audiences receive their seating assignment and scannable digital ticket prior to the event.

The event is being powered by the theatre platform Thespie, which is reconnecting artists and audiences, offering 1500+ global streaming and digital resources for theatre and the arts, London theatre listings, and now ticketing and streaming support for artists. 

Thespie is built and run by a team of theatre lovers with extensive tech and theatre credentials from Amazon, Disney, TodayTix, ATG, Encore Tickets and Met Opera.

The Reunion will feature songs by celebrated female pop artists and touch on the artists’ bonds, on stage and off. 

Thespie launched May 2020 as a method of connecting theatre and the arts with their audience. In addition to 1,500 digital streaming listings, as well as audio, theatre ebooks, and educational resources, there are nearly 400 productions to stream for free.  

 “These incredibly talented artists are the ideal collaborators to deliver a thrilling performance for in-person and at-home audiences simultaneously. So many people are ready to experience incredible shows again and are happy to follow robust, simple-to-follow safety measures, so we’re proud to be solving the operational challenges that can get artists working again,”  says Thespie founder Tyler Stoops. 

 Masks are required and should be worn whenever feasible; if the performance cannot proceed, purchasers will automatically be refunded. 

 The global livestream will take place at 9:30PM BST on Saturday, October 10 and will be available in over 100 countries, with several local currency prices available. Advance purchase of a Household Livestream Pass is £12.50 if booked before 30 September. 

One pass entitles the purchaser to view with their entire household live, or on-demand for 72 hours following the initial livestream. Repeat viewing is permitted, but a pass can only be used on a single account and a single device. Livestream Pass prices rise in October to £15. 

 Live tickets are £35-£55 and can be booked at