Get Up Stand Up Bob Marley Musical

Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical at Lyric Theatre

Soothe your soul after a troublesome year with the music and spirit of one of the world’s great prophets – Bob Marley.

Event Info

Date & Time

May 28 - December 19


Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK

Tel: +44 (0)330 333 4812

Tickets & Prices

Friday 28 May 2021 –
Sunday 19 December 2021

£15 Previews

Tuesday – Saturday, 7.30pm
Saturday & Sunday, 2.30pm
Sunday, 7pm

Approx 2hrs 30mins with one interval


All prices include a £1.50 restoration levy. All prices subject to availability and can be withdrawn at any time.

Book Tickets

Looking to lively up yourself this summer?

Taking inspiration from the legendary artist’s extraordinary life and visionary lyrics, this brand new musical makes its world premiere at London’s Lyric Theatre from 28th May – 19th December 2021.

The multi award-winning team of Lee Hall (writer), Clint Dyer (director) and Arinzé Kene (playing Bob Marley), fused with a euphoric company of performers and the finest reggae musicians, bring this triumphant tale of passion, political unrest and progress to life in the heart of London’s West End.

Filled with an exhilarating mix of Marley’s hits played live, get ready to soothe your soul after a troublesome year and rediscover Marley’s musical message of love and unity. Pre-book tickets from £15 each.

Book tickets online here. Or, call +44 (0)330 333 4812.

The Lyric Theatre operates strictly under the government COVID-19 guidelines. For further information check the COVID-19 secure information page

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