Hairspray at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Hairspray Tickets

Queen Elizabeth Theatre | Vancouver, British Columbia


The Queen Elizabeth Theatre is asking you to join in on the famous journey of Tracy Turnblad, the curvy high school girl who has captured the hearts of the masses of musical lovers that have enjoyed Hairspray. The date to book your tickets for is Friday 5th April 2024, so find your cursor , and press the link beneath to secure your tickets. Since it’s initial showing Hairspray has become a theatre that has repeatedly amazed audiences with its plucky, larger than life narrative and fantastic, upbeat music, with characters that pop from the stage full of life. Make sure you don’t miss out, and join in on wishing Baltimore a ‘Good Morning!’, as Tracy Turnblad wakes up on the day the story starts. Guarantee your seats immediately for Hairspray at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre for Hairspray.

The Queen Elizabeth Theatre is delighted to be hosting one of the most loved theatre that has been stealing audiences’ hearts since 2002. For just over twenty years Hairspray has grown into a show all musical fans have on their theater wish list. The famous Marc Shaiman wrote the music and wrote the lyrics with John Waters for the well known songs that have become timeless expressions that people around the globe know. You won’t but help sing along to the lines, such as, you're like a fatal disease, babe but there's no cure so let this fever rage, so make sure you take your opportunity to experience Hairspray live! Places are currently available, so what are you waiting for and buy your places today. The day to save is Friday 5th April 2024. The stage will light up to show Baltimore local Tracy Turnblad, the happy-go-lucky, plus-sized high school student that has hopes and a soul that are bigger than her waist measurements.

The story starts - It is 1962 and Tracy has hopes of appearing on the local TV dance program, The Corny Collins Show, but is met with no, it can’t happen. Yet, Tracy proves people wrong and after getting a role in the show with her spunky attitude and swinging hips and becoming a celebrity overnight. But she learns that there are injustices in her hometown that she cannot abide. What will unfold when Tracy and her pals and family stand up to the wrongs in their town?

Whether you have never experienced Hairspray before, or whether you have sung along to it lots of times, it is a musical that thrills every time. With its cheeky humour, strong poignant moments and original, amazing music, every audience member will be taking a protest against bullies, and swinging to the rhythms and grooves of the swinging 60’s. Don’t miss out and snap up your tickets today!

Hairspray at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

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