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Join HAIR's Hippie New Year Party

Join HAIR's Hippie New Year PartyCome #JoinTheTribe one final time on Friday 12 January 2018 with their Hippie New Year/Closing Party post show from 2215hrs!

After a hugely successful run at The Vaults, the 50th Anniversary production of HAIR is celebrating with a huge late night party the night before it closes.

Join in the huge Woodstock-themed bar - teepees, cushion corner, tie-dye prints - with everything needed for a legal high! You can dance the night away and say Good Morning Starshine well into the early hours! Tickets for the post show party are £5 entry each - but if you have attended the show on the night, 12/01/18, just present your ticket at the door of the immersive bar for FREE ENTRY!

The 50th anniversary production of HAIR, the iconic rock musical at London's fully immersive Off-West-End theatre, The Vaults, must close on Saturday 13 January 2018 - so time is running out to #JoinTheTribe and enjoy the genuinely youthful cast bringing the original protest musical to life - in the intimate theatre seating just 200, revealing every emotion up close and personal through HAIR's drug fuelled journey.

HAIR changed the face of musical theatre and is - still as relevant now as it was in the 60s.

1967 and HAIR's hippie-hood youngsters live as The Tribe, in the East Village of New York: yearning to change the world, questioning authority and the American flag. They are wild, colourful, free, sexually liberated beautiful people who join in protest and song - under the shadow of the Vietnam War. Featuring classic hit songs: Aquarius, Let the Sun Shine In and Good Morning Star Shine - and the story of youth and war still resounds throughout the world making this a topical musical for the millennial generation. 2017 vividly sees the world protesting and marching, fighting for freedom of speech; from Trump to Brexit via Syria - the core spirit of HAIR.

Like a mini Woodstock, from the moment the audience arrive, The Vaults is transformed into a fully immersive 60s venue, with psychedelic, innovative creatives and hippie flower power, 60s themed drinks - everything needed for a legal high. The audience then move through to the seated theatre space for HAIR - the musical that changed the face of the modern musical.

The cast for this thrilling, young and moving production of HAIR is: Daniel Bailey (Motown The Musical - Shaftesbury Theatre, The Lion King - Lyceum Theatre), Berger - Andy Coxon (Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, Les Misérables - West End, Mitch in Yank! - Charing Cross Theatre), ADAM DAWSON (Jet in West Side Story RSC Live - Stratford), ABIOLA EFUNSHILE (Urdang graduate 2017), Margaret Mead - Patrick George (Cats - UK tour), Hud - JAMMY KASONGO (Beautiful The Carole King Musical - Aldwych), Jeanie - Jessie May (Fiona in Blondel - The New Union Theatre, Rock Of Ages - UK tour). Returning to the production from the acclaimed Manchester run are: Cassie - Natalie Green (Wicked - UK tour), Sheila - Laura Johnson (Rizzo in Grease - UK tour), Dionne - SHEKINAH McFARLANE (Parade - Hope Mill Theatre, The Lion King - UK & International tour), Claude - Robert Metson (Ryan in Bear - Southwark Playhouse), Woof - Liam Ross-Mills (Les Misérables - West End, Ben in Ushers: The Front of House Musical - Charing Cross Theatre), Mary - KORYANN STEVENS (West Side Story - Live Nation) and Chrissy - KIRSTEN WRIGHT (Our Seasons End - The AC Group).

HAIR - book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni, music by Galt MacDermot. Produced by Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment, Ollie Rosenblatt for Senbla, Joseph Houston and William Whelton for Hope Mill Theatre and Associate Producers Guy James and Joe Brown. Directed by Jonathan O'Boyle (Ass. Director An American In Paris - Dominion, Ass. Director The Scottsboro Boys - Young Vic & West End, The Judas Kiss - Toronto & New York, This House - West End, Bull - Young Vic, Pippin - Hope Mill Theatre); Musical Director - Gareth Bretherton (The Verb, To Love - Old Red Lion, Seasons of Larson - Lyric Theatre); Choreographer - William Whelton (Our House - Union Theatre); Set & Costume Designer - Maeve Black (Adam & Eve...and Steve - Kings Head Theatre); Sound - Max Perryment (Start Swimming - Young Vic; Lighting Designer - Ben M Rogers (Jesus Christ Superstar - Scandinavian Tour) and Casting Director - Ben Newsome.

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