Back to the Future, the musical, has opened for a three month run at the Manchester Opera House, before it heads to London’s West End.
The stage show of the 1985 pop culture phenomenon has been put together by the film’s original creative team of Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis, and is being directed by Tony award-winner John Rando. With the film known for its music, the musical features hits from the movie’s original soundtrack, as well as a new score from combined eight-time Grammy-winning duo Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard.
With the film’s cult following, and a stellar team behind it, this musical is likely to be a smash hit, so don’t miss the chance to be one of the first to see it. It’s corny, but we’ll say it anyway…set your destination to the Manchester Opera House and make a date with history – your future depends on it.
You can catch Marty McFly (just don’t call him chicken) and Doc in Manchester until 17 May 2020.
Tickets cost from £13 and you can book here.
Show times: Mon-Sat at 19:30 / Wed and Sat at 14:30