Richard Rogers Theatre | Manhattan, New York
If you are tired of spending your Sunday nights at home, then the illustrious Richard Rodgers Theatre has a fantastic alternative. Because on Sunday 21st November 2021, the Obie Award Winning and multi-time Drama Desk Award Winning show, Hamilton, is coming to New York City, New York for another stunning show. Even if you’ve never been to this show before, we know that you’ll find a lot to love! An ever growing list of fans are already calling this the can’t-miss show of the decade, and social media is abuzz with rave reviews since it’s release. Don’t miss out on catching Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Sunday 21st November 2021, because if you cherish theatre which you will be talking about for years to come, then you owe it to yourself to experience the excitement and thrills first-hand. To book your tickets today, click the Buy Tickets button below.
It's Alexander Hamilton! That bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dumped in the middle of a neglected spot in the Caribbean by providence, destitute, and in the grime, a beggar and a petty crook, grows up to be a Hero and a Banker, rebuilding the American banking system becoming one of the founding fathers of this great nation and eventually dying from a gunshot wound caused by one of his friends… and that is just the first song in the first five minutes of the play! Come on down to Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City for the Sunday 21st November 2021 for three hours of humorous hip-hop tunes and rap battles, which will no doubt leave you stunned, this is a extremely entertaining night out! This poignant piece of art, will grab you from the very first song, a fast-paced, lyrical line, lyrical rhyme furiously thrown at you amid spectacular set pieces and fabulous choreographed dances, will take you through the life of Alexander Hamilton in a non-stop, rapid fire recount of American independence. You do not want to miss your shot, grab your tickets right now to the most American of tales to ever grace Broadway!