Presented by Seabright Productions and Silent Uproar

3rd June to 4th June . 7.30pm .
£19 – £22 full price, £17 – £20 concessions

Following award-winning, sell-out London and Edinburgh seasons, and prior to appearing off-Broadway, the acclaimed cabaret musical that explores how it’s OK to not be OK comes to Wilton’s for two nights only. Written by double Olivier Award winner Jon Brittain (Baby Reindeer; Rotterdam; Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho) with music by Matthew Floyd Jones (Frisky and Mannish).

Sally’s a happy person. She doesn’t let little things get her down and almost never cries. But she’s got an illness. It makes her feel like she isn’t the person she wants to be, but she doesn’t want anyone to know about it.

Winner: Scotsman Fringe First Award and Best Musical Award at Edinburgh Fringe

Nominated: Best Musical Off West End Awards (Offies) 2020, Best Director (Musicals) Off West End Awards (Offies) 2020, BeBest Mental Health Fringe Award and Holden Street Theatre Award.

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) has been created with, and commissioned by, award-winning Hull company, Silent Uproar, who champion writers to create daring and fun nights out to make the world a little bit better. 

Madeleine MacMahon
Sophie Clay
Ed Yelland
Writer: Jon Brittain
Director: Alex Mitchell
Musical Director/Composer: Matthew Floyd Jones
Movement Director: Jon Beney
Stage Manager: Jon Calvert
Sound Designer: Ed Clarke
Lighting Designer: Adam Foley
Set and Costume Designer: Amy Jane Cook
Costume Supervisor: Liz Dees
​Construction: Alex Brook
Producer for Silent Uproar: Martin Atkinson

Running time: approximately 70 minutes, with no interval

Age 16+
TW: depression, suicide 

Wilton's has been granted the use of Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' mark. The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences. Find out more here about what Wilton's has put in place ready for your visit, and what you will need to know beforehand.

They like it

  • A mix of wit and low-key emotion that suddenly grips your heart.

    Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

  • ***** WhatsOnStage

  • ****. The Scotsman

  • ****. The Stage

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