The Addams Family Musical Is Coming To S'pore And It Would Be A Grave Mistake To Miss It

Morticia, Gomez, Wednesday, and Pugsley. These characters all share one famous last name – Addams.

Along with Uncle Fester, Grandmama, Lurch the butler, and Thing the hand, everyone’s favourite fictional household, The Addams Family, will be here in Singapore from 15 Nov – 3 Dec, bringing us a musical comedy featuring an original tale.

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The story goes that Wednesday Addams – all grown up now – has kept a shocking secret that only Gomez knows; she is in love with a young man from a normal, respectable family. Find out what chaos ensues when the eccentric Addams clan meet with Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.

A Deadly Sense Of Humor

Direct from UK to Singapore, the musical is packed with amazing talent, fantastic song and dance, and a script that’s a whole lot of fun.

Written by the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award nominated Andrew Lippa, The Addams Family musical stars internet sensation, Carrie Hope Fletcher as the princess of darkness, Wednesday, and Cameron Blakely as Gomez.

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Whether you grew up watching the original cartoons, or are a fan of the TV show or the film, this kooky family is sure to keep you entertained with its unusual, and downright creepy ways.

Fans of The Addams Family, this is a hilarious show you won’t want to miss. Tickets are already on sale and are priced from $86.80* – $146.80*, so grab yours while they’re still available!

Purchase your tickets to The Addams Family here.

The Addams Family
Venue: 
MES Theatre at Mediacorp, 1 Stars Avenue, Singapore 138507
Date: 
15 Nov – 3 Dec 
Price: 
CAT 1: $146.80* | CAT 2: $120.80* | CAT 3: $86.80*

*Discounted prices available only on Hapz.

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