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The Last Ship Tickets

The Last Ship is the latest musical in a string brought to life by the music of a titan of the rock n' roll! Sting lends his musical prowess to this theater production that is a cannot miss show for any theatergoer! Purchase your The Last Ship theater tickets now.
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The Last Ship Theater Tickets

The Last Ship is a musical about the end of the shipbuilding industry of Northeast England. The beautiful score by 16-time Grammy winner Sting perfectly captures the working class spirit as the men in the town of Wallsend fight to hold on to the past in a rapidly changing world. The Last Ship tickets provide a rare treat to those looking to spend a night at the theater.

Set in Sting’s actual hometown, the musical winds together the disparate narrative strands of the townsfolk. At the center of it all is Gideon, a young man who set off in his youth to travel the world and is now returning to Wallsend. Upon his arrival he discovers a community struggling to cope with the closing of the shipyard that had provided the basis of the town’s economy for generations. In a final effort to maintain control over their lives, the men decide to break into the shuttered shipyard to construct one last vessel that will stand as a testament to their spirit. Add to that Gideon’s attempts to win back the love of his youth and you have the kind of heartbreaking autobiographical show that only Sting could compose.