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Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys
Black Friday

Jersey Boys

London, Greater London
The unbelievable story of the Four Seasons, packed with singalong hits.
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About Jersey Boys

Oh what a night you’ll have at Jersey Boys! Yes, the beloved show about Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is back in the West End, and you’ll be beggin’ for more from these musical geniuses – and their extremely colourful lives. Book Black Friday Jersey Boys tickets in London on TodayTix.

The Jersey Boys musical tells one story from four very different perspectives. You’ll hear about their rise to fame and acrimonious split as viewed by the band’s warring members: Tommy DeVito, who began it all with his brother Nick; their pal Nick Massi; the sensational teenage newcomer Frankie Castelluccio; and, competing the magic set, talented songwriter Bob Gaudio.

Together, they racked up numerous hits that are still celebrated today, such as “December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, “Sherry”, “Bye Bye Baby”, “Walk Like A Man”, “ Let’s Hang On (To What We’ve Got)”, “Working My Way Back to You”, and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”. Hearing them sung live by the talented Jersey Boys London cast is a special treat.

From pop hits to dealings with the mob, and from smooth harmonies to band in-fighting, this award-winning tale has everything. Work your way back to this musical hit. Book Jersey Boys tickets now on TodayTix.

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Latecomes may not be admitted

Tell Me More

Marshall Brickman and Rick Elise, book writers for Jersey Boys, interviewed the band members as research – and cleverly decided to make a virtue of their differing accounts by building it into the structure of their show. There’s no one definitive version of the truth, either in life or in the musical.

The Broadway production opened in 2005 and ran for an astonishing 4,642 performances, finally closing in 2017. The West End run was a massive hit too, playing from 2008-2017. Jersey Boys won both the Tony and Olivier Awards for Best Musical, and its cast recording won a Grammy Award.

Members of that award-winning team returned for this West End revival: director Des McAnuff, choreographer Sergio Trujillo, designer Klara Zieglerova, costume designer Jess Goldstein, and lighting designer Howell Binkley.

That means you’re getting the Jersey Boys you know and love, once more brought to the stage by the people who created it. But the show has also been refreshed – as has the beautifully revamped Trafalgar Theatre – and benefits from exciting new talent stepping into those iconic roles.

What to Watch For:

  • The subtitle for Jersey Boys could well be "Bad Boys." In stark contrast to their sweet crooning and squeaky-clean public image, the writers were shocked to find all the drama behind the scenes – including gambling debts and jail sentences. But hey: it makes for great theatre.
  • The show’s structure is split into four sections, with each told by a different member of the band, and each given a different time period: spring, summer, autumn, winter. That gives rise to a very pleasing pun – the four seasons, told by The Four Seasons.
  • Many talented musical theatre performers have passed through the ranks of the Jersey Boys over the years. That includes current Broadway stars Sebastian Arcelus and Andy Karl: the former played Bob Gaudio, the latter Tommy DeVito.
  • Clint Eastwood adapted Jersey Boys into a movie in 2014, executive produced by Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio. John Lloyd Young reprised his Tony-winning turn as Frankie, and the film also featured Hollywood stars like Christopher Walken.
Run time

2 hours 30 minutes

Start date

June 2nd, 2021

Genre

Musicals

Venue

Trafalgar Theatre

Age

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware Jersey Boys contains genuine New Jersey language which may not be suitable for younger audiences

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