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Booking Period

Show Opened

15th Mar 2014

Running Time

2 hours 30 minutes

Age Restrictions

Recommended for ages 12 and over due to strong language. No children under 5 allowed.

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What's it all about?

Jersey Boys is the story of a band so iconic its members seem more like living legends than flesh and blood. Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is one of those bands.

You know all their hits, even if you think you don’t. And the joyous, feel-good, Olivier Award-winning Jersey Boys is your chance to glimpse the men behind the music – the mafia links, the jail stints, the fall-outs and the ultimate triumph of one of the greatest bands of all time.

What's the story?

Jersey Boys isn’t one of those musicals that pegs a few songs onto a flimsy story. You’ll be gripped as you learn how the area they came from shaped the lives, loves and songs of The Four Seasons – and all straight from the horse’s mouth, as each band member takes a turn at telling his tale.

You’ll hear how mob connections, bad debts, prison time and jealousy took their toll, but also how talent took them to the very top. And along the way you’ll find out one or two fascinating facts – how fellow Jersey boy Joe Pesci turned the trio into a quartet, how the band got their name, and how the mega-hit 'Can’t Take My Eyes Off You' almost never was.

Who's in it?

From 'Big Girls Don’t Cry' to 'December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)', 'Walk Like a Man', 'Working My Way Back To You' and 'Bye, Baby (Baby, Goodbye)', you’ll be wowed by the sheer wealth of hits in Jersey Boys at the Piccadilly Theatre – not to mention added extras from the girl band they toured with. No wonder the Jersey Boys cast album garnered a Grammy.

Speaking of the Jersey Boys cast, it currently features Matt Corner as Frankie Valli, Simon Bailey as Tommy De Vito, Declan Egan as Bob Gaudio and Matt Hunt as Nick Massi, with Dayle Hodgeplaying Frankie Valli at certain performances.

Who is Jersey Boys suitable for?

You’ll particularly love Jersey Boys if you’re a baby boomer. But this really is one of those shows people see, then come back again with the whole family.

You’ll instantly respond to the doo-wop beats of those timeless classics, whatever your age. And if you’re a fan of The Sopranos or Goodfellas, you’ll be surprised to find this story has edge as well as fantastic songs and a whole lot of heart.

Please Note: Some authentic New Jersey strong language may make Jersey Boys inappropriate for young children.

Why book with us?

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Did You Know?

The score for Jersey Boys requires a small orchestra with nine musicians: three keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, two woodwind players and a trumpet.

During their nearly 40 year career, Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons sold over 100 million records. That makes them the most successful white doo wop group.

December 1963 (Oh What A Night) spent six months on the charts. It was the best selling Four Seasons single of all time and, at the time, was the longest-charting single in history lasting fifty weeks on the Hot 100.

Important Information

Contains strong language. Latecomers will be allowed in at the first suitable break.

Awards

2006 Tony Awards

Best Musical

Best Performance By a Leading Actor

Best Performance By a Featured Actor

2007 Grammy Awards

Best Musical Album

2008 Olivier Awards

Best New Musical

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