Jersey Boys | Trafalgar Theatre London

Jersey Boys review round-up at the Trafalgar Theatre in London

Jersey Boys is back in London playing at the Trafalgar Theatre in London.

The original artistic team of Jersey Boys, including director Des McAnuff, is behind this new production, and the talented cast includes Benjamin Yates’ as Tommy De Vito, Karl James Wilson as Nick Massi, Adam Bailey as Bob Gaudio, and making his West End debut, Ben Joyce as Frankie Valli.

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"Four Seasons story still hits all the high notes"

"The doo-wop musical returns to the West End: a cracking true tale of mob connections, bad debts, prison spells and soaring success, with a seemingly endless catalogue of hits"

"Some jukebox musicals treat the songs as a jumping off point for fantasy. Jersey Boys – returning to the West End, where it first ran from 2008 to 2017 – is the opposite, just the band’s own story, soundtracked by the songs as Bob Gaudio and Bob Crewe wrote them."

Lyndsey Winship, The Guardian

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"Jersey Boys are back in the West End and it’s the show we need"

"Jersey Boys is back in town and oh, what a show it is. The story of four ordinary men from New Jersey and their rise to fame as the Four Seasons returns to London, four years after its last West End run."

Lizzie Akita, Evening Standard

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"the storyline wanders but Ben Joyce is a revelation as Frankie Valli"

Clive Davis, The Times

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"Jersey Boys returns to the West End with a night of lighthearted musical entertainment"

"Ben Joyce – who only graduated from drama school this summer – takes the lead role of Frankie, and does a cracking job of replicating that signature falsetto."

Chris Selman, Gay Times

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Date: 18 August 2021
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