Jersey Boys cast, London Theatre Production

Jersey Boys extends at London’s Trafalgar Theatre

Jersey Boys, the West End and Broadway smash-hit musical has extended its run at the Trafalgar Theatre in London’s vibrant West End.

The Grammy and Olivier award winning show will now run until 2 October 2022 with tickets for the new booking period now on sale. The musical returned to London earlier this year where it opened to rave reviews at the new multi-million pound reinstated Trafalgar Theatre on 28 July 2021.

Jersey Boys in the West End stars Ben Joyce as Frankie Valli, Adam Bailey as Bob Gaudio, Karl James Wilson as Nick Massi and Benjamin Yates as Tommy De Vito. 

Also in the cast are Ben Irish (Bob Crewe), Mark Isherwood (Gyp de Carlo), Elliot Allinson (Swing), Koko Basigara (Lorraine), Melanie Bright (Mary Delgado), Jack Campbell (Swing), Carl Douglas (Norm/Hank), Matteo Johnson (Joe Pesci), Huon Mackley (Swing), Jacob McIntosh (Barry Belson), Bonnie Page (Swing), Andy Smith (Swing) and Helen Ternent (Francine).

Written by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice, with music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe, Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, a group of ordinary guys from New Jersey who became one became an international sensation.

The show is packed with their hits, including Beggin’SherryWalk Like A ManDecember, 1963 (Oh What a Night)Big Girls Don’t CryMy Eyes Adored YouLet’s Hang On (To What We’ve Got)Bye Bye BabyCan’t Take My Eyes Off YouWorking My Way Back to YouFallen AngelRag Doll and Who Loves You.    

Recipient of Broadway’s Tony, London’s Olivier and Australia’s Helpmann Awards for Best New Musical, Jersey Boys is the winner of 65 major awards and has been seen by over 27 million people worldwide. 

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👤 📅17 January 2022
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📷 Main photo: LtoR: Adam Bailey (Bob Gaudio), Ben Joyce (Frankie Valli), Benjamin Yates (Tommy De Vito) & Karl James Wilson (Nick Massi), credit Darren Bell

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