New dates have been announced for the second leg of the UK & Ireland tour of Jersey Boys.
The hit tour will return to Edinburgh, Wolverhampton and Cardiff plus a venue the show has never played: Swansea Arena. Full dates and venues listed below. The tour opened at New Wimbledon Theatre on 24 November 2021 and is booking through to 19 May 2023.
Casting for the second leg of the tour will be announced.
The current cast includes previous tour alumni Michael Pickering and Lewis Griffiths returning as Frankie Valli and Nick Massi respectively, with Blair Gibson as Bob Gaudio and Dalton Wood as Tommy DeVito. Luke Suri will play Frankie Valli at certain performances.
Also in the cast are Dougie Carter (Hank Majewski), Ryan Carter-Wilson (Swing), Emma Crossley (Mary Delgado), Jordan James (Gyp DeCarlo), Norton James (Norm Waxman), Michael Levi (Bob Crewe), Tom O’Brien (Swing), Nathan Routledge (Swing), George Salmon (Joe Pesci), Ellie Seaton (Lorraine), Daisy Steere (Francine), Amy West (Swing), and Damien Winchester (Barry Belson).
Jersey Boys is written by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice, with music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe. The juke-box musical 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 Grammy and Olivier award winning show will is also playing at the Trafalgar Theatre in London’s West End.
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.
The show is packed with their hits, including Beggin’, Sherry, Walk Like A Man, December, 1963 (Oh What a Night), Big Girls Don’t Cry, My Eyes Adored You, Let’s Hang On (To What We’ve Got), Bye Bye Baby, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Working My Way Back to You, Fallen Angel, Rag Doll and Who Loves You.
Jersey Boys Tour Schedule for 2022 / 2023
Venue Cymru, Llandudno (31 May – 4 June); Churchill Theatre, Bromley (7 – 11 June); Grand Opera House, Belfast (15 – 25 June); Mayflower Theatre Southampton (5 – 16 July); Leeds Grand Theatre (26 July – 6 August); Blackpool Opera House (16 – 27 August); Newcastle Theatre Royal (30 August – 10 September); Nottingham Royal Concert Hall (14 – 24 September); New Victoria Theatre, Woking (27 September – 8 October); Manchester Opera House (18 – 29 October); Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin (1 – 12 November); Eastbourne Congress Theatre (15 – 19 November); Edinburgh Playhouse (24 January – 4 February 2023); His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen (7 – 11 February); Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton (7 – 18 March); Royal & Derngate, Northampton (21 March – 1 April); Eastbourne Congress Theatre (15 – 19 November); Aylesbury Waterside Theatre (22 – 26 November); Swansea Arena (29 November – 3 December); Bristol Hippodrome (10 – 21 January 2023); Edinburgh Playhouse (24 January – 4 February): His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen (7 – 11 February);Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield (21 February – 4 March); Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton (7 – 18 March), Royal & Derngate, Northampton (21 March – 1 April ); Southend Cliffs Pavilion (4 – 8 April) and Wales Millennium Centre (11 – 22 April).