Watch Ivano Turco talk Everybody’s Talking About Jamie ahead of West End return

Hit British musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is heading back to London next year, coming to the Peacock Theatre from 5 February to 16 March 2024.

And the star of the show will be Ivano Turco (Get Up, Stand Up!,Cinderella) as Jamie New.

Watch Ivano talk about his new big role and transform into Jamie in this brand new video, that goes behind-the-scenes of the show.

The cast also stara Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About JamieDear Evan Hansen,) as Margaret New,  Shobna Gulati (The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Coronation Street) as Ray, Talia Palamathanan (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Tour and film) as Pritti, with John Partridge(Eastenders) as Hugo/Loco Chanelle (7 September to 11 November 2023 and 16 January to 16 March).

The London is run in part of a wider UK and Ireland tour that will see the show kick off at The Lowry in Manchester from 7 September 2023, and then Sunderland, Nottingham, Bromley, Birmingham, Cardiff, Brighton, Leeds, Blackpool, Llandudno, Oxford, Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Woking, Sheffield, Liverpool, Glasgow and more.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has a score by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells (Brokeback Mountain), and is written by Tom MacRae (Doctor Who), and directed by Matt Ryan, from original direction by Jonathan Butterell.

The show is choreographed by Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Kate Prince (Into The Woods, SYLVIA, Message In A Bottle), and designed by Anna Fleischle, with Lighting design by Lucy Carter, Sound design by Paul Groothuis, Video Design by Luke Halls, Casting by Will Burton, and Musical Supervision by Theo Jamieson.

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📷 Main photo: Ivano Turco as Jamie in Everybody's Talling About Jamie

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