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About Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour

Direct from the West End, Jamie’s the talk of the UK

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the multi-award winning show with fabulous songs by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling Dan Gillespie Sells and writer Tom MacRae.

Inspired by a true story, Jamie is a fearless, funny, coming-of-age musical that everyone will love.

A fabulous cast includes Ivano Turco (Get Up, Stand Up!,Cinderella) as Jamie New; Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About JamieDear Evan Hansen,) as Margaret New; Talia Palamathanan (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Tour and film) as Pritti; Sejal Keshwala (Bend It Like Beckham) as Ray; Kevin Clifton (Strictly Come Dancing) as Hugo / Loco Chanelle; and Sam Bailey (The X Factor) as Miss Hedge.

Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. Jamie is going to be a sensation!

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is now touring the UK – see tour dates and booking info, below.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour - Tour Dates

7 September 2023 - 20 July 2024

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Aberdeen His Majesty's Theatre
21 May 2024 - 25 May 2024
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Northampton Royal and Derngate
27 May 2024 - 1 June 2024
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Canterbury The Marlowe Theatre
3 June 2024 - 8 June 2024
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Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Theatre
10 June 2024 - 15 June 2024
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Hull New Theatre
17 June 2024 - 22 June 2024
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Norwich Theatre Royal
24 June 2024 - 29 June 2024
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Bradford Alhambra Theatre
1 July 2024 - 6 July 2024
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Leicester Curve Theatre
15 July 2024 - 20 July 2024
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Past Tour Dates

Brighton Theatre Royal | 31 October 2023 - 11 November 2023
Leeds Grand Theatre | 14 November 2023 - 19 November 2023
Blackpool Winter Gardens | 21 November 2023 - 25 November 2023
Llandudno Venue Cymru | 28 November 2023 - 2 December 2023
Oxford New Theatre | 12 December 2023 - 30 December 2023
Southampton Mayflower Theatre | 9 January 2024 - 14 January 2024
Newcastle Theatre Royal | 16 January 2024 - 20 January 2024
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre | 23 January 2024 - 27 January 2024
Woking New Victoria Theatre | 29 January 2024 - 3 February 2024
London Peacock Theatre | 8 February 2024 - 23 March 2024
Bristol Hippodrome | 25 March 2024 - 30 March 2024
Plymouth Theatre Royal | 1 April 2024 - 6 April 2024
Sheffield Lyceum Theatre | 9 April 2024 - 20 April 2024
Liverpool Empire Theatre | 22 April 2024 - 27 April 2024
Eastbourne Congress Theatre | 30 April 2024 - 4 May 2024
Portsmouth King's Theatre | 6 May 2024 - 11 May 2024
Glasgow King's Theatre | 13 May 2024 - 18 May 2024

What's the story of Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour?

Inspired by the BBC documentary ‘Jamie: Drag Queen at 16’, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the powerful story of a boy with a passion for drag.

Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. Jamie is going to be a sensation.

Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight.

Who is in the cast of Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour?

Ivano Turco as Jamie New; Rebecca McKinnis as Margaret New; Talia Palamathanan as Pritti; Sejal Keshwala as Ray; Kevin Clifton as Hugo / Loco Chanelle; and Sam Bailey as Miss Hedge.

Other cast include:KY Kelly as Laika Virgin, Garry Lee as Sandra Bollock, David McNair as Tray Sophisticay, Akshay Gulati as Jamie’s Dad, Jordan Ricketts as Dean, Liv Ashman as Vicki, Rhiannon Bacchus as Fatimah, Geoff Berrisford as Sayid, Jessica Daugirda as Bex, Finton Flynn as Young Loco/Cover Jamie, Annabelle Laing as Becca, Luca Moscardini as Levi, Joshian Angelo Omana as Cy, Thomas Walton as Mickey, Takaiyah Bailey as Female Swing, Joe Wolstenholme as Male Swing and Georgina Hagen as Understudy Margaret/Ray/Miss Hedge.

 

 

Who are the creative team of Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour?

Music by Dan Gillespie Sells, Book and Lyrics by Tom MacRae, From an idea by Jonathan Butterell

Directed by Matt Ryan from original direction by Jonathan Butterell; Design by Anna Fleischle; Choreography by Kate Prince; Lighting design by Lucy Carter; Sound design by Paul Groothuis; Video Design Luke Halls; Casting by Will Burton; Musical Supervisor Theo Jamieson.


Reviews of Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour

★★★★★ "A burst of joy" - TimeOut
★★★★★ "Sparkling coming-of-age musical with a twist" - The Times
★★★★★ "Sweeps you away on a tide of mischief, warmth and exuberance" - Financial Times
★★★★★ "Irresistible: A joyous, life-affirming Billy Elliot" - The Independent
★★★★ "A touching, funny and joyous production" - The Guardian
★★★★ "A feel-good bubble of happiness" - Daily Telegraph
★★★★  Average review score

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Show Information

Age restrictions
12+
Running time
2hours 40 minutes (including interval)

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Important Notes

Content warning:

Haze, flashing lights, strong language and mild sexual references.

Ages:

Standard no under 5s. Recommended 12+ and parental discretion advised – show contains some strong language and mild sexual references


Ticket Information

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The running time of Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour is 2hours 40 minutes (including interval)
The age recommendations for Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour are: 12+

News about Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Tour

First-look Photos: Kevin Clifton & Sam Bailey in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie UK Tour
Fabulous new photos have been released of Kevin Clifton and Sam Bailey, who have joined the cast of the UK tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. Strictly Come Dancing professional and series 16 winner Kevin Clifton is playing Hugo/Loco Chanelle in the UK tour, alongside X-Factor winner Sam Bailey, as Miss Hedge. [ngg src="galleries" ids="1619" display="pro_tile"] The smash-hit and critically acclaimed musical has recently completed a residency at the West End's Peacock Theatre, and is now back out on tour, with forthcoming dats including Sheffield, Liverpool, Eastbourne, Portsmouth, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Northampton, Bradford, Milton Keynes, Hull and Leicester. Also starring in the show is Ivano Turco (Get Up, Stand Up!, Cinderella) as Jamie New, Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie West End, Dear Evan Hansen, We Will Rock You, Les Misérables) as Margaret New, Sejal Keshwala (Bend It Like Beckham) as Ray and Talia Palamathanan (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Tour and film) as Pritti. Completing the cast are KY Kelly (Anthony Gyde) (Laika Virgin), Garry Lee (Sandra Bollock), David McNair (Tray Sophisticay), Akshay St Clair (Dad), Jordan Ricketts (Dean), Liv Ashman (Vicki), Rhiannon Bacchus (Fatimah), Geoff Berrisford (Sayid), Jessica Daugirda (Bex), Finton Flynn (Young Loco Chanelle / Jamie New cover), Annabelle Laing (Becca), Luca Moscardini (Levi), Joshian Omana (Cy), Thomas Walton (Mickey), Takayiah Bailey (Swing), Joe Wolstenholme (Swing) and Georgina Hagen (Understudy Margaret / Ray / Miss Hedge). 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. Book Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets at the Peacock Theatre More Photos of Everybody's Talking About Jamie [ngg src="galleries" ids="1618" display="pro_horizontal_filmstrip"]
Darren Day joins Everybody’s Talking About Jamie UK Tour
Darren Day will join the UK tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie in the role of Hugo/Loco Chanelle. Darren shot to fame in 1993 playing Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat at the London Palladium and has been a regular on the West End stage since with credits including Godspell, Copacabana, Summer Holiday, Grease, The Rocky Horror Show, Carousel, We Will Rock You, Les Miserables, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and Hello Dolly. Darren will be appearing in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie from 21 November – 30 December 2023 at Blackpool Winter Gardens, Venue Cymru in Llandudno, and for the three week Christmas season at Oxford New Theatre. Darren Day said “I can’t wait to step into Loco Chanelle’s heels and join the brilliantly talented cast of the UK Tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. It’s a wonderfully uplifting show filled with great music and humour and has a beautiful message at its heart. I’m thrilled to be part of it.” Harriet Payne (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Original Cast, The Wild Tonics) joins the tour as Miss Hedge in Llandudno and Oxford having originated the role of Bex in the show in Sheffield and at the Apollo Theatre, and covered the role of Miss Hedge in the West End and Los Angeles. They join previously announced Ivano Turco as Jamie New, Rebecca McKinnis as Margaret New, Shobna Gulati as Ray and Talia Palamathanan as Pritti. The tour also stars John Partridge as Hugo / Loco Chanelle from 7 September – 19 November 2023 and 8 January – 23 March 2024. Kevin Clifton plays Hugo / Loco Chanelle from 25 March – 15 July 2024. Hayley Tamaddon plays Miss Hedge from 7 September – 26 November 2023. Giovanna Fletcher plays Miss Hedge from 8 January - 23 March 2024 and Sam Bailey plays Miss Hedge from 25 March – 15 July 2024. Completing the cast for the 2023-24 UK Tour are KY Kelly, Garry Lee, David McNair, Akshay St Clair, Jordan Ricketts, Liv Ashman, Rhiannon Bacchus, Geoff Berrisford, Jessica Daugirda, Finton Flynn, Annabelle Laing, Luca Moscardini, Joshian Omana, Thomas Walton, Takayiah Bailey and Georgina Hagen. Following a record-breaking three-year West End residency, sold out UK & Ireland Tour and Amazon studios award-winning film the show opens at The Lowry on 7 September 2023 before visiting Sunderland, Nottingham, Bromley, Birmingham, Cardiff, Brighton, Leeds, Blackpool, Llandudno, Oxford, Southampton, Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Woking, London, Bristol, Plymouth, Sheffield, Liverpool, Eastbourne, Portsmouth, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Northampton and Leicester. Further tour dates to be announced. Book tickets to Everybody's Talking About Jamie at the Peacock Theatre in London
Photos: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie – in rehearsals
Rehearsal pics are in for the forthcoming tour and London run of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. This smash-hit musical will be coming to the Peacock Theatre in London from 5 February to 16 March 2024, whilst on a big UK tour. The talented cast for the London run includes Ivano Turco (Get Up, Stand Up!, Cinderella) as Jamie New, Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie West End, Dear Evan Hansen, We Will Rock You, Les Misérables) as Margaret New,  Shobna Gulati (The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie West End and Film, Coronation Street, Brassic) as Ray, Talia Palamathanan (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Tour and film) as Pritti, John Partridge (EastEnders, Cabaret) as Hugo / Loco Chanelle, and Giovanna Fletcher (2:22: A Ghost Story) as Miss Hedge. Completing the cast are KY Kelly (Anthony Gyde) (Laika Virgin), Garry Lee (Sandra Bollock), David McNair (Tray Sophisticay), Akshay St Clair (Dad), Jordan Ricketts (Dean), Liv Ashman (Vicki), Rhiannon Bacchus (Fatimah), Geoff Berrisford (Sayid), Jessica Daugirda (Bex), Finton Flynn (Young Loco Chanelle / Jamie New cover), Annabelle Laing (Becca), Luca Moscardini (Levi), Joshian Omana (Cy), Thomas Walton (Mickey), Takayiah Bailey (Swing) and Georgina Hagen (Understudy Margaret / Ray / Miss Hedge). On the tour, John Partridge plays Hugo / Loco Chanelle from 7 September  – 11 November 2023 and 8 January – 23 March 2024; Kevin Clifton plays Hugo / Loco Chanelle from 25 March – 15 July 2024; Hayley Tamaddon plays Miss Hedge from 7 September – 26 November 2023; Giovanna Fletcher plays Miss Hedge from 8 January  -  23 March 2024; and Sam Bailey plays Miss Hedge from 25 March – 15 July 2024. 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), with direction by Matt Ryan based on the show's original direction by Jonathan Butterell. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is playing the West End’s Peacock Theatre from 5 February to 16 March 2024. Book Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets at the Peacock Theatre Photos: Everybody's Talking About Jamie - rehearsals [ngg src="galleries" ids="1280" display="pro_tile"]
Kevin Clifton, Giovanna Fletcher & Sam Bailey join UK Tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Producers of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the smash-hit and critically acclaimed musical, have announced further casting for the 2023-24 UK Tour. Strictly Come Dancing professional and series 16 winner Kevin Clifton will play Hugo/Loco Chanelle from 25 March – 15 July 2024; author, podcast host and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here winner Giovanna Fletcher will play Miss Hedge from 8 January  -  23 March 2024; and  X-Factor winner Sam Bailey taking over the role of Miss Hedge from 25 March – 15 July 2024. Kevin Clifton said “I’m really excited to be joining the UK Tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie after being involved in the movie. It’s inspiring, uplifting and infectious and I can’t wait to jump into Hugo/Loco Chanelle’s heels across the country. I’m proud to be part of a show that carries such an important message and celebrates everyone for who they are.” Giovanna Fletcher said “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a wonderful show. Not only does it have great music, dance and humour, it also has masses of heart. The story is a universal tale of courage and acceptance, and one I can’t wait to help bring to life. I’m thrilled to get back on stage with such a talented cast and look forward to audiences across the UK falling in love with this show.” Sam Bailey said “I’m so excited to be joining the cast of Everybody's Talking About Jamie on tour! As an actress it's just a dream to be playing an amazing role like Miss Hedge, and to be part of a show that has such a heartfelt and positive message.” They join the previously announced Ivano Turco (Get Up, Stand Up!, Cinderella) as Jamie New, Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie West End, Dear Evan Hansen, We Will Rock You, Les Misérables) as Margaret New,  Shobna Gulati (The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie West End and Film, Coronation Street, Brassic) as Ray and Talia Palamathanan (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Tour and film) as Pritti. John Partridge plays Hugo / Loco Chanelle from 7 September  – 11 November 2023 and 8 January – 23 March 2024. Kevin Clifton plays Hugo / Loco Chanelle from 25 March – 15 July 2024. Hayley Tamaddon plays Miss Hedge from 7 September – 26 November 2023, Giovanna Fletcher plays Miss Hedge from 8 January  -  23 March 2024, and Sam Bailey plays Miss Hedge from 25 March – 15 July 2024. Completing the cast for the 2023-24 UK Tour are KY Kelly (Anthony Gyde) (Laika Virgin), Garry Lee (Sandra Bollock), David McNair (Tray Sophisticay), Akshay St Clair (Dad), Jordan Ricketts (Dean), Liv Ashman (Vicki), Rhiannon Bacchus (Fatimah), Geoff Berrisford (Sayid), Jessica Daugirda (Bex), Finton Flynn (Young Loco Chanelle / Jamie New cover), Annabelle Laing (Becca), Luca Moscardini (Levi), Joshian Omana (Cy), Thomas Walton (Mickey), Takayiah Bailey (Swing) and Georgina Hagen (Understudy Margaret / Ray / Miss Hedge). Following a record-breaking three-year West End residency, sold out UK & Ireland Tour and Amazon studios award-winning film the show opens at The Lowry on 7 September 2023 before visiting Sunderland, Nottingham, Bromley, Birmingham, Cardiff, Brighton, Leeds, Blackpool, Llandudno, Oxford, Southampton, Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Woking, London, Bristol, Plymouth, Sheffield, Liverpool, Eastbourne, Portsmouth, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Northampton, Bradford, Milton Keynes, Hull and Leicester. 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. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is playing the West End’s Peacock Theatre from 5 February to 16 March 2024. Book Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets at the Peacock Theatre
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. https://youtube.com/shorts/ONnxyNpiCR0?feature=share The cast also stara Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Dear 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. Book Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets at the Peacock Theatre https://www.instagram.com/p/CuCm60Ps9As/
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie returns to London, casting announced
Ivano Turco, Rebecca McKinnis, John Partridge, Shobna Gulati, Talia Palamathanan set to star Hit British musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is heading back to London next year. The show will play the Peacock Theatre in London from 5 February to 16 March 2024. The London is run in part of a wider UK and Ireland tour that will see the show visit 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 and Glasgow, with further dates to be announced. The cast of this new London run and tour will include Ivano Turco (Get Up, Stand Up!,Cinderella) as Jamie New, Rebecca McKinnis (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Dear 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). Further casting will be announced. Nica Burns, Producer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie said in a press statement: “We are absolutely delighted to be announcing a cracking cast for our second national tour. A huge welcome two new talented stars to the cast of Jamie:  Ivano Turco in the title role and John Partridge as his mentors, Hugo/Loco Chanelle.  They join two superlative fan favourites from the West End cast, Rebecca McKinnis as mum Margaret and Shobna Gulati also reprising her role in the film as Ray.  Talia Palamathanan who was such a hit in the ensemble steps up to the lead role of Pritti. We thank all our audiences for the incredible reception they have given us and look forward to sharing our joyful musical once again on tour round the UK”. The show boasts an original score by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells and writer Tom MacRae (Doctor Who), and is directed by Matt Ryan from original direction by Jonathan Butterell, 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. Book Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets at the Peacock Theatre
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie to go back on tour in 2023
Hit West End musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is heading back on the road next autumn, with its second UK tour. The critically acclaimed, award-winning musical starts its new tour on 7 September 2023 at the Lowry before heading to Sunderland, Nottingham, Bromley, Cardiff, Brighton, Leeds, Blackpool, Llandudno, Newcastle, Wolverhampton and Woking. More dates are going to be announced soon. The show follows Jamie New, a 16 year old who lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in, and is terrified about the future. Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight. The show boasts an original score by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells and writer Tom MacRae (Doctor Who). Based on an idea by Jonathan Butterell, who also directs, design is by Anna Fleischle, choreography by Kate Prince, lighting design by Lucy Carter, sound design by Paul Groothuis, casting by Will Burton, Musical Supervisor Theo Jamieson and video design by Luke Halls. Amazon turned the show into an acclaimed movie, starring Max Harwood, Sarah Lancashire, Lauren Patel and Richard E Grant. The West End production at the Apollo Theatre paused its run in September 2021, but there's still no news about its return. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie UK Tour Dates The Lowry, Salford QuaysThu 7 - Sun 17 September 2023 Sunderland EmpireTue 19 – Sat 23 September 2023 Nottingham Theatre RoyalMon 25 – Sat 30 September 2023 Bromley Churchill TheatreMon 2 – Sat 7 October 2023 Wales Millenium Centre, CardiffMon 23 – Sat 28 October 2023 Brighton Theatre RoyalTue 31 October – Sat 11 November 2023 Leeds Grand TheatreTue 14 – Sun 19 November 2023 Blackpool Winter GardensTue 21 – Sat 25 November 2023 Venue Cymru, LlandudnoTue 28 November – Sat 2 December 2023 Newcastle Theatre RoyalTue 16 – Sat 20 January 2024 Wolverhampton Grand TheatreTue 23 – Sat 27 January 2024 New Victoria Theatre, WokingMon 29 January – Sat 3 February 2024
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie movie scoops BAFTA nomination
Hit stage-to-movie musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has scored a BAFTA nomination at this year's awards. The film has been nominated for Outstanding British Film, alongside movies including Belfast, Cyrano, House of Gucci and No Time to Die. The movie version of the musical was directed by Jonathan Butterell, who directed the original stage version, with co-direction from the show's writers - Dan Gillespie Sells (music) and Tom MacRae (book and lyrics). The movie was released last year, starring Max Harwood, Sarah Lancashire as his mum Margaret and Richard E Grant as Hugo Battersby. It's currently available on Amazon Prime Video. The stage version originally premiered at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield before transferring to the West End's Apollo Theatre in 2017. The show ran at the Apollo until last September when it took a break. There's still hope it will return to the West End, hopefully in 2022. Everybody's Talking About Jamie is also currently on big UK and US tours. Other musicals to make the nominations include Steven Spielberg's new version of Bernstein/Sondheim musical West Side Story, which scored 5 nominations including best supporting actress for Ariana DeBose, best supporting actor for Mike Faist, best casting, best production design and best sound, but missed out in the Best film category. Ariana DeBose is also nominated in the Rising Star category, voted by members of the public. However, the recent movie version of Tick, Tick... Boom!, the Jonathan Larson musical starring Andrew Garfield and directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), was overlooked by the BAFTA voters. Full list of BAFTA 2022 nominations Best filmBelfastDon’t Look UpDuneLicorice PizzaThe Power of the Dog Outstanding British filmAfter LoveAli & AvaBelfastBoiling PointCyranoEverybody’s Talking About JamieHouse of GucciLast Night in SohoNo Time to DiePassing Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producerAfter Love – Aleem Khan (writer/director)Boiling Point – James Cummings (writer), Hester Ruoff (producer) [also written by Philip Barantini and produced by Bart Ruspoli]The Harder They Fall – Jeymes Samuel (writer/director) [also written by Boaz Yakin]Keyboard Fantasies – Posy Dixon (writer/director), Liv Proctor (producer)Passing – Rebecca Hall (writer/director) Best film not in the English languageDrive My CarThe Hand of GodParallel MothersPetite MamanThe Worst Person in the World Best documentaryBecoming CousteauCowFleeThe RescueSummer of Soul Best animated filmEncantoFleeLucaThe Mitchells vs the Machines Best directorAleem Khan (After Love)Ryûsuke Hamaguchi (Drive My Car)Audrey Diwan (Happening)Paul Thomas Anderson (Licorice Pizza)Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog)Julia Ducournau (Titane) Best original screenplayAaron Sorkin (Being the Ricardos)Kenneth Branagh (Belfast)Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up)Zach Baylin (King Richard)Paul Thomas Anderson (Licorice Pizza) Best adapted screenplaySian Heder (Coda)Ryûsuke Hamaguchi (Drive My Car)Eric Roth, Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve (Dune)Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Lost Daughter)Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog) Best actressLady Gaga (House of Gucci)Alana Haim (Licorice Pizza)Emilia Jones (Coda)Renate Reinsve (The Worst Person in the World)Joanna Scanlan (After Love)Tessa Thompson (Passing) Best actorAdeel Akhtar (Ali & Ava)Mahershala Ali (Swan Song)Benedict Cumberbatch (The Power of the Dog)Leonardo DiCaprio (Don’t Look Up)Stephen Graham (Boiling Point)Will Smith (King Richard) Best supporting actressCaitríona Balfe (Belfast)Jessie Buckley (The Lost Daughter)Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)Ann Dowd (Mass)Aunjanue Ellis (King Richard)Ruth Negga (Passing) Best supporting actorMike Faist (West Side Story)Ciarán Hinds (Belfast)Troy Kotsur (Coda)Woody Norman (C’mon C’mon)Jesse Plemons (The Power of the Dog)Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Power of the Dog) Best original scoreBeing the RicardosDon’t Look UpDuneThe French DispatchThe Power of the Dog Best castingBoiling PointDuneThe Hand of GodKing RichardWest Side Story Best cinematographyDuneNightmare AlleyNo Time to DieThe Power of the DogThe Tragedy of Macbeth Best editingBelfastDuneLicorice PizzaNo Time to DieSummer of Soul Best production designCyranoDuneThe French DispatchNightmare AlleyWest Side Story Best costume designCruellaCyranoDuneThe French DispatchNightmare Alley Best makeup and hairCruellaCyranoDuneThe Eyes of Tammy FayeHouse of Gucci Best soundDuneLast Night in SohoNo Time to DieA Quiet Place Part IIWest Side Story Best special visual effectsDuneFree GuyGhostbusters: AfterlifeThe Matrix ResurrectionsNo Time to Die Best British short animationAffairs of the ArtDo Not Feed the PigeonsNight of the Living Dread Best British short filmThe Black CopFemmeThe PalaceStuffedThree Meetings of the Extraordinary Committee Rising Star Award (voted for by the public)Ariana DeBoseHarris DickinsonLashana LynchMillicent SimmondsKodi Smit-McPhee
Musicals on Screen news update: tick, tick… boom!, Matilda The Movie Musical, In The Heights and more
There has been much "Musicals to Screen" activity of late - here's a round-up of the latest stories to get your theatre fix on a screen near you. tick, tick... boom!  A trailer has been released for Lin-Manuel Miranda's (Hamilton, In The Heights) first Netflix feature film - an adaptation of Jonathan Larson's (Rent) tick, tick...boom! The Netflix release date is set for Autumn 2021. A fabulous cast includes Andrew Garfield, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexandra Shipp, Judith Light, Robin de Jesus, Joanna Adler, Joshua Henry, Alex D Jennings, Lauren Marcus, Marie Rose Baramo, Jared Loftin, Kenita Miller and Bradley Whitford. The screenplay is by Steven Levenson (Dear Evan Hansen). Watch the tick, tick... boom! trailer. Matilda The Musical The much anticipated film version of West End mega-hit Matilda the Musical has announced its UK release date. The musical has proved a big hit in the West End at the Cambridge Theatre, and on Broadway. Based on Roald Dahl's book, the show is written by Dennis Kelly - who also pens the movie, with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin and direction - the stage show and this movie - by Matthew Warchus. The movie sees Alisha Weir (Darklands, Leave Me Alone) take on the Matilda role, and Emma Thompson (Cruella, Saving Mr Banks) star as Miss Trunchbull, a part traditionally played by a man in the stage show (Bertie Carvel originated the role on stage). Lashana Lynch (ear for eye, No Time To Die) plays Miss Honey, with Stephen Graham (Line of Duty) and Andrea Riseborough (The Death of Stalin) as Mr and Mrs Wormwood, and comedian Sindhu Vee as the librarian Mrs Phelps. Sony Pictures will release the film in the UK on 2 December 2022, and Netflix releases rest-of-world soon after. Roald Dahl's book was previously a 1996 movie by Danny DeVito. West Side Story Anticipation is slowly building (again) for Steven Spielberg's new movie musical adaptation of West Side Story. A date has been set by Disney's 20th Century Fox for a 10 December 2021 release, it was meant to be December 2020 before Covid hit. The new adaptation is based on the 1957 Broadway production by Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, as two star-crossed lovers fall in love in New York City in the Fifties. The movie stars Ansel Elgort (The Goldfinch, Baby Driver) as Tony and Rachel Zegler as Maria. The big question is: can Steven better the 1961 classic movie musical and keep everyone happy? Watch the trailer for West Side Story. In The Heights Slightly more pressing in terms of anticipation is In The Heights - which is FINALLY, nearly upon us! 18 June is the UK cinema kick-off, a year later than planned. (The US is already out of the starting gate, with their 10 June release date). Adapted from Lin Manuel Miranda’s (Hamilton) Broadway show by the novel's original author Quiara Alegría Hudes, Crazy Rich Asians director John Chu is helming the movie. The cast is a dream, with Hamilton and A Star is Born actor Anthony Ramos recreating his stage performance as Usnavi, Mexican actress Melissa Barrera as Vaness, singer Leslie Grace as Nina Rosario, The West Wing’s Jimmy Smits as Nina’s father Kevin, Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton) as Benny, Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Stephanie Beatriz as Carla, Dacha Polanco (Orange is the New Black) as Cuca, Broadway legend Olga Merediz as Abuela Claudia, and Marc Anthony as Sonny’s father. Plus Lin Manuel gets a cameo! Watch Warner Bros' advert trailer of In The Heights. Follies There were "hats off" all round when the National Theatre announced that its blockbuster production of Follies would be returning to cinemas as part of NT Live. Its previous outings have proved cinema box-office gold for the National, and after lockdown hell they - and all theatre - has been through, expect much commercialising of content to be going on over the next few months. Follies will be back in cinemas from 2 September 2021. Check their NT Live website for details. Follies premiered at the National Theatre in September 2017 starring Imelda Staunton, Janie Dee, Tracie Bennett, Zizi Strallen, Philip Quast, Adam Rhys-Charles, Peter Forbes, and directed by Dominic Cooke. Watch the NT Live trailer for Follies. Next up we want (okay, demand) that Present Laughter with Andrew Scott makes a re-appearance after the 2020 cancelled NT Live run. Everybody's Talking About Jamie A quick reminder (as if we needed reminding) that the movie of Everybody's Talking About Jamie is pending an Amazon Prime release this September. Amazon snapped it up from Disney's 20th Century Fox - and sadly away from cinemas - but hey, as long as we get to see it, we don't care. 17 September 2021 is the date for your diaries - for an Amazon worldwide release. The movie stars newcomer Max Harwood, with Sarah Lancashire, Lauren Patel, Shobna Gulati, Ralph Ineson, Adeel Akhtar, Samuel Bottomley, plus Sharon Horgan and Richard E. Grant. The West End production’s director, Jonathan Butterell, makes his feature-film debut as director of the movie. The screenplay and lyrics are by Tom MacRae, with songs by Dan Gillespie Sells and a score composed by Sells and Anne Dudley. Mark Herbert, p.g.a, Peter Carlton, p.g.a, and Arnon Milchan are producing with Yariv Milchan, Michael Schaefer, Natalie Lehmann, Daniel Battsek, Ollie Madden, Peter Balm, Niall Shamma, and Jes Wilkins serving as executive producers. Watch the movie trailer for Everybody's Talking About Jamie. And see Jamie live in the West End at the Apollo Theatre. 13 The new Netflix movie musical adaptation of 13 is progressing. With a screenplay by Robert Horn, and directed by Tamra Davis (The Politician, High School Musical: The Musical - The Series), the movie is an adaption of Jason Robert Brown, Dan Elish, and Robert Horn's stage musical about a teenager who moves from New York City to small-town Indiana. The cast includes Debra Messing, Eli Golden, Gabriella Uhl, JD McCrary, Frankie McNellis, Lindsey Blackwell, Jonathan Lengel, Ramon Reed, Nolen Dubuc, Luke Islam, Shechinah Mpumlwana, Kayleigh Cerezo, Wyatt Moss, Liam Wignall, and Khiyla Aynne.
Shane Ritchie to return to ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ in London’s West End
Fresh from his turn in I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, former EastEnder Shane Ritchie will return to the West End production of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. Ritchie reprises his head turning role as Hugo/Loco Chanelle from 5 January 2021, having previously played the role at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End in 2019 and on the UK tour. Richie said ‘I can’t wait to swap my castle walking boots for a pair of high heels and return to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. After 2020 we could all do with little bit of glitter in the grey and having been with Jamie both in the West End and on UK Tour it’s going to be a fabulous way to start the New Year’. Best known for playing Alfie Moon on EastEnders, Ritchie's stage appearances include Joe Orton’s The Entertainer, One Flew over The Cuckoo’s Nest, musicals Grease, Boogie Nights, Scrooge: The Musical and numerous pantos. Shane Ritchie as Loco Chanelle Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is one of the first musicals to return to performances in the West End following the government mandated shutdown in 2021. The show's script and production will be adapted to suit Covid-compliancy rules for an initial run of six months, according to reports. Also appearing in the cast will be Noah Thomas, Melissa Jacques, Sejal Keshwala, Hiba Elchikhe and Gillian Ford. Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking until 21 March 2021 at the Apollo Theatre, London. Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets are available now.
‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ to reopen at the Apollo Theatre in London
Everybody's Talking About Jamie will reopen at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End this coming November. In its resolve to get London theatre back on its feet Producer and venue operator Nimax will offer seats based on social distancing. Following the implementation of a new seat booking algorithm, once seats are booked, availability alters to reflect new socially distanced seats. Noah Taylor currently leads the smash-hit musical alongside Melissa Jacques as Margaret New, Sejal Keshwala as Ray and Hiba Elchikhe as Pritti Pasha. Inspired by a documentary, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie opened at Sheffield Crucible in 2017 before transferring to its current home at the Apollo Theatre in late 2017. Nimax, which owns several West End venues and produces Everybody's Talking About Jamie in the West End, announced last month they would begin to reopen their theatres, citing the case it was better to run socially distanced loss-making performances then to make all cast and crew redundant and suffer the costs of remounting shows in six months time. Rufus Hound and Katy Brand had been due to temporarily join the cast earlier this year, however it is not known if they will feature in this booking period. The musical’s film adaptation is set for a 2021 release with Max Harwood playing Jamie and Richard E. Grant as Hugo/Loco Chanelle. So get your glad rags on and head down to see the socially distanced production of Everybody's Talking About Jamie.  Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking from 12 November at the Apollo Theatre, London. Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets are available now.
Rufus Hound and Katy Brand to join ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ in West End
Rufus Hound and Katy Brand are the latest names to join the West End cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre. Actor, comedian and presenter Hound will play Hugo/ Loco Chanelle from 16 March 2020 until 30 May 2020. His recent theatre credits include David Walliams' The Boy in the Dress (RSC), Don Quixote (Garrick Theatre), Dusty - The Dusty Springfield Musical (UK tour), Present Laughter (CFT) and The Wind In The Willows (London Palladium). Hound said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be going into the cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie – a brilliant, brave and British smash hit.” Actor, writer and comedian Brand will play Miss Hedge from 3 March 2020 until  20 June 2020. Brand said: “Joining the cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a truly thrilling opportunity for me. If I could tell my teenage self that I would one day have the chance to perform in a huge hit show on the West End stage, that girl would pinch herself.”  The cast is currently led by Noah Taylor in the title role. Inspired by a documentary, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie opened at Sheffield Crucible in 2017 before transferring to its current home at the Apollo Theatre in late 2017. The musical features music by Dan Gillespie Sells, book and lyrics by writer Tom MacRae with direction by Jonathan Butterell and design by Anna Fleischle. Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking until 29 August 2020 at the Apollo Theatre, London. Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets are available now.
Noah Thomas lands title role in ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’
Drama school student Noah Thomas has landed the title role in the West End production of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. Thomas will make his West End debut in the coveted role from 6 January 2020 when Layton Williams leaves the West End production to head up the shows national tour. Speaking about the audition process, Thomas said: “Only two weeks ago I was studying at Mountview and had very little time to prepare for the audition, which I saw as a chance to gain some experience in the industry. I was asked back the next day, not expecting anything, and they asked me if I would like to play Jamie. I couldn’t believe it... This is so surreal and I am so ready for whatever this experience holds.” The show held an open audition call earlier this year. Upcoming cast changes includes Preeya Kalidas (School Of Rock) taking on the role of Miss Hedge from 18 November, with current incumbent Rita Simons playing her last performance on 16 November; and Bianca Del Rio reprising her performance as Hugo/Loco Chanelle from 9th December Inspired by a documentary, the show opened at Sheffield Crucible in 2017 before transferring to its current home at the Apollo Theatre in late 2017. Everybody's Talking About Jamie features music by Dan Gillespie Sells, book and lyrics by writer Tom MacRae with direction by Jonathan Butterell and design by Anna Fleischle. Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking until 29 August 2020 at the Apollo Theatre, London. Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets are available now.
New cast announced for ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ in the West End
New casting has been announced for Everybody's Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre in London. Phil Nichol will return to the role of Hugo / Loco Chanelle after originating the role in the West End in 2017. Melissa Jacques will take over the role of Margaret New from Rebecca McKinnis who leaves to star in the London premiere of DEAR EVAN HANSEN. Jacques formerly understudied the role of Margaret New. Joining Nichol and Jacques are Alexander Archer as Mickey, Tilly La Belle Yengo as Fatimah and Gillian Ford as understudy Margaret, Miss Hedge and Ray. All will begin performances on 30 September. Layton Williams continues in the lead role of Jamie New. Producer Nica Burns said: "Sad as we are to lose Rebecca Mckinnis, we are delighted that she is leaving to play the role of Heidi Hansen for the UK premiere of the Broadway hit, Dear Evan Hansen. Rebecca started with Jamie as understudy 2 years ago and was promoted into the leading role of Margaret New and made it her own. It is wonderful to see Melissa Jacques following in her footsteps as she too steps up to the role of Margaret." Everybody's Talking About Jamie opened at the Sheffield Crucible in 2017 before transferring to its current home at the Apollo Theatre in late 2017. The show is currently booking until 25 January with a tour opening in February starring Layton Williams. The hit musical features music by Dan Gillespie Sells, book and lyrics by writer Tom MacRae with direction by Jonathan Butterell and design by Anna Fleischle. Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking until 25 January 2020 at the Apollo Theatre, London. Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets are available now.
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie now booking into 2020
The West End production of Everybody's Talking About Jamie is now booking into 2020 at the Apollo Theatre in London. The award-winning musical welcomed Layton William (RENT, Billy Elliot, Bad Education) into title role last month with new cast also including EastEnders Shane Ritchie as drag artist Loco Channelle and Coronation Street's Hayley Tamaddon as Miss Hedge. The funny, fabulous, feel-good musical sensation has been a welcome shot in the arm for home-grown British musicals, with a pop score, high school setting and themes of acceptance appealing to a much younger theatre-going audience. Layton Williams said: "I’m so thrilled to be strutting into 2020 as Jamie New. I love seeing the joy it brings to audience members after every show. It fills my heart and hopefully theirs too!" Producer Nica Burns said: "We are delighted that Layton Williams is having such a ball playing Jamie that he will continue leading the cast into 2020 and will celebrate our second birthday in November 2019. Thank you to our fantastic audiences and critics for continuing to talk about Jamie and keeping us in the West End alongside some of the world’s favourite musicals." With catchy songs by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells, and book and lyrics by writer Tom MacRae, Everybody's Talking About Jamie opened at the Sheffield Crucible in early 2017 to widespread acclaim, transferring to its current home in November 2017. [ngg src="galleries" ids="579" display="basic_imagebrowser"]Find tickets to Everybody's Talking About Jamie Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking until 25 January 2020 at the Apollo Theatre, London.
Coronation Street’s Hayley Tamaddon joins Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Hayley Tamaddon will join Shane Ritchie and Layton Williams in the new West End cast of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. Hayley will step into the role of Miss Hedge, currently played by RuPaul's Drag Race star and Ireland's Got Talent judge Michelle Visage, from 28 January 2019. Tamaddon is best known for her roles in UK soaps Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Channel 4's Shameless and as the Season 5 winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice. The Dancing on Ice winner's musical theatre roles include Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie (UK Tour), Roxie Hart in Chicago (UK Tour), The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot (UK tour), Janet in The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour), Frenchie in Grease (UK Tour), Diana Morales in A Chorus Line (Sheffield Theatres), Trish in Boogie Nights (UK Tour), Carmen in Fame (UK Tour) and Lisa in MAMMA MIA! (West End) - Everybody's Talking About Layton Williams Also joining the lead cast will be Sejal Keshwala Bend It Like Beckham (Phoenix Theatre) as Ray and Sabrina Sandhu If We Were Older (National Theatre) who will play Jamie's best friend Pritti Pasha. New cast members also include Marlon G Day (Dad), Momar Diagne, Zahra Jones (Becca), Luke Latchman (Sayid), Rachel Price (Swing), Biancha Szynal (Swing), Adam Taylor (Swing) and Ziggy Tyler Taylor (Levi). Continuing with the show are current cast members: Alex Anstey (Laika Virgin), Luke Baker (Dean Paxton), Courtney Bowman (Fatimah), Marvyn Charles (Swing), James Gillan (Tray Sophisticay), Ryan Hughes (Mickey), Daniel Jacob (Sandra Bollock), Melissa Jacques, Emily Kenwright (Vicki), Jordan Laviniere (Cy) Rebecca McKinnis (Margaret New), and Harriet Payne (Bex). Find tickets to Everybody's Talking About Jamie Everybody's Talking About Jamie is booking until 28 September 2019 at the Apollo Theatre, London.
Everybody’s Talking About Layton Williams
Bad Education's Layton Williams is to play the title role of Jamie New in the West End production of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. Williams is best known for playing the character Kylie in the BBC series Beautiful People and for playing the lead, alongside Jack Whitehall, in the critically acclaimed BBC comedy Bad Education. Williams big break came playing Billy in Billy Elliot The Musical at the age of 12, his then played Young Michael Jackson in the West End premiere of Thriller Live at the Lyric Theatre. Laytons theatre credits include Simon in UK Tour of Matthew Bourne’s Lord of the Flies, Seaweed in the UK Tour of Hairsprey, Angel in the UK tour of the much-loved musical Rent and most recently Matthew Bourne’s show The Car Man. This December he is appearing in Kiss Me, Kate at Sheffield Crucible Theatre. Nica Burns, Producer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie said: “Layton is a supremely talented actor, singer and dancer with a long list of credits. I’m sure he will make the role of Jamie very much his own.” Layton Williams will play the title role of Jamie New from 28 January 2019. Further casting for January 2019 is to be announced. With songs by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells, and book and lyrics by writer Tom MacRae, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a funny, fabulous, feel-good, musical sensation. Find tickets to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is booking until 6 April 2019 at the Apollo Theatre, London.

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5 thoughts on “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Tickets – UK Tour”

  1. Absolutely, hands down, best show I have ever seen!!!! LOVED it!!!! And Layton Williams, WOW!!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!! WOW!!!!!!! I’m in awe…

  2. This is a don’t miss show. Lots of laughs, fabulous music and dance but also tugs at your heartstrings. John McCrae gives a knock out performance and is teamed with a talented cast; the audience was cheering, on their feet.

  3. Definitely worth seeing. Great story, great cast, great entertainment, and so well put together. John McCrae gives a stunning performance and Josie Walker knocks it out of the park!

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