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.