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Jersey Boys

**Must End 26 March 2017**

It’s 1962 and four rough kids from New Jersey are doing everything they can to get out. They’re going to be rock and roll legends. Set against a background of mob violence and heartbreak and cleverly told from four different perspectives, Jersey Boys tells the true story of the four boys who gave the world the soaring sounds of ‘Sherry’, ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’, ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’ and ‘Oh What A Night’.

Having played in theatres all over the world, The Jersey Boys is now playing at the Piccadilly Theatre, in London. The musical pedigree of this multi-award-winning musical cannot be faulted. The extraordinary and unique sound of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is known to all, and their music is adored by millions. But this jukebox musical is more than hit songs and spine-tingling falsetto: it is the stirring and personal story of a struggling group of Italian Americans who made music history.

Suitable For Children

Recommended for 12+ due to strong language. Children under 5 years and babes in arms will strictly not be admitted

Cast

Following on from his West End debut in the hit We Will Rock You, rising star Michael Watson leads an assured cast. With startling accuracy and poignancy, Michael Watson (at certain performances replaced by Sandy Moffat recently seen in the ballad-belting Rock of Ages), Edd Post, John Boydon and Matt Nalton bring Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, their unconquerable sound and their oh-so-shiny ties to life.

When Can I Go

Tuesday to Saturday: 7.30pm Tuesday and Saturday: 3pm Sunday: 5pm

Cancellation Policy

No refunds or exchanges available after purchase.

Duration

134 minutes

Where Do I Go

Piccadilly Theatre, 16 Denman Street , London,W1D 7DY By Tube- Piccadilly Circus By Bus-24, 29 or 176

Piccadilly Theatre

Latest customer reviews

  • Jersey Boys

    19 April 2017

    This was the best show I have seen in a long while. Whole production was amazing. Would definitely recommend to see it again.

    Alison Boem Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • The MIssed Jersey Boys

    2 April 2017

    When we arrived at the Piccadilly Theatre on Sat 1 April to see the matinee performance of the Jersey Boys we found out that the show had finished the week before and the theatre was closed! The Box Office had failed to let us know about this so we are really, really angry and upset and it completely ruined our day. We will be contacting them tomorrow to discuss a complete refund and compensation for our ruined day and stress it caused us. I would have loved to review the Jersey Boys but unfortunately we cannot. I cannot believe the Box Office sent us this email to review the show. Perhaps they do not know that it closed on 25 March! Disgusting and arrogant of them!

    Patricia McDonnell Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Jersey Boys

    30 March 2017

    GREAT MUSIC AND A GREAT SHOW. If you have not already seen The Jersey Boys, go while you can before the curtains come down.

    June from Camden Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • JERSEY BOYS

    29 March 2017

    I HAVEN'T BEEN TO A LONDON SHOW INOVER 20 YEAR'S SO WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO THE EVENT. I ENJOYED THE SHOW FROM THE 1ST MINUTE TO THE LAST. THE CAST WERE BRILL THE SONGS WERE BRILL AND THE AUDIENCE GOT LOSTED IN THE MAGIC OF THE SHOW.

    JANETTE Confirmed ticket purchaser