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Last Chance To See JERSEY BOYS

06 Mar 2017


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Looking for London Theatre Tickets this month? then look no further...

After 9 amazing years in London’s West End, Jersey Boys is taking its final bow at the Piccadilly Theatre on Sunday 26th March. Telling the unbelievable true story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, one of the most popular rock ‘n’ roll bands of all time, the smash-hit musical first opened at the Prince Edward Theatre on 18th March 2008 and moved to the Piccadilly Theatre in March 2014. Currently the ninth longest running show in the West End, Jersey Boys will embark on a second UK tour in December 2017.

The show follows the rise to stardom of Fankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi, four Italian-American boys from New Jersey. Against the background of the mean suburb streets of the 60s controlled by the Mafia, these four guys invented a new sound and became a singing international sensation selling over 100 million records and gaining a place in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. However, despite their success, internal and external tensions soon started to arise. But what life tears apart, music brings back together.

Featuring irresistible hits such as “Can't Take My Eyes Off You”, “Sherry”, “Oh What a Night (December '63)”, “Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye)”, “Beggin”, “Walk Like A Man” and “Big Girls Don't Cry”, Jersey Boys has won the Tony and Olivier Award for Best New Musical along with 57 major international awards and it has now been seen by over 23 million people across the world.

Don’t miss the last chance to see this phenomenal, up-tempo musical that will make you tap your toes from the first note to the last! Check the availability for discount theatre tickets and cheap theatre tickets for Jersey Boys here and book your seats now. 


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