Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks in London
Show: Jersey Boys
Starring: Ryan Molloy as Frankie Valli (with Jon Lee at certain performances), Jon Boydon (Tommy Devito), Edd Post ( Bob Gaudio) and David McGranaghan (Nick Massi)
Summary: Celebrating its 5th year in the West End, Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks, The Story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, is playing at the Prince Edward Theatre, London. Discover the rags-to-rock-to riches tale of four boys working their way from the streets of New Jersey to the heights on international pop-stardom. Package your top tickets with a stay at one of our superb hotels; see the Jersey Boys Theatre Break
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Theatre: Prince Edward Theatre
“This is an utterly wonderful show full of vitality, pace and power.” – Daily Express
‘A triumph of style, substance, heart and soul – A definite must-see!’ (London Lite)
“It’s just too good to be true!” – New York Post
|Celebrating its 5th year in the West End, Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks, The Story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, is playing at the Prince Edward Theatre, London. Discover the rags-to-rock-to riches tale of four boys working their way from the streets of New Jersey to the heights on international pop-stardom.Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks are top of the charts! You know their name and you probably know their songs even if youre not aware that they wrote them. The Four Seasons enjoyed an incredible string of hits in the 1960s including Big Girls Dont Cry, Sherry, Walk Like a Man and Rag Doll, all featuring their unmistakable sound tight doo-woo-inspired harmonies supporting lead singer Frankie Vallis soaring falsetto vocals.
What makes the success of The Four Seasons particularly striking is that they were one of only a hand full of American bands to weather the British invasion that started in 1964. But unlike those English groups The Beatles, The Rolling Stones – The Four Seasons never sparked a myth or a movement. Eschewing the counter-culture and harder rock and roll, this quartet of blue collar, streetwise Jersey Boys performed unabashedly catchy pop tunes that spoke to their own demographic: working class guys and gals trying to make out and make it in an increasingly complicated world.
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Nearest Tube station to Jersey Boys
Performance Times: Tuesday – Saturday at 1930
Tuesday & Saturday at 1500
Sunday at 1700
Due to strong language used in the show, parental guidance is advised when taking children under 12 years old.
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