Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks in London are no longer available to book. See what’s on next at the Piccadilly theatre

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This is an utterly wonderful show full of vitality, pace and power.”  Daily Express
This production is in a class of its own!Sunday Telegraph says: “A fabulous show for adults even if you didn’t grow up with the Four Seasons’ music in the 60s. Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks have been the most popular amongst visitors to London for the past three years! If you are looking for a great highlight to your short weekend break, you have found it!”top-10-popular-theatre-breaks

Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks are top of the charts and are a huge hit with older families and couples. Our Jersey Boys and hotel deals are ideal for people visiting the city, as well as those who don’t want to source their Jersey Boys London tickets once they have arrived.

The Four Seasons enjoyed an incredible string of hits in the 1960s including “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man” and “Rag Doll,” all featuring their unmistakable sound tight ‘doo-woo’ inspired harmonies supporting lead singer Frankie Valli’’s 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.


Special Offers on Jersey Boys Theatre Breaks

Save up to £39.50 per person when you book a theatre break which includes a Tuesday to Thursday or Sunday performance. Note: Discounts are not always available, especially during school holidays, but do check as the availability of offers does change

More information:

Where is it?
Piccadilly Theatre
Denman Street

How do I get there?
Nearest Tube station to the Piccadilly theatre is Piccadilly Circus

When can I see it?
Opened26 March 2008
Closed : 26th March 2017  – no longer booking

What time does it start?
Tuesday to Saturday at 19:30; Tuesday and Saturday at 15:00; Sunday at 17:00
No performance on Monday

Audience suitability
Due to strong language used in the show, parental guidance is advised when taking children under 12 years old.

Theatre Facilities
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