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tour of Buddy the musicalHaving just completed a successful six month tour of the US & Canada, the rock & roll musical Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story is set to celebrate its 30th anniversary next year by returning to the Theatre Royal Plymouth which was where it first opened in 1989 before transferring to the West End, where it ran for over 14 years (at the Victoria Palace, Strand and Duchess Theatres).

The cast will include A.J. JENKS/Buddy Holly, JOSHUA BARTON The Big Bopper, RHIANNON HOPKINS/Vi Petty, HANNAH PRICE Maria Elena. BEN PRYER Ritchie Valens, JORDAN ALEXANDER Jackdaw / Lead Hayrider, MIGUEL ANGEL CARTIER FRASER & SASHA LATOYA/Apollo Performers, HARRY BOYD Hipockets Duncan / Norman Petty, JOE BUTCHER/ Joe B. Mauldin, JOSH HABERFIELD/Jerry Allison.

Buddy tells the tale of his meteoric rise to fame and his final performance at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, before his tragic and untimely death on 3rd February 1959 when he was tragically killed at the age of 22, leaving behind a legacy of over 30 timeless hits.

Buddy tells his story with two hours of his greatest hits including That'll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, Rave On, Oh Boy, Chantilly Lace, La Bamba and many more.

You can also hear the Crickets, the Big Bopper's Chantilly Lace and Ritchie Valens' La Bamba during this live music extravaganza which has the audience rocking and bopping in the aisles.

To celebrate this landmark anniversary, there will be a special gala performance on Monday 2nd September, with a limited number of tickets being offered at the original 1989 prices (from £7 - £10.50).

The Plymouth run will also see the show  being performed on Buddy Holly's birthday (September 7th), allowing the cast and crew to pay homage to the man who inspired the smash hit success

Casting news and more tour dates for the production to follow

Bridlington Spa
14-19th October
Blackpool Grand
22-26 October
Poole Lighthouse
29 October - 2 November
Coventry Belgrade
7 – 9 November
Croydon Fairfield Halls
11 – 16 November
Chelenham Everyman
18-23 November
Cardiff New
26-30 November
Southampton Mayflower
8-11 January 2020
Crawley Hawth
13 – 14 January
Yeovil Octagon
16 – 18 January
Dunstable Grove
20 – 25 January
Salford Lowry
27 January – 1 February
Inverness Eden Court
3 – 8 February
Glasgow King's
11-15 February
Stoke Regent
18 – 22 February
Birmingham Alexandra
3 – 7 March
York Grand Opera House
24 – 28 March
Torquay Princess
5 – 9 May
Liverpool Empire
11 – 13 May
Edinburgh King's
26 – 30 May