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tour of The Jersey BoysFollowing the show's closure in London in March 2016, Jersey Boys will set out on a second tour at the end of 2017 (the show previously toured the UK in 2014-15),  opening at the New Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham on December 16th, before visiting venues  including Liverpool, Milton Keynes, Stoke-on-Trent, Hull, Sunderland and Glasgow. It is currently running until April 14, 2018, with  further dates to  be announced.

Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons who are one of the most successful bands in pop music history.  They wrote their own songs, with their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide - all before they were 30!

Four boys from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey form a group and invent their own unique sound to eventually find a place in Rock & Roll Hall of Fame selling 100 million records worldwide.

Michael Watson will be playing Frankie Valli, Simon Bailey will be Tommy De Vito, Declan Egan will be Bob Gaudio and Lewis Griffiths will be Nick Massi. Michael, Simon, Declan and Lewis have all previously performed their roles in JERSEY BOYS to great acclaim: Michael and Simon in the West End, Declan in the West End and Australia, and Lewis in the first UK and Ireland tour. Dayle Hodge will return to the production to play Frankie Valli at certain performances.

The cast also includes Joel Elferink as Bob Crewe, James Alexander Gibbs as Joey, Mark Heenehan as Gyp DeCarlo, Karl James-Wilson as Norm Waxman, Arnold Mabhena as Barry Belson, Phoebe May Newman as Francine, Olive Robinson as Lorraine, James Winter as Hank Majewski and Tara Young as Mary Delgado. Completing the cast will be Peter Nash, Dan O’Brien, Stephen O’Riain and Amy Thiroff.

This show features many of the band's worldwide hits  including: “Beggin’”, “Can’t Take my Eyes Off You”, “Oh What a Night”, “Walk Lie a Man”, “Bye, Bye Baby – Baby Goodbye”, "Sherry" and “Big Girl’s Don’t Cry” – to name but a few!

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and Lyrics by Bob Gaudio and Bob Crewe, Directed by Des McAnuff &  Choreography by Sergio Trujillo. It is produced by Dodger Theatricals and Ambassador Theatre Group, with Joseph J Grano, Pelican Group, Latitude Link and Rick Steiner.

Below are the dates we have so far with more to follow.

Liverpool Empire
10-20 January
Milton Keynes
23 January-3 February
Stoke Regent
6-17 February
Hull New
20 February-3 March
Sunderland Empire
20-31 March
Glasgow King's
3-14 April
Plymouth Theatre Royal
17-28 April
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
9-19 May
Bradford Alhambra
22 May-2 June
Norwich Theatre Royal
5 -16 June
Sheffield Lyceum
19-30 June
Aylesbury Waterside
3-14 July
Southend Cliffs
17-28 July
Newcastle Theatre Royal
31 July-11 August
Aberdeen His Majesty's
14-25 August
Wolverhampton Grand
28 August-8 September
Belfast Opera House
11-22 September
Canterbury Marlowe
2-13 October
Woking New Victoria
16-27 October
On Sale Soon
Bristol Hippodrome
30 October-17 November
On Sale Soon
Leeds Grand
20 November-1 December
Oxford New Theatre
18 December - 5 January 2019
On Sale Soon
Cardiff Millennium Centre
16-26 January
On Sale Soon
Manchester Palace
29 January-16 February
On Sale Soon
Edinburgh Playhouse
19 February-2 March
On Sale Soon
Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre
5-16 March
On Sale Soon
Southampton Mayflower
19-30 March
On Sale Soon