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tour of JosephTim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber's great family musical Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is touring again next year with Gary Lloyd providing some new choreography. It is filled with non-stop action, laughter and fun that will delight theatregoers of all ages.

The last tour ended in December 2017 and starred X Factor winner Joe McElderry as Joseph.

Jaymi Hensley, from X Factor boyband Union J is to play the lead role (currently confirmed until 26th October). He will be joined by Trina Hill/ Narrator, Andrew Geater/ Pharaoh. Henry Metcalfe/Jacob with brothers Joshua Robinson, Callum Connolly, Alex Hetherington, Arthur Boan, Matt Jolly, Mikey Jay-Heath, George Beet, Lewis Asquith. Ed Tunningley and Corey Mitchell and handmaidens Amber Kennedy, Eve Norris and Gemma Pipe. This rest of this cast is confirmed until 20th July.

Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, this magical musical is full of unforgettable songs including Any Dream Will Do, Close Every Door To Me and One More Angel.

Having received some great reviews, Bill Kenwright's "Amazing," "Superb," "Wonderful" and "Brilliant" production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical continues to enjoy huge success across the country with standing ovations at every performance.

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

Glasgow King's
3 – 7 September
Aberdeen His Majesty's
10 – 14 September
Crewe Lyceum
17 – 21 September
High Wycombe Swan
24 – 28 September
York Grand Opera House
1 – 5 October
Dublin Bord Gais
8-12 October
Nottingham Theatre Royal
15-19 October
Torquay Princess
22 – 26 October
Weston Super Mare Playhouse
29 October – 2 November
Sheffield Lyceum
5 – 9 November
Billingham Forum
12 – 18 November
St Helen's Theatre Royal
19 – 23 November