Everybody's Talking About Jamie Tickets
Booking until: Saturday, 21 April 2018
Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes
Parental discretion advised. Contains some strong language and mild sexual references.
Monday, 6 November 2017
Saturday, 21 April 2018
2 hours 40 minutes
Great musicals don't get much newer than this, a brilliant contemporary show that enjoyed its world première at Sheffield’s famous Crucible Theatre in February 2017, directed by Jonathan Butterell. 21st June saw the show announce a thrilling transfer, moving to the West End's Apollo Theatre for a stint lasting from 6th November 2017 to 21st April 2018. The majority of the Crucible cast returns for the London run.
This show already has excellent credentials. The Times' critic said, “I gave it a very rare five stars. The moment it ended the entire audience rose up as one. I think that it has such an impact for the same reason that Dear Evan Hansen, the musical that just cleaned up the Tony Awards in New York, is such a success." In her opinion it's 'hit material' and deserves a West End run.
This is the story of Jamie, a 16 year old lad from County Durham whose ambition is to become a famous drag queen. You can expect a touching and occasionally outrageous musical, wonderfully exuberant, a truly memorable and unusual coming-of-age tale that's both funny and joyful. As the Daily Telegraph reviewer Dominic Cavendish said, “I can’t think of a musical that has set me spinning right round (like a record, baby) quite as much as this funny, outrageous, touching but oh-my-word PC flag-waving show...The show sends you out on a feel-good bubble of happiness.”
This fresh new British musical is a courageous piece, a defiant and brave exploration of the nature of difference. If you love the music, you're not the only one. There's also an excellent concept album available featuring John McCrea, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Betty Boo, Dan Gillespie Sells and Josie Walker.
As the character Jamie says, “sometimes you just have to grab life by the balls”. This musical does exactly that, a crowd pleaser that's happy-go-lucky on the surface, but also reveals the emotional cost of being different, often a high cost even in today's enlightened times. Your thoughts will be well and truly provoked!
This fizzing musical is a blast of fresh air. The songs have the wow factor The Times
Sweeps you away on a tide of mischief, warmth and exuberance Financial Times
Punchy, funny, fabulous Time Out
Irresistible: a joyous, life-affirming Billy Elliot The Independent
A true big-hearted crowd-pleaser Evening Standard
I laughed. I cried. I’m still humming the songs. It’s a chuffing marvellous British musical Sunday Times
A fizzing, feeling instant hit The Observer
Outright hilarious London Theatre
One of the biggest and best shows of the year. Attitude
What to expect:Acting:
based on 9 reviews
Gay issues is not sutable for every body
Gay issues is not sutable for every body
Sharaf London Box Office customer
Everyone really is talking about this fabulous show
Rosemary London Box Office customer
No Wonder everyones talking!
Went with an open mind to this show and boy was I surprised! A fantastic cast great score and top performances all around! Top Choice best I seen in the West End Ever!
Mark London Box Office customer
Exceptional must see true story
janet London Box Office customer
Fabien London Box Office customer
Glamason meets Fabulous
Fantastic story with shuch talented actors! Story that anybody can relate to in some way, funny, deep yet witty! Absolutly fabulous darling! A MUST see! Well done!
Rudy London Box Office customer
A truly life-affirming big hug of a show!
Rebekah London Box Office customer
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31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES
- Air conditioned
- Disabled toilets
- Infrared hearing loop
- Member of Q-Park scheme
- Wheelchair/scooter access
- Capacity: 775
- Year built: 1901