It's back in London, and everyone is thrilled! Let's offer a big, warm London welcome to the smash hit Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winner of a musical JERSEY BOYS. The show is back in the West End to thrill audiences once more, this time at the gorgeous newly-reinstated Trafalgar Theatre. Are you ready for one of the best-loved jukebox musicals of all time, which weaves the magical story of Franki Valli and the Four Seasons? The opening night is 10th August 2021 and the show is booking until 2nd January 2022.
Who’s involved in The Jersey Boys?
This fabulous soul music extravaganza has been seen by 27 million people around the world... so far. It has won 65 major awards. It's written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, the music comes from Bob Gaudio, and the lyrics are by Bob Crewe.
- Staged by the complete original Broadway creative team
- Led by the multi-award winning director Des McAnuff and the choreographer Sergio Trujillo
- Scenic design by Klara Zieglerova
- Costume design by Jess Goldstein
- Lighting by Howell Binkley
- Sound by Steve Canyon Kennedy
- Projections design by Michael Clark
- Orchestrations are by Steve Orich
- Music supervision and vocal arrangements by Ron Melrose
- Produced in London by the Dodgers and Trafalgar Theatre Productions Ltd
Buy Jersey Boys Tickets
Book your Jersey Boys tickets online with us and choose the ideal seats via our handy new Trafalgar Theatre seating plan. We'll send your E-tickets to you by email, which you simply present at the door on the big day. We can't wait – can you?
About the new Trafalgar Theatre
You'll find the new Trafalgar Theatre in Whitehall, a stone's throw from Trafalgar Square, in the City of Westminster. It's reopening after major multi-million pound restoration which returned the venue to its original glory, a triumph in heritage design. The new theatre combines Trafalgar Studio One and Trafalgar Studio Two into one superb auditorium with seats across the stalls and dress circle. Past shows at the venue include A Taste of Honey, One Jewish Boy, Coming Clean, and Puccini's Tosca and La Boheme.