The full cast has been announced for the UK & Ireland tour of Jersey Boys. The tour is set to begin on the 24th November 2021 at New Wimbledon Theatre, London.
Jersey Boys UK & Ireland Tour Cast
The cast will include: Michael Pickering returning as Frankie Valli and Lewis Griffiths returning as Nick Massi. They will be joined by Blair Gibson as Bob Gaudio and Dalton Wood as Tommy DeVito. Luke Suri will play Frankie Valli at certain performances.
Further cast includes Dougie Carter as Hank Majewski, Ryan Carter-Wilson as a Swing and Emma Crossley as Mary Delgado. Also featuring, Jordan James as Gyp DeCarlo, Norton James as Norm Waxman and Michael Levi as Bob Crewe. In addition to, Tom O’Brien as a Swing, Nathan Routledge as a Swing and George Salmon as Joe Pesci. Lastly featuring Ellie Seaton as Lorraine, Daisy Steere as Francine, Amy West as a Swing and Damien Winchester as Barry Belson.
The UK tour opens at New Wimbledon Theatre on 24 November 2021, followed by Oxford, Birmingham and Dartford. Then on to Liverpool, Stoke, Milton Keynes, Bradford, Sunderland and Glasgow. Followed by Hull, Llandudno, Belfast, Inverness, Southampton, Leeds and Blackpool. Then to, Newcastle, Nottingham, Woking, Manchester, Dublin and Eastbourne. Finally to, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Wolverhampton and Northampton. Further dates to the tour are to be announced.
Jersey Boys is written by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice. The music is by Bob Gaudio and lyrics is by Bob Crewe. The tour will be staged by the original Broadway creative team, led by the Tony Award-winning team of Des McAnuff is the director and Sergio Trujillo is the choreographer. The set design is by Klara Zieglerova, costumes is by Jess Goldstein and lighting is by Howell Binkley. The sound is by Steve Canyon Kennedy and projections is by Michael Clark. The orchestrations are by Steve Orich and the musical supervision and vocal arrangements are by Ron Melrose.
The show will feature some of the Jersey boys smash hit songs including: Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man, Cant Take My Eyes Off Of You, Sherry and December, 1973 (Oh What A Night).