The West End is about to bid farewell to a musical that has been delighting audiences for over three years. The critically acclaimed production of 'Jersey Boys' will have its final curtain call at the Trafalgar Theatre on January 4, 2024, following more than 1,000 remarkable performances.
This Tony and Olivier Award-winning musical masterfully recounts the extraordinary journey of The Four Seasons, an iconic rock 'n' roll group of the 1960s. The narrative traces the quartet's ascent from the gritty streets of New Jersey to global stardom, portraying the lives of Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Massi.
The musical's stellar soundtrack includes timeless classics like "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Can't Take My Eyes Off You," and "Walk Like a Man."
Howard Panter, the producer of Trafalgar Theatre Productions, reflected on the enduring success of 'Jersey Boys,' remarking, "It's been 18 years since the first inception of Jersey Boys, with over 30 million people having seen the musical worldwide and almost 300 actors having donned the famous red jacket." He also expressed pride in the West End cast, who will lead the show through its final performances at the Trafalgar Theatre. Fans of the musical will have the chance to enjoy additional shows during the festive season, marking the end of an era for this beloved production.