Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the award-winning feel-good musical sensation, is pleased to announce that Layton Williams is to play the title role of Jamie New from 28 January 2019. Nica Burns, Producer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie said: “We’re delighted to welcome Layton Williams as only our second Jamie as we say goodbye to the wonderful John McCrea, who … [Read more...]
Apollo Theatre London Everybody's Talking About Jamie Tickets
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EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE
Nica Burns presents the Sheffield Theatres production of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie A New Musical.
Once upon a time, there was a 16-year-old boy who had a secret he wanted to tell…
So, he approached a documentary filmmaker as you do, and asked if they would help him tell it. The resulting documentary was seen by a theatre director and it inspired him to create a musical. A producing regional theatre backed him. He then bumped into a famous musical theatre star who introduced him to a well-known pop composer who was working with a lyricist and book writer. The theatre put on the production. A major producer saw it and offered them a West End theatre.
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Based on the hit CBBC television series, Operation Ouch! is live on stage for the first time in the UK, opening at the Apollo Theatre in London’s West End on Sunday 9th December 2018, following previews from 6th December. The strictly limited season must end on 6th January 2019. Packed with incredible stunts, crazy experiments and amazing facts, Dr Chris and Dr Xand … [Read more...]
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the award-winning feel-good new musical sensation, is pleased to announce that Rebecca McKinnis will be stepping into the role of Margaret New and Lee Ross will be joining the cast to play Hugo from 16th July 2018. Continuing with the show are current cast members: John McCrea (Jamie), Shobna Gulati (Ray), Tamsin Carroll (Miss … [Read more...]
On Sunday 25th February 2018 at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, the WhatsOnStage Awards named John McCrea winner of Best Actor in a Musical, Lucie Shorthouse winner of Best Supporting Actress in a Musical and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie winner of Best New Musical. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie also won Best Musical Production at the UK Theatre Awards, … [Read more...]
Nica Burns presents the Sheffield Theatres production of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie A New Musical. Music by Dan Gillespie Sells Book and Lyrics by Tom MacRae From an idea by Jonathan Butterell Directed by Jonathan Butterell Design by Anna Fleischle Choreography by Kate Prince Lighting design by Lucy Carter Sound design by Paul … [Read more...]
“Well, that was different,” was the exit poll verdict of a fellow theatregoer as we filed out of the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue. There are aspects of familiarity within Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, however. For instance, this wouldn’t be the first time a musical has, through its storyline, encouraged its audiences to be true to themselves and have the … [Read more...]
With the first performance on Monday 6th November of Everybody's Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre, the company are delighted and honoured to have received the UK Theatre Awards for: Best Musical Production (shortlist included Caroline, or Change a Chichester Festival Theatre production and Sweet Charity a Royal Exchange Theatre production) Best … [Read more...]
Full casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, directed by Jonathan Butterell and written by Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae, which will play a limited season at the Apollo Theatre from Monday 6 November following a critically acclaimed run at Sheffield Crucible. As previously announced John McCrea will return to … [Read more...]
Let’s just say the production photos are a true reflection of what the audience sees in this production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. This being a Tennessee Williams play, there’s a metaphor in pretty much everything, and in particular, as soon as the curtain rises, one in Brick (Jack O’Connell) being – well, exposed. Oh, look! The chosen heir of the emperor has no … [Read more...]