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Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the hit musical for today.

Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in.

Jamie is terrified about the future. He is going to be a sensation.

Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight.

Layton Williams (Bad Education, Beautiful People) joins the cast as the NEW Jamie New, returning to the West End stage after playing the title role in Billy Elliot the Musical. Together with Rebecca McKinnis, he is joined by Hayley Tamaddon, best known for her roles in Coronation Street and Emmerdale, Sejal Keshwala, Sabrina Sandhu and special guest star of stage and screen, Shane Richie, Eastenders’ very own Alfie Moon. They lead a twenty-five strong company and a nine-piece band that will ‘sweep you away on a tide of mischief, warmth and exuberance’ (Financial Times).

With ‘songs that have the wow factor’ (The Times) by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells, and ‘hilarious’ book and lyrics ‘with delightful punch’ (Whatsonstage), by writer Tom MacRae, this funny, fabulous, feel-good, musical sensation has been wowing audiences and critics alike.

 

Access Information

For Accessibility information please contact 0330 333 4815

 

Address

Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES

Cancellation Policy

No refunds available after purchase

Cast

John McCrea, Josie Walker, Tamsin Carroll, Shobna Gulati, Lucie Shorthouse, Phil Nichol and Shane Richie

 

 

Duration

Approx. 2 hours 40 minutes including interval

Good To Know

The appearance of any member of cast is subject to change and may be affected by contracts, holiday, illness, or events beyond the producers' control. If in doubt please check with the Box Office before booking.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email with your booking reference. 

If you choose collect at box office please print this and bring it with you on the day of the show a minimum of 30 minutes before the performance start time. 

If you choose post - tickets are sent 5 days after purchase

News

★★★★★

THE TIMES, FINANCIAL TIMES, TIME OUT, THE INDEPENDENT, THE STAGE, WHATSONSTAGE, LONDON THEATRE, ATTITUDE

★★★★

                THE TELEGRAPH, EVENING STANDARD, SUNDAY TIMES, OBSERVER, DAILY MAIL, DAILY EXPRESS, SUNDAY EXPRESS, MAIL ON SUNDAY, METRO, BROADWAY WORLD, THE ARTS DESK

 

THE TIMES

 ‘This fizzing musical is a blast of fresh air. The songs have the wow factor.’

 ‘It’s the real deal. Everyone really should be talking, singing, shouting about Jamie now’

FINANCIAL TIMES

‘Sweeps you away on a tide of mischief, warmth and exuberance’

TIME OUT

‘Staggeringly enjoyable’

‘A burst of joy’

‘Punchy, funny, fabulous’

 ‘A joyous punch in the air about following your dreams and being yourself’

THE INDEPENDENT/I

‘Irresistible: a joyous, life-affirming Billy Elliot

EVENING STANDARD

 ‘A true big-hearted crowd-pleaser’

SUNDAY TIMES

‘This irresistible British musical’

‘I laughed. I cried. I’m still humming the songs. It’s a chuffing marvellous British musical.’

OBSERVER

‘A fizzing, feeling instant hit’

‘This instant him. No wonder everybody’s talking about it.’

DAILY EXPRESS

‘A palpable hit.’

SUNDAY EXPRESS

‘A joyous new musical’

‘People will be talking about Jamie for a long time to come.’

METRO

‘It isn’t just Jamie everybody’s talking about, it’s this show’

WHATSONSTAGE

‘Exuberant, exhilarating, exciting, enchanting’

 ‘A dynamic, deliciously entertaining night out, a glorious tribute to what makes us human and a heart-warming appeal for acceptance. Let’s all keep talking about Jamie for as long as possible.’

LONDON THEATRE

‘Outright hilarious’

‘This should run and run.’

ATTITUDE

 

‘One of the biggest and best shows of the year.’

Suitable For Children

Parental discretion advised. Contains some strong language and mild sexual references.

Performance Times

Previews (6th – 21st November 2017)

Main Run (22nd November 2017 onward)

Monday – Saturday: 7:30pm Wednesday and Saturday: 2:30pm

Where Do I Go

Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES. 

By Tube - Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo, Piccadilly)

By Bus -1, 14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 55, 176

Apollo Theatre

Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES

Latest customer reviews

  • A gem of a show

    17 March 2019

    This is the fourth time I have seen this but the first time with this cast. It has come a long way since I first it in Sheffield. Yes the story line is pretty predictable but this is negated with excellent performances and songs with He's my boy being the standout song

    Andy H Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • fantastic

    24 February 2019

    Fantastic show you wont be disappointef

    Sue Wilson Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Worth Talking About!!!

    23 February 2019

    Great production. Singing, dancing, acting All top drawer Current in this world of chaos! Acceptance the key for all mankind Well done to all Barry & Chris from Stockport

    Barry & Chris Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • 21 February 2019

    It was amazing

    Diana Blackman Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • "This fizzing musical is a blast of fresh air, and what a joy to see a stageful of youngsters who look like swathes of modern Britain: young, poor, sassy, not to mention black, brown, white and, er, sparkly. For this is the story of a 16-year-old boy named Jamie New, with giraffe legs and a magnetic smile, whose career adviser at his rough school in Sheffield has a message."

    The Times

  • "Feelgood musical that could become a cult classic... McCrea doesn’t have quite the showstopping voice you’d hope for in the lead, but he has bags of charisma, and only the most stony of hearted would fail to wish his character the happy – if somewhat confectedly feel-good – conclusion that he’s given."

    The Telegraph

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