|Booking From:||Friday, 24th March 2017|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 26th March 2017|
|Running Time:||2 hours 30 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Recommended for ages 12 and over due to strong language. No children under 5 allowed.|
|Important Info:||Contains strong language. Latecomers will be allowed in at the first suitable break.|
5 Is not a high enough score. My husband treated me to see the show as a 60th birthday treat. It was absolutely fantastic. We loved every minute of it and are coming to London again later in the year with the hope of seeing the show again. Well done to the cast and crew for making my birthday such a memorable one.
Birthday presents tickets from my sis to see the jersey boys. Wasn't sure as I am a little young to remember the real Frankie Valli. I have to say as soon as our Frankie (Ben Jennings) ran on the stage I was hooked! And a little in love! He controlled the stage from start to finish! His performance was in no other word but flawless! His voice is just superb worth the ticket price alone. Was really surprised to read he wasn't the normal lead ( why not?) Can't see many matching him! Brilliant show with a brilliant lead!
Fantastic show well performed songs brought back many memory's off my mum X absolute must see
Oh my god! Loved Ben Jennings as Frankie Valli! What a magnificent performer! Had seen the show a few times a few years ago but this guy was totally brilliant! Super talent! Will be looking out again to book just for Ben! Great show made even better with a fab lead!
A foul mouthed documentary, not a musical.
didnt really know much about frankie valli, how ever this really opend my eyes to the hits he had, the show is fantastic much so that i felt totally immeresed in the story and forgot i was watching a play, totally worth it even when we were sitting high up on the balcony.*****
Is was excellent I really enjoyed myself
Sandy Moffat was fantatatic as Franki, Have been to New York recently to see show there I can honestly say the London show was far superior . Can't wait to go again.
Brilliant show, great music/songs, but why was the swearing needed, especially on a matinee performance when there are youngsters present. Still a great show.
My third time. It's that good, truly a great show, esp. for those of us who were there at the creation (I lived in NJ in sixties, the golden era of rock 'n roll). Alas, for Jersey Boys, golden era may be over as I don't think we'll ever see the likes of Ryan Molloy as Frankie again. He was in a class by himself. Still a dynamite production, though. Five stars.
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