The current London production of the Tony and Olivier-winning musical Jersey Boys, which opened in July 2021, welcomes several new cast members to the Trafalgar Theatre beginning July 26.
Peter Nash (Singin’ in the Rain U.K. tour) steps into the role of Tommy DeVito, and Declan Egan (Jersey Boys tour) is the new Bob Gaudio, joining Luke Suri and Karl James Wilson, who continue, respectively, as Frankie Valli and Nick Massi.
Also joining the cast are Joey Cornish as Joe Pesci, Joseph Peters as Bob Crewe, Andy Barke as Gyp De Carlo, Kirsty Whelan as Mary Delgado, Oliver Tester as Norm Waxman/Hank Majewski, Jacob McIntosh as Barry Belson, Gracie Lai as Lorraine, Rosie Needham as Francine, Danny Knott, Bonnie Page, Olly Manley, Daniel Parkinson, Matthew Lawrence, and Pearce Barron.
Tickets for the production are currently on sale through January 28, 2024.
Jersey Boys opened in New York in November 2005, ending its 11-year run January 15, 2017, after 4,642 performances at the August Wilson Theatre. The musical first ran in London from March 18, 2008–March 26, 2017, and, at the time, was the sixth longest-running musical in the West End. The musical also began an Off-Broadway run in November 2017 at New World Stages; that production closed May 22, 2022.
The production also features scenic design by Klara Zieglerova, costume design by Jess Goldstein, lighting by Howell Binkley, sound by Steve Canyon Kennedy, and projection design by Michael Clark. The orchestrations are by Steve Orich, with music supervision and vocal arrangements by Ron Melrose. Casting is by Jill Green.
Jersey Boys is produced in London by the Dodgers and Trafalgar Theatre Productions, with BB Investments, Kevin Kinsella, Pelican Group in association with Latitude Link, and Eilene Davidson Productions.