The new British musical is extending its stay in the West End until October 2018. 

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Having initially been intended to book until the 21st April, it has been confirmed that the musical will be extending its stay in London and is now booking through to the 6th October 2018.

The musical brings to life the inspirational story of Jamie, a 16 year old school boy from Sheffield who decides to attend his school prom wearing a dress. This new British musical was inspired by the BBC Three documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16, which followed the true story of Jamie Campbell.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie features a book by  Tom MacRae and  music from The Feeling frontman Dan Gillespie Sells. The production is directed by Jonathan Butterell  with choreography by Kate Prince, scenic design by Anna Fleischle, lighting design by Lucy Carter and  sound design by Paul Groothuis.

Meanwhile, the cast for the production is led by John McCrea as Jamie and Josie Walker (also returning to play his mother, Margaret). They perform alongside Daniel Davids (as Levi), Mina Anwar (as Rayia ‘Ray’ Begum), Luke Baker (as Dean Paxton), Courtney Bowman (as Fatimah), Tamsin Carroll (as Miss Hedge), James Gillan (as Tray Sophisticay), Harriet Payne (as Bex), Shiv Rabheru (as Cy), Lucie Shorthouse (as Pritti Pasha), Kirstie Skivington (as Vicki), Alex Anstey (as Laika Virgin), Ken Christiansen (as Jamie’s Dad), Jordan Cunningham (as Sayid), Ryan Hughes (as Mickey), Daniel Jacob (as Sandra Bollock), Phil Nichol (as Hugo), and Lauran Rae (as Becca), with Luke Bayer, Marvyn Charles, Cherelle Jay, Rebecca McKinnis, and Chloe Pole.

 

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie continues to play at the Apollo Theatre until the  6th October 2018.  To book tickets visit: Love London Love CultureTicketmaster.co.ukLast Minute.comSee Tickets.comTheatre Tickets Direct.co.ukLove Theatre.com and Encore Tickets

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