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Don't miss 'Jamie before it goes on hiatus this September!
When this exuberant musical from The Feeling's Dan Gillespie Sells and writer Tom MacRae premiered at the Sheffield Crucible in 2017, it became an instant success with both audiences and critics. Now a West End mainstay, dazzling audiences at the Apollo Theatre 8 times a week, 'Jamie is based on the true story of Jamie Campbell, a gay 16-year-old who stunned his school by heading to prom in heels and a dress, starting a national conversation on gender, sexuality and self-expression. Infectious, funny and touching, this is a coming of age story for our generation, one that celebrates difference with remarkable kindness and compassion.
Ranging from upbeat pop-rock to glorious soulful ballads, Gillespie Sells imbues Jamie's story with the fabulousity of Kinky Boots, whilst Tom MacRae's book echoes the struggle and wit of Billy Elliott yet manages to create an entirely fresh and inspiring modern British musical.
Growing up on a Sheffield Council Estate isn't plain sailing for teenage Jamie. Out of touch with his peers yet always ready with a comeback for his bullies, he's just not sure what the future holds. Supported by his wonderful mum and his tight-knit group of pals, he sets out to confront his fate head-on and become the star he was always meant to be.
Previews from: 6 November 2017
Opening night: 22 November 2017
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
Noah Thomas as Jamie
Melissa Jaques as Margaret
Shane Ritchie as Hugo/ Loco Chanelle (Until July 18th)
Preeya Kalidas as Miss Hedge
Sejal Keshwala as Ray
Hib Elchikhe as Pritti Pasha
David O'Reilly as Laika Virgin
Marlon G. Day as Jamie's Dad
James Gillan as Tray Sophisticay
Leon Craig as Sandra Bollock
Jordan Ricketts as Dean Paxton
Courtney Bowman as Fatima
Ryan Hughes as Mickey
Zahra Jones as Becca
Emily Kenwright as Vicki
Keenan Knight as Sayid
Jordan Laviniere as Cy
Harriet Payne as Bex
Zion Battles as Levi
Ebony Clarke, Joe Wolstenholme, Marvyn Charles, Rachel Seirian
Brian James Leysas Understudy Jamie's Dad / Drag Queens
Melissa Jaques as Understudy Margaret/ Ray / Miss Hedge
Book and Lyrics by Tom MaCrae
Music by Dan Gillespie Sells
Directed by Jonathan Butterell
Best Original Cast Recording
Outstanding Achievement in Music
Best Actress in a Musical - Josie Walker
Best Actor in a Musical - John McCrea
Best New Musical
2018 What's On Stage Awards
Best Actor in a Musical
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical
Best New Musical
he's Our BOY
This show is everything the world needs right now
Billed as Billy Elliot for the Kinky Boots generation, Everybody's Talking About Jamie introduces us to the newest superstar of British musical theatre with plenty of heart, wit and a fantastic score that'll spawn more than a few standardsRead full review
3 reviews, average rating: (4.3 Stars)
Went to see this last night with my daughter who is 15 and just came out... more
Go see it it’s very very good some bad language so if your easily offended... more
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