“Following in the black patent shoes of Olivier, Gambon, Lindsay & Branagh, it’s an incredible honour to be asked to play one of literatures greatest fictional characters, Archie Rice. In the words of the great man himself “you’re a long time dead, let’s just whoop it up!”
Following a spectacular international tour in Dubai, Istanbul and Trieste, the 2019 UK tour opened at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, in January – the smash hit show is heading to Storyhouse next month.
Jersey Boys tells the story of the rise from New Jersey, the tough outlands of New York, of four likely lads with a dream; we also get a young Joe Pesci thrown in, no extra charge.
Of all the films to come out of the 1970s perhaps one of the most iconic that captures the essence and despair of the time is Saturday Night Fever with its tragic tale of hopelessness and thwarted dreams.
From the producers that brought audiences Rita, Sue and Bob Too! and The Salon, Regal Entertainments are back with brand-new comedy, Achy Breaky Bride this June.
“When Jerry Springer – The Opera first hit stages in the UK, it created a mass protest. It was unapologetic, uncompromising, fresh and original – and fused a highbrow form with a lowbrow subject matter. This fusion was what first attracted me. After getting through the protestors, I sat down and watched the best two hours of entertaining yet profound theatre I’d seen in years. It started a revolution.”