New Jersey Nights
20 March 2013 WOS Rating: Average Reader Rating: Reader Reviews: View and add to our user reviews The international hit show New Jersey Nights comes to the UK as part of a world tour. And it lives up to one of the famous song titles - "Oh What A Night!" Based on the life and music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, we are taken on a musical journey through the years. Ruby's Bar is the first port of call where we are entertained with a fantastic combination of singing, dancing and stylized costumes. The production features four singers Duncan Heather, Jon Hawkins, Ricky Rojas and Damion Scarcella who consistently hit all the unique high pitched sounds. Six fabulous and energetic dancers, a rockin' on stage band and several stage sets combine to produce a sparkling, sassy and entertaining show packed with nostalgia. A medley of greatest hits include "Sherry", "Walk Like A Man", "My Eyes Adored You", "Big Girls Don't Cry", "My Girl", and "Why Do Fools Fall In Love." This is a exhilarating musical history tour spanning the the hits of one of the world's most successful groups ever. With the Jersey Boys currently playing in the West End and not on tour - Jersey Nights offers audiences a spectacular celebration of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and a hit for all generations to enjoy. - Lisa Pollitt Related Content Back to Northwest Homepage
Score Comment Date Myself and 5 friends went to the matinee on the 23rd March ....Amazing , I have been to several shows ..Le Mis, Phantom, etc but this was something completely different I cannot praise it enough , entertainment,music ,dancing, I could go on and on , not to be missed , Fantastic!!!!!A******************** - Rigsby58 24 Mar 13 It was the best show my husband and I have been to in a long time. The cast were fantastic,. The dancers amazing. The band brilliant. We go to a lot of live music shows and this is by far the best.
Entertainment at its best. Congratulations to all involved. - Elaine Kilroy 22 Mar 13
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