Opened: 6th November 2017
Booking Period: 25th January 2020
Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Wednesday and Saturday 14:30
Running Time: 2 hours 40 minutes
Venue: Apollo Theatre
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a musical by Tom MacRae with music by Dan Gillespie Sells based on BBC Three’s documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16. It premiered in Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre in February 2017 and transferred to the West End in November that same year. It follows the story of Jamie, a misfit, who, with the support of his mother and friends, rises above his bullies and embraces his own identity.
Leading and Supporting
Layton Williams as Jamie New
Rebecca McKinnis as Margaret New
Bill Ward as Hugo
Rita Simons as Miss Hedge
Ensemble and Swing
Alex Anstey, Luke Baker, Courtney Bowman, Marvyn Charles (swing), Marlon G Day, Momar Diagne, James Gillan, Ryan Hughes, Daniel Jacob, Melissa Jacques, Zahra Jones, Emily Kenwright, Sejal Keshwala, Luke Latchman, Jordan Laviniere, Harriet Payne, Rachel Price (swing), Sabrina Sandhu, Biancha Szynal (swing) Adam Taylor (swing), and Ziggy Tyler Taylor
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is currently booking until January 2020. The Apollo Theatre opened 1901 and has been a venue for plays, musicals, operas and comedies. In December 2013, part of the theatre’s ceiling, balcony and a lighting rig collapsed. It reopened four months later.
The Apollo is owned by Nimax Theatres so their website is the best place to buy tickets. For more information on your visit to the Apollo, read our guide.
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