Prince Edward Theatre
The all time loved saga of Jersey
Boys is ruling the box office of London Westend successfully. The mesmerizing
London show can be enjoyed at fullest at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre!
The heart touching saga of jersey Boys will be transferring to the Piccadilly
Theatre from 14th March 2014. Experience the gripping saga of four guys
from the wrong side of the tracks and their saga of attaining the stardom and
went on becoming the biggest pop sensation.
The scintillating London show
Jersey Boys is beautifully presented at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre.
To enliven up the magic, experience the spell binding presentation of some of
the soul lifting musical compositions, such as Sherry", "Big Girls
Don't Cry", "Rag Doll", "Oh What a Night" and "Can't
Take My Eyes Off of You".
The opulent Prince Edward Theatre
is a popular Westend Theatre and is located on Old Compton Street which is just
North of Leicester Square in the City of Westminster. Edward A Stone designed
this stunning theatre in the year 1930, whereas the interior was designed by Marc-Henri
Levy and Gaston Laverdet. The magnificent theatre has been named after the
Prince Edward and marked its opening on April 3 1930.
The theatre marked its debut with
the musical Rio Rita. Some other remarkable events that took place during the
initial years was the popular debut of the known cabaret artist Josephine
Baker. She performed her famous dance number Banaras Dance. In the year 1935,
theatre was transformed into dance and cabaret hall and was called as London
During the WWII air raid, theatre
was badly destroyed and reopened after alterations as Queensberry All Services
Club in the year 1942 by Thomas Braddock. Year 1974 marked the acquisition of
theatre by Bernard Delfont.
For kids under 12, Jersey Boys is
inappropriate as it has some genuine New Jersey language which is not ideal for
the younger audience! The 2 hours and 40 minutes show with 20 minutes
intermission will be a memorable experience for you and your loved ones!