Happy Wednesday loves. I’m so sorry for the lack of fashion post on Monday but I really didn’t have it in me to shoot over the weekend but worry not I will be back on Monday as usual. Today I want to share my recent visit to the West End show Jersey Boys.
Jersey Boys is a musical at the Piccadilly Theatre West End (shown daily check the schedule HERE) showcasing the story of 4 unknown boys from Newark Jersey who manages to rise to fame during the 60’s by following their dream to became a well-known band. The rock and roll group consisting of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons covered all the big songs such as Big Girls Don’t Cry, Sherry and Walk Like A Man will get you reminiscing about good old days even if you were born outside this era. Frankie Valli, the lead singer played by Michael Watson famous for his unique and mesmerising voice performed the hit Sheri so beautifully that they rose to number 1 hit on the charts launching their international career which followed by unbelievable 16 to 40 hits in 2 and a half years.
I loved the persistence that the group employs and the fact that they never gave up their dream to become famous even though they failed so many times and went through so many changes and challenges. It reminded me that everything in life requires trial and error and as long we are persistent and believe in our dream we all truly can make it. The entire atmosphere of this awesome West End show was totally engaging and will get you dancing in no time. My friend and I really enjoyed ourselves and couldn’t stop singing to all the hits the band performed so beautifully.
If you are looking to book a West end Show then I can highly recommend Jersey Boys especially if you are after something more upbeat and fun but still quite dramatic.
The images in this post are not mine since I wasn’t allowed to use my camera and are a courtesy of Brinkhoff/Mögenburg
Have you seen any theatre shoes recently?