Broadway Grosses for week ending November 7, 2010

Broadway Grosses for week ending November 7, 2010:

1° = Wicked
2°= The Lion King
3°= Jersey Boys

via @boffobox




West End Live 2010

2010 marks the 6th Anniversary of West End LIVE Westminster City Council’s annual entertainment festival held in  Leicester Square

Free for all the family West End Live offers visitors a spectacular event including showcase performances from top West End shows and musical acts and experience a wonderful array of interactive exhibits from many of London’s top museums, galleries and cultural institutions.

For those of you who werent able to attend or for those who want to see it again here is an excellent video coverage of the performances via elizabethtoni


The Lion King

Legally Blonde

Into the Woods

Avenue Q

Sister Act

Mamma Mia


Sweet Charity

Jersey Boys



Billy Elliot

We Will Rock You

Burn The Floor

Dirty Dancing

Jersey Boys London Celebrates its Second Anniversary

Jersey Boys, the award-winning musical, opened in London’s West End at the Prince Edward Theatre two years ago, celebrating today (March 18th)  its second Anniversary.

Jersey Boys has won -since first opening on Broadway in 2006- twenty-one major international awards including ‘Best Musical Award’ at the Laurence Olivier Awards, the Awards, the Visit London People’s Choice Awards, the highly sought-after Tony Award and the Grammy Award for Best Show Album.

Joining the cast for the third year of its run, as a way to celebrate this event, will be Jon Boydon playing Tommy DeVito and Eugene McCoy playing Nick Massi.

Performances are at the Prince Edward Theatre are Tuesdays – Saturdays at 7.30pm, with Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3.00pm.  Tickets, priced from £20.00-£62.50, are available from the Prince Edward Theatre Box Office on 0844 482 5151 or online at

Jersey Boys London Celebrates 2nd Anniversary with New Cast

The hit musical Jersey Boys is celebrating it’s second Anniversary welcoming 2 new cast members to it’s West End cast. As from March 18th 2010 John Boydon and Eugene McCoy will replace Glenn Carter and Philip Bullcock as Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi.

The pair will join exisiting members of the four seasons Ryan Molloy and Stephen Ashfield who will continue in their roles as Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio.

Both actors have appeared previously in long running West End jukebox musicals so should fit right in with the cast of Jersey Boys. McCoy’s west end experience includes the Abba musical, Mamma Mia! whilst Boydon has recently finished a two year stint of the Queen musical, We Will Rock You.

Jersey Boys tells the story of four white collar workers who started out life on the wrong side of the tracks, together these workers which included Frankie Vallet becomes the Four Seasons, one of America’s biggest selling pop bands, selling over 175 million records worldwide.

via JerseyBoysBlog & MusicalVerse