Following a run of sell-out shows, West Country tribute act The New Jersey Boys will be returning to Burnham-On-Sea’s Princess Theatre on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd September.
Before returning to the UK in 2008, the show’s originators, Gary Gould and his son-in-law Einar Vestmann, had performed many of the Four Seasons’ hit numbers at venues in Spain.
Realising the enormous appeal of a complete Jersey Boys show and with the West End production breaking all records, Gary and Einar worked hard to put their own stamp on this family show.
All-round entertainer Gary brings more than twenty five years of musical experience to the show, combining tongue-in-cheek humour and audience participation.
Einar Vestmann is an Icelandic, classically trained musician brought up in Sweden. His remarkable falsetto and sheer vocal range frequently attracts standing ovations.
Vocalist Ricky Lee White from Plymouth, who has performed in the West End production of ‘Oliver!’, provides strong support with both harmonies and solo spots. Singer Tom Giles, the show’s most recent member, blends well into this vibrant and popular show which has built up a loyal following.
An added bonus to The Princess Theatre evening will be a tribute to another great rock and roll band, Showaddywaddy. Tickets cost £17, concessions £16, and are available from The Princess Box Office on 01278 784464.