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Everybody's Talking About Jamie ticketsTheatre Royal Brighton, Brighton

Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae’s musical is based on the 2011 BBC Three documentary ‘Jamie: Drag Queen at 16’.
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See Everybody's Talking About Jamie at the Theatre Royal Brighton

Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae’s musical is based on the 2011 BBC Three documentary ‘Jamie: Drag Queen at 16’. It brings catchy original songs and an uplifting tale, promising to be a sensation for contemporary theatre-goers. Since opening in 2017, the musical has several awards under its belt and five Olivier Award-nominations. Tickets are selling fast to Everybody’s Taking About Jamie, thanks to its stunning dramatisation of Jamie’s true life story.

As a typical sixteen year old growing up on a council estate, Jamie New doesn’t quite fit in anywhere. Despite bullying, Jamie has big aspirations and an even bigger secret to share. With the support of his family and friends, Jamie overcomes strong adversary and chases after his dream. The show exposes his challenges, relationships and above all his inner strength.

The true tale of overcoming prejudice and outright fabulousness is inspirational, so Jamie had to share it. After making the documentary with Firecracker Films, theatre director Jonathan Butterell wanted to transform the narrative into a stage show. Partnering with The Feeling’s Tom MacRae, the pair began working on this remarkable and heartwarming musical.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie premiered at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, where it won two UK Theatre Awards. Following the rave reviews, the musical now runs in London’s West End, where it scooped four WhatsOnStage awards.

Some compare the show to Evan Hansen; a groundbreaking musical making an impact in the current theatre scene. Above all, the two shows are impacting, significant and touching. They are both enlightening and educational, and combine drama and humour for truly joyous coming-of-age shows.

Tickets are available for Everybody’s Talking About Jamie now. Don’t miss out on seeing the musical set to take the theatre world by storm.


Venue Details

One of England’s oldest and most extraordinary working theatres, the Theatre Royal, Brighton has continued to deliver the finest productions since opening in 1807. It’s broad programme extends from West End musicals and pantomimes to operas, comedy shows, live music and ballet performances.

In its two centuries of activity, many famous actors have made appearances at the Theatre Royal. Rowan Atkinson, Rupert Everett, Dawn French and Ian McKellan are just a few of the recent recognisable names to have starred on its stage, while past heroes include the likes of Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud and Charles Heston.

The heritage of the theatre qualified it to be a grade II listed building. In principle, it is a Regency theatre - constructed on the Prince Regent’s land, who gave it his royal assent. Over the years, the Theatre Royal, Brighton has been renovated several times. It retains the chandelier and height for three balconies incorporated by celebrated architect Phipps in 1866, and the Royal Circle Bar introduced in the integration of the main theatre with former home of the previous manager, Henry Nye Charts.

Through much investment, refurbishment and care, the theatre has survived the reign of nine monarchs and still continues to captivate audiences to this day. In 2016, the theatre also won the Muddy Stilettos Award for Best Theatre.


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