A Night Out With The Jersey Boys #Review

My Sister and I love what we call "Old Music", for us it was the music that our parents played and they grew up listening to and for young chickens (my sister and I!) I think we know a fair amount of songs and different groups. So last night, we decided to head off to the Theatre together to watch Jersey Boys, which is the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons... one of the groups we were brought up on.

I've seen the show before, but my Sister hadn't and so sitting together in the dark singing along with her to the songs we both knew and were used to singing together in the back of the car or whilst lounging on the sofa as Children was magic.

Sam Ferriday, Stephen Webb, Tim Driesen and Lewis Griffiths in JERSEY BOYS UK tour credit Helen Maybanks

You don't have to be a Frankie Vallie fan to enjoy the show, it's got plenty of drama and giggles to keep you amused and of course is punctuated with songs that you're bound to know  like "Sherry", "Walk Like A Man", "December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)", "Big Girls Don’t Cry" and a lot more. Trust me even if you don't recognise the names you'd recognise the distinctive falsetto voice.of Frankie Vallie.

The show is at Milton Keynes Theatre until Valentines Day 2015, and tickets cost between £15 and £48 (Although you can get premium seats for £56) if you book in person at Milton Keynes Theatre Box Office. There is of course a booking free if you book online or over the phone, get more details at the ATG Website.

We were given the tickets for the purpose of this review.