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Bianca Del Rio is joining the cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie UK tour: how to buy tickets

Jonny Yates May 14, 2021
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Bianca Del Rio will reprise her role as Hugo/Loco Chanelle for the Everybody's Talking About Jamie UK tour.

Bianca Del Rio will reprise her role as Hugo/Loco Chanelle for the Everybody's Talking About Jamie UK tour.

Bianca Del Rio is joining the UK tour of hit musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, and tickets are now on sale.

The inspiring show will tour venues across the country from 1 September, 2021 until 23 April, 2022.

The RuPaul’s Drag Race star will return to her role as Hugo/Loco Chanelle for a limited run which includes venues in Liverpool and Brighton.

Tickets for the whole tour are now on sale, including Bianca Del Rio’s dates from ATG Tickets.

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The musical follows Jamie New who’s 16 and lives on a council estate in Sheffield where he doesn’t quite fit in.

When he decides he wants to attend his prom in a dress there’s a fierce backlash from teachers and students.

But with the help of his friends, his mother and various drag queens including Loco Chanelle, Jamie is able to overcome prejudice and be the star he was always meant to be.

Bianca will be joined by Layton Williams who will play lead character Jamie New after starring in the role on the West End.

Other cast members include Shane Richie who will play Hugo/Loco Chanelle between 1 September and 20 November, Britain’s Got Talent star George Sampson and Shobna Gulati who will reprise her West End role as Ray.

Bianca Del Rio will appear in the show between 23 November, 2021 and 8 January, 2022.

Tickets for the tour dates are now on sale from ATGTickets.com, while some are available via individual theatre websites.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie UK tour dates

  • 1-12 September – Salford, Lowry
  • 14-18 September – Birmingham, Alexandra Theatre
  • 20-25 September – Leciester, Curve Theatre
  • 5-9 October – Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre
  • 11-16 October – Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre
  • 19-23 October – Bristol, Hippodrome Theatre
  • 25-30 October – Newcastle, Theatre Royal
  • 2-7 November – Leeds, Grand Theatre
  • 9-13 November – Aberdeen, His Majesty’s Theatre
  • 15-20 November – Cardiff, Wales Millennium Centre
  • 23-27 November – Liverpool, Empire Theatre
  • 12 December – 2 January – Brighton, Theatre Royal
  • 25-29 January – Glasgow, King’s Theatre
  • 14-19 March – Woking, New Victoria Theatre
  • 29 November – 4 December – Hull, New Theatre
  • 4-8 January – Southampton, Mayflower Theatre
  • 23-27 February – Nottingham, Theatre Royal
  • 1-5 March – Norwich, Theatre Royal
  • 7-12 March – Belfast, Grand Opera House
  • 28 March – 2 April – Edinburgh, Festival Theatre
  • 11-16 April – Sheffield, Lyceum Theatre
  • 19-23 April – Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre

It was also recently announced that the West End version of the show is returning to its home of the Apollo Theatre from 20 May.

It will reopen following government guidelines, including a socially distanced audience, contactless ticketing and a one-way system in the theatre, as confirmed by Nimax Theatres.

You can get tickets now for all the West End dates from Ticketmaster and Love Theatre .

 

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