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NEWS: Award-winning musical & Juliet to embark on UK Tour in 2024 / 2025. What we know so far:

Updated: Mar 7


And Juliet | & Juliet UK Tour details including Glasgow King's, Edinburgh Playhouse and Aberdeen dates for 2024 / 2025.

After thrilling audiences at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End from 2019-2023, and on Broadway where it is currently playing at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, the Olivier and WhatsOnStage Award winning and Tony Award nominated musical & JULIET is embarking on a UK tour from 8 July 2024, and will visit Glasgow King's Theatre 13 - 24 August 2024 and the Edinburgh Playhouse 12 – 16 November 2024.



There is life after Romeo!

Get whisked away on a fabulous journey as Juliet ditches her famous ending for a fresh beginning and a second chance at life and love—her way. Created by the Emmy-winning writer from “Schitt’s Creek,” this hilarious new musical flips the script on the greatest love story ever told and asks, what would happen next if Juliet didn’t end it all over Romeo?

Juliet’s new story bursts to life through a playlist of pop anthems as iconic as her name, including Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time, Katy Perry’s “Roar” and chart toppers “Since U Been Gone,” “It’s My Life,” “I Want It That Way,” and “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” — all from Max Martin, the genius songwriter/producer behind more #1 hits than any other artist this century, and his collaborators. Break free of the balcony scene and get into this romantic comedy that proves there’s life after Romeo. The only thing tragic would be missing it.


And Juliet | & Juliet Broadway cast production. Photo credit: Matthew Murphy. UK Tour announcement

& Juliet SCOTTISH LISTINGS & Ticket info

💖 Glasgow Kings Theatre

13 – 24 August 2024

💖 Edinburgh Playhouse

12 – 16 November 2024


💖 Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre

4 February – 8 February 2025

FULL LISTINGS and more info: https://www.andjulietthemusical.co.uk


And Juliet | & Juliet Broadway cast production. Photo credit: Matthew Murphy. UK Tour announcement.

📸 Photos are from the original Broadway cast production. Photo credit: Matthew Murphy.


Casting for the & Juliet UK Tour is to be announced.

& JULIET is a global success with the smash-hit Broadway production, breaking box office records and entering its second year in November 2023 and a US tour set to embark in September 2024. The musical made its North American premiere with the pre-Broadway production opening at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Tornoto in 2022. The Australian production opened in Melbourne in February 2023 before heading to Marina Bay Sands in Singapore this summer. It will return to Australia this December opening in Perth before heading to Sydney in February 2024.

& JULIET is directed by Luke Sheppard (In the Heights, Rent, Little Big Things), with a Book by David West Read (Netflix’s Schitt’s Creek), choreography by Jennifer Weber and set design by Soutra Gilmour. Music is by Max Martin & Friends, costume design by Paloma Young, musical supervision, orchestration and arrangements by Bill Sherman, lighting design by Howard Hudson, sound design by Gareth Owen, video & projection design by Andrzej Goulding, hair, wig and makeup design by Suzy Barrett, musical direction, additional arrangements and orchestrations by Dominic Fallacaro, and casting direction by Stuart Burt.

& JULIET is presented by Max Martin and Tim Headington and is produced by Max Martin, Tim Headington, Theresa Steele Page, Jenny Petersson, Martin Dodd and Rebecca Quigley.


And Juliet | & Juliet to embark on UK Tour visiting Glasgow King's, Edinburgh Playhouse and Aberdeen in 2024 / 2025.  Scottish Theatre, UK Tour.
 

🌟NEWS: Award-winning musical & Juliet to embark on UK Tour visiting Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen in 2024 / 2025🌟


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