& JULIET is embarking on a UK tour from 8 July 2024

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After thrilling audiences on the Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End from 2019-2023, and on Broadway the place it’s at present taking part in on the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, the Olivier and WhatsOnStage Award profitable and Tony Award nominated musical & JULIET is embarking on a UK tour from 8 July 2024, visiting Manchester, Southampton, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Birmingham, Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds and extra.

Casting is to be introduced.

There is life after Romeo!

Get whisked away on a wonderful journey as Juliet ditches her well-known ending for a recent starting and a second likelihood at life and love—her approach. Created by the Emmy-winning author from “Schitt’s Creek,” this hilarious new musical flips the script on the best love story ever advised and asks, what would occur subsequent if Juliet didn’t finish it throughout Romeo?

Juliet’s new story bursts to life by way of a playlist of pop anthems as iconic as her identify, together with 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 extra #1 hits than every other artist this century, and his collaborators. Break freed from the balcony scene and get into this romantic comedy that proves there’s life after Romeo. The solely factor tragic could be lacking it.

 

8 – 20 July Manchester Opera House

23 – 27 July Blackpool Opera House

30 July – 3 August Norwich Theatre Royal

13 – 24 August Glasgow Kings Theatre

2 – 7 September Oxford New Theatre

9 – 21 September Sunderland Empire

23 – 28 September Hull New Theatre

30 September – 5 October Plymouth Theatre Royal

7 – 12 October Wolverhampton Grand

14 – 19 October Canterbury Marlowe Theatre

28 October – 2 November Liverpool Empire Theatre

5 – 9 November Southampton Mayflower Theatre

12 – 16 November Edinburgh Playhouse

18 – 30 November Leeds Grand Theatre

14 – 25 January 2025 Bristol Hippodrome

27 January – 1 February New Wimbledon Theatre

4 February – 8 February Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre

17 – 22 February Leicester Curve

11 – 15 March Woking New Victoria Theatre

24 – 29 March Bradford Alhambra Theatre

31 March – 12 April Milton Keynes Theatre

14 – 19 April Nottingham Theatre Royal

21 April – 3 May Birmingham Hippodrome

5 – 10 May Southend Cliffs Pavilion

12 – 17 May Stoke Regent Theatre

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20 May – 31 May Sheffield Lyceum Theatre

2 – 7 June Newcastle Theatre Royal

10 – 14 June Truro Hall for Cornwall

16 – 28 June Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre

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