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WIN tickets to see Everybody’s Talking About Jamie!

The much-loved musical returns with an all-star cast for a limited run


Following a record-breaking three-year West End residency, a sold-out UK
and Ireland tour and an award-winning film, the smash hit and critically-acclaimed musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie returns to London for a limited season.

Funny, fabulous and feel-good, Jamie features an all-star cast, including West End sensation Ivano Turco, musical theatre star Rebecca McKinnis, EastEnders legend John Partridge, queen of the Jungle Giovanna Fletcher, and Coronation Street star Shobna Gulati.

Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight. This “funny, outrageous, touching” (The Daily Telegraph), musical sensation is to be experienced by all the family and not to be missed!

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie will be playing at the Peacock Theatre, London from until 23 March. For more information and to book your tickets, visit

We have four pairs of tickets to give away to see this amazing show. To be in with a chance to win, fill out the form below. Competition closes 1 March. Winners will be notified by email.

Terms and Conditions
Four winners will receive a pair of tickets to see Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Peacock Theatre, London, valid for Monday to Thursday performances from 26 February to 23 March 2024, subject to availability. No cash alternative. Travel not included. All additional expenses incurred are the responsibility of the winner.

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