Jersey Boys MK Theatre 2018

Hi my lovelies,

I am so sorry I haven't posted in over 2 years. A lot has been going on in my life, but I won't bore you with the details. Now that the country is in lockdown due to Covid-19, I am going to be posting all the posts that I had planned to do over the last 2 years and first off is a trip to the theatre to see Jersey Boys. So without further ado. Lights, Camera, Action. Or should that be Curtain Call. I don't know lol.

Christmas 2017 my parents gave me and my boyfriend a joint present. Inside was the soundtrack to the musical Jersey Boys. Now for those who do not know what the Jersey Boys is about, it is about a 1960s band/group call Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. It is about how they started and how they got to be as big as they did. Now I grew up listening to their music, so during the musical I was -along with others in the audience- singing along. My boyfriend only knew a few of their songs so just sat there and smiled at me.

Our tickets were three rows from the front and right smack in the middle. Before I left the house to go to MK Theatre I tweeted that I was going to see it and I tagged MK Theatre in the tweet, the sent a tweet back, along with one of the cast members. That surprised me, but what actually shocked me was, when my boyfriend and I arrived at the theatre I checked my twitter account and I had a follow from said member of the cast. I was jumping up and down with excitement. My boyfriend just stood there laughing and shaking his head, as all boyfriends do. Wait what! You're telling me that not all boyfriends do that, it's just mine. *gasps* I feel so unloved right now.

As you can see from the picture above I decided to get some merchandise. I got the Jersey Boys jersey (see what I did there? No OK, moving on) I also got the program in the very first picture and a T-shirt and key ring. It was a wonderful night, one that I will always remember. Especially the finale where the cast got the entire auditorium up on their feet (yes that included my boyfriend) dancing and singing.

Overall it was an amazing night. I got to spend time with my boyfriend, which at the time of being given the tickets was difficult due to him having a new job and working nights and weekends, and I worked days during the week. That has since changed and not due to the lockdown because we are both classed as key workers.

I hope you are all staying safe in these crazy times and please follow the advice of the government. They tend to know what they are doing...sometimes.


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