Jess Wright from TOWIE to make her theatrical debut in GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN

TV personality Jess Wright will be making her theatrical debut in the UK Tour of Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.

Jess (who first appeared on our screens in 2010 as a regular on ITV2’s flagship show The Only Way Is Essex) will be performing alongside Maureen Nolan in the role of Karen, X-Factor Finalist Niki Evans takes on the role of Jackie and completing the line-up is Olivier Award Winner Leanne Jones in the role of Angie.

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun will take a no-holds-barred comedy romp through everything life throws at a modern-day woman. Sex, diets, men, fashion, chocolate, wine and more wine all feature in a riotous script that promises to be the girl’s night out to remember.

The show will also feature some of the biggest and most iconic of all pop anthems including 9 to 5, We Are Family, Get The Party Started, I’m In the Mood For Dancing and of course Cyndi Lauper’s classic Girls Just Wanna Have Fun. By the end of the night everyone will be dancing in the aisles!

Thursday, September 9 2021 – The Place, Telford
Friday, September 10 2021 – Kings Theatre, Portsmouth
Saturday, September 11 2021 – Lighthouse Theatre, Poole
Sunday, September 12 2021 – Swan Theatre, Worcester
Tuesday, September 14 2021 – Forum Theatre, Billingham
Wednesday, September 15 2021 – Victoria Theatre, Halifax
Thursday, September 16 2021 – Albany Theatre, Coventry
Friday, September 17 2021 – Theatre Royal, St Helens
Saturday, September 18 2021 – Courtyard Theatre, Hereford
Sunday, September 19 2021 – Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen
Tuesday, September 21 2021 – Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa
Wednesday, September 22 2021 – Palace Theatre, Redditch
Thursday, September 23 2021 – Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds
Friday, September 24 2021 – Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds
Saturday, September 25 2021 – The McMillan Theatre, Somerset
Tuesday, September 28 2021 – Cresset, Peterborough
Wednesday, September 29 2021 – Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks
Friday, October 1 2021 – The Central, Chatham
Saturday, October 2 2021 – Marina Theatre, Lowestoft
Sunday, October 3 2021 – Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage
Tuesday, October 5 2021 – Alive Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
Wednesday, October 6 2021 – Corn Exchange, Stamford
Thursday, October 7 2021 – Garrick, Lichfield

Stephanie Dooley appears until 7th October and Jess Wright appears from 8th October.

Friday, October 8 2021 – Charter Hall, Colchester
Saturday, October 9 2021 – Towngate Theatre, Basildon
Tuesday, October 12 2021 – Webster Theatre, Arbroath
Thursday, October 14 2021 – Lanark Memorial Hall, Lanark
Friday, October 15 2021 – Whitehall Theatre, Dundee
Saturday, October 16 2021 – Albert Halls, Stirling
Tuesday, October 19 2021 – Lyceum Theatre, Crewe
Wednesday, October 20 2021 – Grove Theatre, Dunstable
Thursday, October 21 2021 – Civic Theatre, Chelmsford
Friday, October 22 2021 – Camberley Theatre, Camberley
Saturday, October 23 2021 – Queens Theatre, Barnstaple
Sunday, October 24 2021 – Octagon Theatre, Yeovil
Tuesday, October 26 2021 – Brierley Hill Civic, Brierley Hall
Wednesday, October 27 2021 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Thursday, October 28 2021 – New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
Friday, October 29 2021 – New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
Saturday, October 30 2021 – Grand Theatre, Lancaster
Sunday, October 31 2021 – The Forum, Northallerton
Wednesday, November 3 2021 – The Core at Corby Cube, Corby
Thursday, November 4 2021 – Sands Centre, Carlisle
Friday, November 5 2021 – Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl
Saturday, November 6 2021 – Brindley Theatre, Runcorn
Sunday, November 7 2021 – Winding Wheel, Chesterfield
Tuesday, November 9 2021 – Beck Theatre, Hayes
Wednesday, November 10 2021 – The Woodville, Gravesend
Friday, November 12 2021 – Royal Hall, Harrogate
Sunday, November 14 2021 – Playhouse, Whitley Bay