Nick Jonas has signed up to appear on the West End stage for a three-week run next month (Jun10), according to a revered London theatre producer.
The Jonas Brothers singer is already a Broadway stalwart, having performed in a range of productions on the New York stage as a child before embarking on a pop career with his siblings.
He previously appeared in Les Miserables in 2003, and is now set to return to the musical to play Marius in the British capital.
Jonas will appear at the British capital's Queen's Theatre from 21 June (10) for a three week run, according to theatre impresario Sir Cameron MACkintosh.
He tells Britain's Daily Mail, "I went up to him at the closing night party in New York and told him he was terrific and hoped that he would one day return to play Marius. We've been in touch a lot and, of course, since then he has become this world-famous star.
"He and his father and I agreed that it would be great if he came and played Marius here in London. He has bent over backwards to fit it all into his schedule."
The 17 year old is expected to jet into the U.K. to start rehearsals at the beginning of June (10).
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