Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will be showing at the Wycombe Swan from September 24 to 28.

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s musical follows the story of Joseph who has 11 brothers, but he’s his father’s favourite.

This causes many issues in Joseph's life, but after a struggle he manages to end up on top, as prince of Egypt.

Jaymi Hensley speaks about taking on the role of Joseph. He said: “Joseph has got something special. It has all these markers that made me think of my life.

I had people, not brothers, but contemporaries at school, who told me I couldn’t be what I wanted to be.

“I’m a dreamer; I wanted to be a star. I also had something that made me different; being a gay man and finding out at a young age.

“I always had my head in the clouds, but I was always sure of who I was and I never let what anyone said deter me.

“That’s how I approached Joseph, with the message that as long as you stand by who you are, eventually the rest of the world will see how wonderful you are too.”

The musical is turning 50 years old this year but the songs and performance are still, according to Jaymi “timeless.”

As of what to expect from the show Jaymi said: “It’s a real feel good musical. The music’s fun, it’s bright and colourful, and we have the most amazing, talented cast.

“The world at the moment is so depressing; I think everybody should come for a couple of hours of detachment from reality, and have a fun, uplifting time.”

To find out more information on the show or to purchase tickets visit Tickets start from £34.50.