Hugh Jackman shares a behind-the-scenes photo of rehearsals for his upcoming world tour

It’s less than two weeks until his round the world spectacular – The Man. The Music. The Show – kicks off in Glasgow.

And on Friday, Hugh Jackman cut a somewhat exhausted figure as he tirelessly rehearsed for the hotly-anticipated extravaganza.

Sharing a behind-the-scenes picture of the production to Instagram, the 50-year-was seen comparing notes with tour director, Warren Carlyle.

It's getting close to curtain call! Hugh Jackman looks exhausted in a behind-the-scenes photo of rehearsals for his upcoming world tour of The Man. The Music. The Show

It's getting close to curtain call! Hugh Jackman looks exhausted in a behind-the-scenes photo of rehearsals for his upcoming world tour of The Man. The Music. The Show

It’s getting close to curtain call! Hugh Jackman looks exhausted in a behind-the-scenes photo of rehearsals for his upcoming world tour of The Man. The Music. The Show 

Both sporting very casual ensembles, the pair appeared to fine-tuning a musical number.

Hugh captioned the image ‘Wazza’, presumably a nickname for Carlyle. 

It’s just days until Hugh kicks off his world tour, inspired by his performance in The Greatest Showman, with multiple dates in Glasgow in early May.  

The tour will also head to other European cities, including Berlin, Cologne, Amsterdam, Zurich, Mannheim and Paris, before hitting Sydney’s Qudos Arena on August 2.

Is there anything he can't do! It's just days until Hugh kicks off his world tour, which was inspired by his performance in The Greatest Showman, with multiple dates in Glasgow in early May. The star is pictured performing at the Brit Awards in February

Is there anything he can't do! It's just days until Hugh kicks off his world tour, which was inspired by his performance in The Greatest Showman, with multiple dates in Glasgow in early May. The star is pictured performing at the Brit Awards in February

Is there anything he can’t do! It’s just days until Hugh kicks off his world tour, which was inspired by his performance in The Greatest Showman, with multiple dates in Glasgow in early May. The star is pictured performing at the Brit Awards in February

The smash hit musical, which was inspired by the Barnum & Bailey Circus, became a box office phenomenon after it was released in cinemas worldwide in December 2017, despite being panned by critics at the time. 

Speaking to NME earlier this year, Hugh revealed even his family – wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 63, and their adopted children Oscar, 18, and Ava, 13 – have grown bored of the beloved musical’s toe-tapping tunes.

This is the greatest show! Hit musical film The Greatest Showman became a box office phenomenon after it was released in cinemas worldwide in December 2017, despite being panned by some critics

This is the greatest show! Hit musical film The Greatest Showman became a box office phenomenon after it was released in cinemas worldwide in December 2017, despite being panned by some critics

This is the greatest show! Hit musical film The Greatest Showman became a box office phenomenon after it was released in cinemas worldwide in December 2017, despite being panned by some critics 

He said: ‘My kids and even my wife are getting so sick of it – but I’m still excited about it.’ 

Meanwhile, the next few years will be busy ones for the stage and screen actor, as he will be returning to Broadway in 2020 for the first time in a decade.

The X-Men star will be appearing in the revival of Meredith Wilson’s iconic 1957 show, The Music Man.      

'My kids and even my wife are getting so sick of it!' Speaking to NME earlier this year, Hugh revealed even his family - wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 63, and their adopted children Oscar, 18, and Ava, 13 - have grown bored of the beloved musical's toe-tapping tunes

'My kids and even my wife are getting so sick of it!' Speaking to NME earlier this year, Hugh revealed even his family - wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 63, and their adopted children Oscar, 18, and Ava, 13 - have grown bored of the beloved musical's toe-tapping tunes

‘My kids and even my wife are getting so sick of it!’ Speaking to NME earlier this year, Hugh revealed even his family – wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 63, and their adopted children Oscar, 18, and Ava, 13 – have grown bored of the beloved musical’s toe-tapping tunes

   

 

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