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Dirty dancing tickets – Fall in love with one of the most romantic shows on earth!
Worthwhile for the sound track alone, Dirty Dancing is simply unforgettable. A fitting tribute to Patrick Swayze, sadly missed, it's a glorious tale of first love that's hitting the big time at London's Piccadilly Theatre right now. There's heart-pounding music. There's the hot, pure energy of dance. And it's a story packed with emotion.
A huge smash hit, Dirty Dancing tells the story of Baby and Johnny, two young and fiercely independent people from radically different worlds. At a time when those worlds rarely met, their tale takes place in the most challenging and exciting time of their lives; on the very brink of adulthood.
If you don't already know songs like 'Hungry Eyes', 'Hey Baby', 'Do You Love Me?' and the all time classic and Oscar winner 'Time of My Life' you'll soon be singing them to yourself. It's so good that BBC critic Mark Shenton said it "hits both the jackpot and the jukebox". And it contains more than fifty fine songs.
Expect a massive dose of double nostalgia – one for the story, set in the idyllic American 1960s, and another for the 1980s when the original film starring Patrick Swayze first hit our screens.
It's wonderful stuff. So book now and lose yourself in this unforgettable, romantic but realistic tale of life, love, danger, laughter and the difficulties of growing up.
Recommended for 12+, Children under 5 years and babies in arms will strictly not be admitted.
Playing at Phoenix Theatre
Recommended for 12+
Children under 5 years and babes in arms will strictly not be admitted.
The show features a limited amount of mild swearing and themes of a sexual nature. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Mon - - 19:30
Tue - - 19:30
Wed - - 19:30
Thu - - 19:30
Fri - 17:30 20:30
Sat 14:30 - 19:30
Sun - - -
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