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Grease Is The Word! Book Tickets For Grease The Musical In London

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Both in movie form and musical form, 'Grease' has always succeeded and now it's back at the Dominion Theatre in London. Choreographed by Arlene Phillips and directed by Nikolai Foster, 'Grease' promises a proper stage musical spectacular. It is more electrifying than ever before and even grittier. The rev of car engines and songs of teen romance is here with a young cast and fresh energy. The musical score is full of songs like 'You’re the One That I Want', 'Greased Lightnin'', and 'Summer Nights' made famous by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John with their duet in the 1978 'Grease' film. So, why wait? Be there at the theatre in the West End and experience 'Grease the Musical' as it makes a dominant return. Get your Burger Palace Boys and round up your Pink Ladies to find out that Grease is what you want this term. Book 'Grease the Musical' London tickets now.

About 'Grease the Musical'

What is 'Grease the Musical' about?

'Grease the Musical' is back! The story follows two young teenagers. After a lovely whirlwind summer romance in the summer break, leather-jacket wearing Danny and the innocent next-door neighbour Sandy go through an unexpected reunion at Rydell High when she joins the school for her senior year. The question is will their young love survive in the trials of teenage life.

The musical starts during the summer school break. Sandy Dumbrowski and Danny Zuko are neighbours who fall in love during the break. Sandy is known to be innocent and sweet, while Danny is a bad boy with a soft heart. Soon Sandy turns up in Rydell High the next autumn for her senior year and now both the teenagers find it hard to spark their love again. Sandy still remembers the sweet boy who made her feel like a lady and Danny thinks he is too cool for love during school. With the help of the Pink Ladies, Danny falls for her again. This tale of teenage love in the backdrop of Rydell High is common for many teenagers nowadays and that makes this one of the popular musicals of the generation.

And now it is back at the West End for everyone to see. This production of the classic show started as a UK tour in 2019.

'Grease' debuted in 1971 in Chicago and had its Broadway premiere in 1972. The London premiere was in 1973 and starred Richard Gere in the lead.

At the end of the movie, Danny and Sandy fly away and people have a lot of theories about it. Many people even think it's all in Sandy's head!

The character Rizzo in the musical dated Danny once, but not anymore. Fun fact, 'T-birds' actually stands for 'Thunderbirds'!

The hit thrilling new version of the musical 'Grease' is directed by Leicester Curve’s Artistic Director, Nikolai Foster, while the choreography is by Arlene Phillips. Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey also are important parts of the show.

What age is 'Grease the Musical' suitable for?

The musical about finding true love is suitable for ages age seven and above. Children below five are not allowed in the theatre.

How long is 'Grease the Musical'?

The runtime of the show at the West End has not been announced.

Who is in the 'Grease the Musical' cast?

A very special guest cast is Peter Andre as Vince Fontaine. Dan Partridge, Ellie Kingdon, Tendai Rinomhota, Paul French, Alex Christian, Josh Barnett, Cristian Zaccarini, Marianna Neofitou, and Maeve Byrne are some prominent names among many others in the musical about true love. Get your 'Grease' tickets now.

Who is the team behind 'Grease the Musical'?

The book, music, and lyrics are given by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Nikolai Foster directs the play, while choreography is given by Arlene Phillips. Tom Marshall and Richard Brooker give the sound, while the lighting is done by Ben Cracknell. Set design is by Colin Richmond.

Which songs will I hear in 'Grease the Musical'?

Music includes songs like 'Summer Nights', 'Greased Lightnin'', and 'You’re the One That I Want' which are taken from the classic movie from 1978. The stage is going to be on fire on the night, get your 'Grease the Musical' tickets now!

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is 'Grease the Musical' being performed?

The address of the venue is Dominion Theatre, 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ.

How do I get to the Dominion Theatre?

To reach the theatre, take the tube from the Central and Northern lines. Tottenham Court Road station is the nearest.

Take the A400 to Tottenham Court road if you are travelling by car.

The nearest train station is Euston.

Check your tickets before setting off.

Where can I park near the Dominion Theatre?

The nearest parking is the YMCA on Great Russell Street.

Where are the toilet facilities at the Dominion Theatre?

There are toilets on each level. The Royal Circle also has an accessible toilet.

Is the Dominion Theatre accessible?

The main entrance is fully accessible. Step-free access is also provided to the Nederlander Box.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular restaurants nearby are Five Guys, The Flying Horse, and Dalloway Terrace.

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