Dirty Dancing | Theatre Royal
Tue 6 May - Sat 31 May
EXTRA MATINEE ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND! WEDNESDAY 28 MAY AT 2.00PM - BOOK NOW!
DIRTY DANCING - THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE is an unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-pounding music, passionate romance and sensationally sexy dancing.
Seen by millions across the globe this worldwide smash-hit tells the classic story of Baby and Johnny, two fiercely independent young spirits from different worlds, who come together in what will be the most challenging and triumphant summer of their lives. Featuring hit songs, including "Hungry Eyes", "Hey Baby", "Do You Love Me?" and the heart stopping "I've Had The Time Of My Life."
Gareth Bailey will star as Johnny Castle, Roseanna Frascona will be carrying the watermelon as idealistic Baby Houseman, and Claire Rogers will play Penny Johnson.
Don't miss your chance to see this truly spectacular musical theatre event.
You'll have the time of your life!
Click here to watch the trailer.
Please note: Contains flashing lights. Some scenes may be unsuitable for under 12s.
Tickets from £16.50. Limited number of premium seats available. A booking fee of £1.45 per ticket will apply to online transactions, click here for details.
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Friends Discount on price bands 1-3 (excl. premium seats, Fri & Sat and Mon 26 - Sat 31 May). Group discounts apply, subject to availability. Prices subject to change; book early and save more!
We reserve the right to carry out bag searches on arrival at the theatre. Any drinks found (soft or alcoholic) will be confiscated for the safety of all of our patrons. Customers will have the option to reclaim their bottles after the performance.
Drinks purchased at Theatre Royal foyer bars can be taken into the auditorium in the plastic glasses provided.
Running Time: 2hr 30mins
Please note that all ticket prices include a contribution to our heritage fund.
The biggest live theatre sensation of all timeThe Observer