Footloose | Theatre Royal
Fri 21 Jan - Sat 29 Jan
Prices: £12 - £36.50
Starring Matt Willis (Busted; I'm a Celebrity)!
DANCING IS NOT A CRIME; TO MISS FOOTLOOSE WOULD BE!
FOOTLOOSE explodes onto the stage with classic ‘80s anthems including Holding Out For A Hero, Almost Paradise, Let’s Hear It For The Boy, and of course the title track, Footloose.
Life in small-town Bomont is peaceful – until City boy, Ren, arrives. Breaking every taboo, Ren brings dance back to the heart of a town held back by the memory of a tragedy.
Matt Willis, star of triple platinum selling pop band Busted and I’m A Celebrity winner, embarks on his first national theatre tour. Joining Matt is award winning actor Steven Pinder (Brookside, Doctors), who takes to the stage as Reverend Shaw Moore and star of the future Max Milner, who plays Ren, a role that launched the careers of Kevin Bacon following the iconic 1984 film and Derek Hough, who shot to fame in the musical production in 2006 and has since been crowned champion three times on hit US show Dancing with the Stars
Based on the hit ‘80s movie (which also launched the career of Sarah Jessica Parker and John Lithgow), FOOTLOOSE has become a stage musical phenomenon. From Broadway to the West End and touring across the UK, it is packed full of electrifying dance routines, guaranteed to get you to your feet.
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(Please note: features West End Cast)
Fenwick's Tivoli Tea Club offer - buy a matinee ticket and get a 'Buy One Get One Half Price' Afternoon Tea in Fenwick's Tivoli Restaurant. Exclusive offer for Theatre Royal customers only.
Please note that all ticket prices include a contribution to our heritage fund.
Nothing comes hotter than FootlooseThe Mirror
THE MOST ELECTRIFYING HIT SHOW IN TOWN – GO NOW!SKY News
ALL SINGING, ALL-DANCING FOOTLOOSE IS A WINNER ALL THE WAY Metro
If I'd had a stetson, Id have hurled it in the air - head for the nearest dancefloor!The Guardian
Kicks up a high octane stormEvening Standard