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The 80's Classic Dirty Dancing on Stage

Dirty Dancing

In 1987, a film came along that touched the hearts of millions around the world with a heart warming storyline, loveable characters and an unforgettable soundtrack. Dirty Dancing became a massive success on the silver screen and became one of the most iconic films of all time, capturing a big part of the fashion of the late 1980’s. The film version was eventually adapted for the stage in 2004 as a musical, giving fans a chance to relive the classic film live. The stage show was initially introduced in Australia but in 2006 Dirty Dancing the Musical moved to London’s West End where it opened at the Aldwych Theatre with the highest pre-sell in London history, earning £6 million.

The popularity of the storyline and the show means that Dirty Dancing is still hugely popular with adults and children as the energetic dance moves and catchy songs appeal to every generation. The sad passing of the films leading man, Patrick Swayze, in 2009 has brought the attention back to the show and the popularity shows no signs of waning. At London Theatre Store, we have a fantastic range of Dirty Dancing tickets including some incredible dinner theatre deals. Find out more about our range of deals on Dirty Dancing tickets, including the dinner theatre deals, by contacting our cheap theatre ticket specialists.

Written by LondonTheatreStore on 20 September 2010 10:43:00

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