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Grease The Musical
Grease The Musical

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  • Booking From:
  • 25-Jul-2007
  • Booking Until:
  • 30-Apr-2011
  • Running Time:
  • 2 hrs 30 mins
  • Age Warning:
  • 5+
  • Genre:
  • Musicals

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Grease The Musical Tickets

Piccadilly Theatre, Denman Street, London W1D 7DY

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PLEASE NOTE: Although the producers of Grease cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, the lead actors are expected to perform at all performances, subject always to illness and holidays.

Lauren Samuels, who finished in third place on BBC's Over The Rainbow, plays Sandy until the 22nd January 2011. Matthew Goodgame (Channel 4 Musicality, Chicago) plays Danny.

The smash-hit musical GREASE is now in its fourth great year at London's Piccadilly Theatre - the longest running show in the venue's history!

MATTHEW GOODGAME (Channel 4 Musicality, Chicago) stars as Danny with LAUREN SAMUELS (from the BBC's Over the Rainbow) making her West End debut as Sandy.

GREASE is the original high-school musical featuring all the unforgettable songs from the movie including You're The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Sandy and Greased Lightnin'.

Book now. Don't miss GREASE... IT'S ELECTRIFYING!

Matinees: Friday 5.30pm, Saturday 3pm Evenings: Monday-Thursday, Saturday 7.30pm. Friday 8.30pm
Theatre Venue: Piccadilly Theatre
Address: Denman Street, London W1D 7DY
Seating Plan: Seating Plan
Google Map: Google Location Map

The Piccadilly Theatre is a West End theatre located at 16 Denman Street, behind Piccadilly Circus and adjacent to the Regents Palace Hotel, in the City of Westminster.

Music:Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
Author:Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
Director:David Gilmore
Choreography:Arlene Phillips
'Grease was always supposed to be about an age of innocence tinged with sexual awakening, a paean to first love and first cigarettes, Cadillac cars and dance night in the school gym. Once upon a time in the West End, this seemed like a good idea; Richard Gere was the first, very good, UK Danny at the New London in 1973 (Elaine Paige had a small role).' Michael Coveney