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DIRTY DANCING TOUR

Dirty DancingThere is a new tour of Dirty Dancing  next year which opens at Brighton Theatre Royal on 20th September before heading off  on UK tour which will extend into 2019 with further dates and casting details still to be announced.

Dirty Dancing is set in the the summer of 1963, and tells the story of 17 year old Frances "Baby" Houseman and how she learns some major lessons in life and a a thing or two about dancing!

While on holiday in New York's Catskill Mountains with her parent Baby shows no interest in the resort activities, until she stumbles across a staff party and catches sight of Johnny Castle the resort dance instructor (originally played by Patrick Swayze in the film of the same name).

Baby's life changes forever as she is thrown in at the deep end as Johnny's leading lady both on and off stage.

Dirty Dancing is a fabulous musical journey with some incredible dance routines. It has no less than 35 songs, including “Hungry Eyes”, “Hey Baby”, “Do You Love Me?” and the classic “I’ve Had The Time Of My Life.”

Produced by Karl Sydow, Joye Entertainment and Paul Elliott, in association with Lionsgate and Magic HourProductions, and written by Eleanor Bergstein, script writer of the phenomenally successful 1987 film, the production features the much-loved characters and original dialogue from the iconic film, with exciting extra scenes added in.

This all new production has a creative team featuring director Federico Bellone and choreographer Gillian Bruce, with a design re-imagined by top Italian set designer Roberto Cometti.

Below are the tour dates we have so far:

Brighton Theatre Royal
20-29 September 2018
Dartford Orchard
1-6 October
York Grand Opera House
8-13 October
Stoke Regent
15-20 October
Hastings White Rock
22-27 October
Southend Cliffs Pavilion
29 October-3 November
Birmingham New Alexandra
5-10 November
Preston Guild Hall
12-17 November
Wimbledon New
19-24 November
Plymouth Pavilions
26 November-1 December
Oxford New
3-8 December
Gateshead Sage
19-25 January 2019
Bradford Alhambra
28 January- 2 February
on sale soon
High Wycombe Swan
4-9 February
Torquay Princess
11-16 February
Swansea Grand
18-23 February
on sale soon
Bromley Churchill
25 February-2 March
Edinburgh Festival Theatre
4-9 March
Woking New Victoria Theatre
18-23 March
Aylesbury Waterside
25-30 March