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Dirty Dancing archive"It was 1963, when everybody called me Baby and it didn't occur to me to mind. That was before President Kennedy got shot, before the Beatles came, when I couldn't wait to join the Peace Corps and I thought I'd never find a guy as great as my dad. That was the summer we went to Kellerman's." Brought to the stage and now touring after a fabulously successful London run at the Aldwych here is your chance to taste the excitement and romance of this blockbuster dance film. The show features all the hit songs from one of the best selling movie soundtracks of all time; 'Hungry Eyes', 'Hey Baby', 'Do You Love Me?' and, of course, the unforgettable 'Time Of My Life'.First dance. First love. In the 1987 film, Jennifer Grey starred as the teenaged Baby who falls in love with the camp's working class dance instructor, played by Patrick Swayze. Dirty Dancing website.
Performers Paul-Michael Jones (Johnny Castle), Emily Holt (Frances Baby Houseman), Charlotte Gooch (Penny Johnson), Thomas Aldridge (Billy Kostecki), Colin Charles (Tito Suarez), Lynden Edwards (Dr Jake Houseman), Joe Evans (Neil Kellerman), Mark Faith (Mr Schumacher), Shona Lindsay (Marjorie Houseman), Jack McKenzie (Max Kellerman), Emilia Williams (Lisa Houseman), Aimie Atkinson (Ensemble/Elizabeth), Gareth Bailley (Ensemble/Robbie Gould), Paul Channon (Ensemble/Moe Pressman), Helen Kurup (Ensemble/Cathy), Fela Lufadeju (Ensemble/Jordan), Kate-Emma Portlock (Ensemble/Vivian Pressman), Jacquie Biggs (Swing/Assistant Choreographer/Dance Captain), Nicky Griffiths (Swing), Tim Hodges (Ensemble), Sarah Kitson (Ensemble), Liam Marcellino (Swing), Jonathan Ollivier (Swing), Russell Swing (Swing/Dance Captain), Justin Thomas (Swing).
Author Eleanor Bergstein. Producer Karl Sydow. Producer Amber Jacobsen. Producer Col Joye. Director Sarah Tipple. Director Kate Champion. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Music Conrad Helfrich (music supervisor). Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Bobby Aitken. Design Jon Driscoll (video/projection). Costume Jennifer Irwin. Choreographer Craig Wilson (ballroom and latin). Music Michael Ashcroft (musical staging). Choreographer Glenn Wilkinson (UK associate choreographer). Musical Director Tom Deering.

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01145562621. Details of all Dirty Dancing archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S612547340

Archive Listings

29 May 12
to
23 Jun 12
Grand Theatre and Opera House
Leeds
West Yorkshire
1 May 12
to
26 May 12
Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire
3 Apr 12
to
28 Apr 12
Mayflower Theatre
Southampton
Hampshire
6 Mar 12
to
31 Mar 12
His Majesty's Theatre
Aberdeen
Aberdeen
17 Jan 12
to
25 Feb 12
Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre)
Dublin
Dublin
22 Nov 11
to
7 Jan 12
Palace Theatre
Manchester
Greater Manchester
19 Oct 11
to
12 Nov 11
King's Theatre
Glasgow
Glasgow
1 Sep 11
to
8 Oct 11
Bristol Hippodrome
Bristol
City of Bristol

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User Reviews

Angela Strachan (06Nov11): This show was amazing. Every actor on the stage had their character down to a T ! Non stop entertainment .
USER (18Sep11): I loved this show 100% amazing :-)
USER (13Sep11): Saw this show in the London, find the tour cast much better. The two leads are great. Fab choreography and vocals a must mention the talented soulful Helen Kurup well done!
USER (08Sep11): All I can say is wow ... what a fabulous evening
USER (07Sep11): Great show, fab evening
USER (07Sep11): Saw Dirty Dancing last night at Bristol Hippodrome. It's not the best musical ever, but it does deliver in spades, energy and feel good factor. You'll be glad you went.
USER (05Sep11): touring shows never seem to live up to London shows ... I don't rate this much
USER (05Sep11): eeek .. he dropped her! What a way to create a memorable moment!

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