The 80's Classic Dirty Dancing on Stage

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If you say Dirty Dancing to anyone, they will instantly think of the 80’s hit film, a romantic comedy with the infamous “nobody puts baby in a corner” saying, that every man or woman that has ever seen the film will know, Dirty Dancing is a classic that lives on.
With inspiration taken from the film starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, produced by a small studio with a low budget that went on to become a phenomenon, the London musical is taking the world by storm.
Dirty Dancing the Musical has been running since 2006 and will continue to run for a further year, until at least October 2011. The show is an amazing blend of well known music, high profile actors and actresses and new found talent. A show not to be missed, Dirty Dancing tickets are already selling like hot cakes. Luckily we have been able to secure a number of seats at performances of Dirty Dancing at exceptional prices.
With a plot based around forbidden love and differing classes, Dirty Dancing has universal appeal and true meaning to many who watch it. Featuring hit songs such as "Hungry Eyes", "Hey Baby", "Do You Love Me?" and the heart stopping "I've Had The Time Of My Life”, alongside inspiring dancing, you can’t go wrong by choosing Dirty Dancing the Musical.

Based in the Aldwych Theatre in London, Dirty Dancing Tickets are available on their own or as part of a London theatre break or meal deal. Currently Dirty Dancing meal deals represent excellent value, usually retailing at £65 for a two course meal at the Thai Square Strand, they are available from our London Theatre Store online shop for just £53 per person.
You can take a look at the full range of Dirty Dancing tickets available including available dates online. London theatre breaks and London theatre meal deals are also available to purchase online or you can contact a London theatre ticket specialist for more information.

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