Beloved coming of age musical, Dirty Dancing Theatre Breaks returned to London and the Phoenix Theatre to take us back to a golden time of music.
First dance. First love.
Adored by romantics for almost 30 years Dirty Dancing is a powerful story of love, freedom and acceptance.
America, 1963, Frances “Baby” Houseman is spending summer with her family at an all inclusive holiday camp. 17 years old she is the apple of her father’s eye but in this coming of age story Baby learns the ways of the world and her father must see her for the young woman she has become.
Falling in love with the camp’s working class dance instructor Johnny Castle, Baby must face the prejudice of class differences if their love is to last the summer.
Visitors experienced the excitement and romance of Dirty Dancing Theatre Breaks in London live on stage. Featuring the hit songs from one of the best selling movie soundtracks of all time including; She’s Like the Wind, Hungry Eyes, Hey Baby, Do You Love Me? and, of course, the 1988 Oscar winning song Time of My Life.
Dirty Dancing Information File
Theatre: Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0JP Genre: Musical Nearest Underground Stations : Tottenham Court Road on the Northern & Central lines or Leicester Square on the Northern & Piccadilly lines Opened :6th December 2016 Booking to :Closed Performance times : NA Audience suitability : Due to some adult themes the show is not suitable for younger children