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    The electrifyin’ musical is back in London, ready to woo audiences with hit songs “Greased Lightning”, “Summer Loving” and more.

    Grease Tickets Are the Ones That You Want!

    We’ve got chills, and they’re multiplying, because hit musical Grease is back, filling the Dominion Theatre with the rev of car engines and the melodies of teen romance.

    Experience the musical that inspired the iconic film where it belongs on stage, in an exhilarating new production with an equally exhilarating cast including Peter Andre, Jason Donovan and Louise Redknapp performing on selected dates!

    About Grease the Musical

    After enjoying a whirlwind romance over the summer break, leather-jacket-toting Danny and sweet girl-next-door Sandy get an unexpected reunion when she transfers to Rydell High for her senior year. Can their young love survive the trials and tribulations of teenage life?

    Grease is one of the world’s most popular and iconic musicals. Its irresistible score is packed full of hits, including “Summer Nights”, “Greased Lightnin’” and “You’re the One That I Want” - made famous by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John’s duet in the 1978 film.

    This exciting new production, directed by Nikolai Foster, took the West End by storm in 2022 and is set to do so again in 2023, with a super-talented young cast bringing fresh and dynamic energy that will wow audiences.

    The Grease London Cast

    A show this electrifyin’ needs a fantastic cast, and it delivers! Grease stars Peter Andre as Vince Fontaine at selected performances, and Louise Redknapp (9 to 5 The Musical) and Jason Donovan as Teen Angel.

    The three major roles of Sandy, Danny and Rizzo are played by talented musical theatre performers Olivia Moore, Dan Partridge and Jocasta Almgill.

    Catch Peter Andre in Grease the Musical London

    Singer and TV personality Peter Andre appears as smooth-talking radio announcer and prom host Vince Fontaine at selected performances. He previously appeared as Teen Angel in the show back in 2019, and the “Mysterious Girl” hitmaker’s talents are guaranteed to make this a one-of-a-kind night out.

    If you want to know what dates Peter Andre is in Grease, his current schedule as Vince Fontaine is 29 August – 2 September, 11 – 15 September, 18 – 21 September and 19 October. He then appears as Teen Angel and Vince Fontaine on 16 September, 22 September and 16 October – 18 October.

    Summer Lovin’ With Grease Theatre Tickets at the Dominion Theatre

    Pink Ladies and Burger Palace Boys, get ready to relive the heady days of high school! Find out why audiences remain hopelessly devoted to this classic show during its strictly limited season this summer.

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    Rated Excellent
    Performance dates:
    01 Oct 2023 - 28 Oct 2023
    Running time:
    2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval.
    Dominion Theatre (See map)
    Age recommendation:
    Best for age 7+. Under 5s not permitted.
    Audience Notes:
    The appearance of any performer cannot be guaranteed and is always subject to illness, injury and statutory holiday entitlement.

    Louise Redknapp will be performing the role of Teen Angel from 2 June - 29 July (excluding Mondays)

    Jason Donovan will be performing the role of Teen Angel from 14 - 18 August, 23 - 26 August, 29 August - 11 September, 13 – 15 September, 29 August - 15 September, 18 - 21 September, 25 September - 9 October, 11 October, 19 - 20 October, 23 - 28 October (24 October evening only)

    Peter Andre will be performing the role of Vince Fontaine (alongside Jason Donovan as Teen Angel) from 29 August – 2 September, 11 – 15 September, 18 – 21 September, 19 October

    Peter Andre will be performing the role of Teen Angel and Vince Fontaine from 16 September, 22 September, 16 October – 18 October

    Best Seats

    SeatPlan Recommends: This audience favourite musical has lots of dynamic effects and upbeat musical numbers, so sit in the middle of Circle rows A and B for a fantastic wide view of the action. You’ll enjoy the spectacle as the car engines rev, romance blooms and Vince Fontaine’s dance-off gets underway!

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    Latest Audience Reviews

    This is such a great fun show. It came before the film, and is not for kids (although some very y... More

    katiel16's avatar
    katiel16 Top 10 reviewer 17 Sep 2023

    If you have never seen Grease before I would say this was a very good show. However being a fan o... More

    Andrea971's avatar
    Andrea971 27 Aug 2023

    The dance numbers are fantastic - Grease Lightning is thrilling. Add Peter Andre and Jason Donova... More

    katiel16's avatar
    katiel16 Top 10 reviewer 17 Sep 2023

    the story was a little confusing to follow but only at certain points - obviously you can't fit e... More

    abit03's avatar
    abit03 11 Aug 2023

    Although technically the same version though it was better this year. More polished. Think I pr... More

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    peteh196 07 Sep 2023

    Arlene has done wonders with the choreography throughout and it felt fresh in that respect with A... More

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    carldarling 17 Jul 2023

    Show Times

    Monday - 7.30pm
    Tuesday - 7.30pm
    Wednesday - 7.30pm
    Thursday 2.30pm 7.30pm
    Friday - 7.30pm
    Saturday 2.30pm 7.30pm
    Sunday - -
    How Long is Grease?
    Grease running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval.
    Matinee Shows
    Grease matinee performances start at 2.30pm and finish at 5.00pm.
    Evening Shows
    Grease evening performances start at 7.30pm and finish at 10.00pm.

    Tickets FAQ

    Ticket prices range from about £30 to £180 depending on performance dates and availability.
    The highest price band is between £160-180, and these tickets are for the very centre of Stalls rows H-L and Circle rows B-D. From here, you are guaranteed a fantastic view of the show’s high-energy musical numbers.

    For the best experience, seats like Circle C27 promise a balance between excellent views of the entire stage and enough proximity to feel immersed in the story. One SeatPlan user described this seat simply as “exceptional”!
    There are several ways to get cheap tickets. If you can be flexible, try and book for an off-peak performance; dates in the height of summer, particularly August, are the same price in the week and at the weekend. This changes in September and October when midweek performances (Monday - Thursday) are up to 30% cheaper than weekends.

    The venue this show is playing at is very big, so you may prefer sitting in the front rows of the Circle instead of the back of the Stalls. To sit in some of the best areas on a budget, consider restricted view seats in rows A-B of the Circle, which can be up to 20% cheaper than unrestricted seats next to them.

    Some great options are Circle A25, which is in the centre of the row and “probably the best view in the house”, and B40, which has “a rail in front [but it] doesn’t really obscure anything”.

    SeatPlan sometimes has discounts for this show. Sign up for an Alert and we will let you know when the next offer is available.
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