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Exciting news for boy band and Strictly fans: musical Rip It Up – The 60s is coming to the West End, featuring a supergroup starring cast. Witness McFly’s Harry Judd, JLS’s Aston Merrygold, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and The Wanted’s Jay McGuinness bring a riot of song, dance, acrobatics and stunning visuals to the Garrick Theatre in February 2019. Hot on the heels of a successful UK tour, the show celebrates the 60s in all its psychedelic splendour.

All of the boys share a passion for dance, evidenced by their time on Strictly Come Dancing. Aston was a contestant on the 2017 series, dubbed ‘The People’s Champion’ after his shock exit in week 6. Harry emerged as the winner in 2011 while Louis won the 2012 season as well as the 2014 Strictly Christmas special. Jay rose to victory as the champion of the 2015 series.

The 2018 UK wide tour was a roaring success for Rip It Up – The 60s, which starred Harry, Louis and Aston. Now Jay joins them for the four-month West End run, completing the ridiculously talented foursome.

Jay is a former member of boy band The Wanted who garnered worldwide success with hits such as Glad You Came and the catchy All Time Low. Harry is a drummer and was a member of global pop phenomenon McFly and, later, McBusted. Aston rose to fame as a member of X Factor runners-up JLS and has gone on to enjoy a solo pop career. Louis found fame in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics when he won a Bronze medal in the pommel horse. Since then he has become a familiar face on television and on the stage.

Rip It Up – The 60s is a dose of pure energy featuring a heart-lifting showcase of dance as well as the most iconic sounds of the era. Listen to music from British legends like The Rolling Stones and the Beatles, and from American stars like The Beach Boys and The Doors. A state-of-the-art screen beams out real, definitive footage from the 60s, and there are even celebrity contributions to make the experience even more spectacular. Catch this winsome show at the Garrick Theatre from 7 February 2019.

Performance dates: 02 Jun 2019 - 02 Jun 2019

Running time: 2 hours 20 mins (including interval)

Age recommendation: Recommended 8+. Children under 3 not admitted.

Special notice: Fans of bands JLS, The Wanted, McFly and McBusted will be glad to see these talented boys onstage together. Anybody with a love of the 60s, its music, culture and fashion, will have a blast too.

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Latest audience reviews

Starring Louis Smith, Harry Judd, Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuinness, Rip It Up! was a phenomenal show.... More

neveh 30 May 2019

Starring Louis Smith, Harry Judd, Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuinness, Rip It Up! was a phenomenal show. The boys were able to show off all their amazing dance skills learned from Strictly Come Dancing. The choreography was frantic and impressive, I couldn’t believe how much dancing they did in 2 hours! Yet they also had the opportunity to show off their own talents too. Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuinness sang beautifully, but so did Louis Smith, where the audience were shocked to hear he had such a great singing voice. We were also able to get a sneak-peak at Harry Judd playing the drums. However, the person that really stole the show was the main female vocalist, Jill Marie Cooper, who had such a powerful voice. The cast members came down to the audience floor at times and encouraged us to dance and sing. For a chance to take a dancing break, the show was broken up by videos in screen featuring Lulu, who talked about the movement of music throughout the 60’s.

neveh 30 May 2019

Amazing! It is non stop dance with great music. I was sitting in the stalls so the dancers came down... More

katesayer 17 May 2019

Amazing! It is non stop dance with great music. I was sitting in the stalls so the dancers came down and danced with the audience which made it fun. It is not on for much longer but I would thoroughly recommend it if you get a chance. I would love to go again!

katesayer 17 May 2019

Absolutely loved the show, seeing the Strictly boys dancing was amazing. There isn’t a story line, it’s... More

emilyflett 13 Mar 2019

Absolutely loved the show, seeing the Strictly boys dancing was amazing. There isn’t a story line, it’s set as the filming of a TV show and is more of a showcase for the dancers but that’s exactly as it should be.

emilyflett 13 Mar 2019

I really enjoyed the show. I expected good dancing but was equally impressed with the quality of the... More

chocoholics2005 31 May 2019

I really enjoyed the show. I expected good dancing but was equally impressed with the quality of the singing and could see that a lot of thought had gone into the planning/production aspects too.

chocoholics2005 31 May 2019

Started off a little bit robotic - but after a short while the energy level increased and it became a... More

mikeconlan999 27 May 2019

Started off a little bit robotic - but after a short while the energy level increased and it became a great show. The supporting dancers, singers and band are all good and at times outdo the four stars. Lots of fun and highly recommend this show.

mikeconlan999 27 May 2019

This show was fantastic! What a fun night at the theatre. The performers had us up dancing and singing... More

alexandraf1 27 Feb 2019

This show was fantastic! What a fun night at the theatre. The performers had us up dancing and singing along and I could not help but smile and have a fabulous time. It is a really fun and uplifting show full of awesome dancing and all the greatest hits from the 60s. Rip It Up-The 60s is a show for all ages and anyone who is looking for a fun, bright and bubbly night at the theatre. It is interesting to note that they allow photos and filming throughout the entire show so there are phones popping up every now and again. At first I found this to be a little distracting but I got used to it pretty quickly. I would recommend turning your phone brightness down when filming so you don’t distract the people around you. Other than that I would 100% recommend this show.

alexandraf1 27 Feb 2019
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