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Sandy is a goody two-shoes from Australia who falls in love with cool cat Danny Zuko over the summer holiday. Their love affair ends when Sandy heads back to Australia with her parents - but a stroke of fate means that Sandy's parents move to America and she ends up at Rydell High, the same school as Danny. However, things aren't all that simple, as Danny has a reputation to keep up and can't be seen going out with prim and proper Sandy. Sandy seeks solace in her new found friends, the feisty Pink Ladies and starts dating a jock, but she just can't forget about Danny. Danny is similarly love struck and even tries becoming a jock himself, to please Sandy. After a series of twists and turns, it's Sandy that transforms herself, leaving behind her good girl persona as her and Danny are finally united.

Grease is set to premiere in August, and will mark the culmination of ITV's tie-in talent show 'You're the one that I want', in which West End star Sinitta, David Gest and highly regarded theatre producer David Ian will search for unknown performers to take on the lead roles of Danny Zuko and Sandy Dumbrowski. The combination of a high-profile TV talent show and one of the most successful musicals of all time is sure to make the show a runaway hit.
The co-creators of Grease, Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, wanted to challenge the existing concept of musicals, and in doing so they created a new kind of classic. The first production took place in a former tram shed, but one year later Grease had risen to the Eden Theatre, just off Broadway. Seven Tony nominations later, the show moved to Broadway proper, where it enjoyed an amazing run. Grease then went on to tour the world, going from strength to strength. In 1979 Grease took over the record of the longest-running show in the history of Broadway, and the film version starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton John became the highest grossing musical ever.

Directed and Staged: David Gilmore
Choreographer: Arlene Phillips
Producers: Paul Nicholas and David Ian by arrangement with Robert Stigwood
Music and Lyrics: Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey

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Piccadilly Theatre


16 Denman Street, W1D 7DY

Nearest Tube Station

Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Charing Cross

Show Times

Monday - Thursday 7.30pm, Friday matinee 5.00pm and evening 8.30pm, Saturday matinee 3.00pm and evening 7.30pm.


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