Strictly Come Dancing fans rejoiced at the news that four male celebrities who have competed for the Glitterball trophy would be teaming up to perform a celebration of swinging sixties music and dance in the West End. Allowing audiences to escape the real world for a few hours, Rip It Up is an energetic display that pays tribute to the era, with the leading lads demonstrating their collective dancing prowess. Yet its simplicity was often its downfall, with dance scenes interspersed with...
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Rip It Up, an exciting show celebrating the best of the 1960s, stars the ultimate Strictly boy band of dance bring in a spectacular show in the heart of the West End. Starring Louis Smith, Harry Judd, Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuinness at the Garrick Theatre for a limited engagement of 16 weeks.
The production celebrates the classic '60s era featuring iconic songs from the likes of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and American superstars such as The Beach Boys, The Byrds, The Doors, and The Mamas & The Papas, all bound to have you jiving in the stalls and swinging in your seats. Loaded with visual delights and energy, Rip It Up is a joyous celebration of a pivotal era in world pop music.
Rip It Up stars ex-Olympic gymnast and 2012 Strictly Come Dancing winner Louis Smith, McFly band member and winner of the 2011 series Harry Judd, Diversity member and Strictly Christmas Speical winner Aston Merrygold, and The Wanted singer and 2015 Strictly champion Jay McGuinness.
The musical production has been touring the UK, and is set to swing into the West End this spring.
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Cast and creative
Director: Gareth Walker
Cast list: Harry Judd, Louis Smith, Jay McGuiness, Aston Merrygold, Cavin Cornwall, Jill Marie Cooper, Scott Coldwell, Charlie Bruce, Gracie Cinque-White, Faye Huddleston, Tanya Foy, Veronica Fulton, Rose Wild, Courtenay Brady, Kate Thompson, Veronica Fulton, Adam Paul-Robertson, Anthony Brant, Andrew McCormack, Simon Lea, Diego Rodriquez.
Design: Steve Howell
Lighting: Leigh Mulpeter
Costume: Carol Howard and Francis Campbell
Choreography: Gareth Walker