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Grease the Musical Tickets

Grease the Musical Tickets

2 Jun 2023 - 28 Oct 2023
Remember those summer nights at Rydell High in this sweet teen musical.

Grease the Musical Information

Grease is the West End musical you need, oh yes indeed! Grease tickets are available on London Theatre now.

The Grease musical follows the Burger Palace Boys and the Pink Ladies as they navigate the trials and tribulations of their senior year at Rydell High. Transfer student Sandy Dumbrowski speaks of her whirlwind summer romance with heartthrob Danny Zuko. Little does Sandy know that Danny’s also at Rydell High. Sparks fly as they reunite, but can they find true love by the lockers?

Join the Pink Ladies at their fun-filled sleepovers, see the kids of Rydell High dance it out at the high school hop, and be a part of this love letter to high school.

Although this production boasts all the hits like “Beauty School Dropout,” “Summer Nights,” and “Greased Lightnin’”, this Grease production offers a grittier, tougher storyline, thanks to Nikolai Foster and Arlene Phillips directing and choreographing respectively. Peter Andre starred in Grease in 2022; this year it’s the turn of Louise Redknapp as Teen Angel.

Who wrote the Grease musical?

Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey wrote Grease, basing the teen musical on their high school experiences. Jacobs' alma mater, William Howard Taft School in Chicago, inspires the musical setting.

Tickets to Grease are available now. Book your Grease tickets on London Theatre today.

Please note
We use flashing lights effects similar to that of a strobe. Sound levels can be high throughout the show. Haze/smoke machines may also be in use. Under 5s cannot be admitted. Smoking depicted on stage and use of occasional strong language.

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

Jason Donovan will be performing the role of Teen Angel from:
14 - 18 August
23 - 26 August
29 August - 15 September
18 - 21 September
25 September - 9 October
11 October
19 - 20 October
23 - 28 October (24 October evening performance 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 on/from:
16 September
22 September
16 October – 18 October

Run time

2 hours 30 minutes including an interval

Opening date

June 2nd, 2023

Closing date

October 28th, 2023




Recommended for ages 7+. Children under the age of 5 cannot be admitted to the auditorium. All patrons, regardless of age, must have a valid ticket.

Cast and creative

By: Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey
Director: Nikolai Foster
Choreography: Arlene Phillips
Cast list: Louise Redknapp, Peter Andre, Jason Donovan, Dan Partridge, Olivia Moore, Jocasta Almgill, Olivia Foster-Browne, Ellie Kingdon, Katie Brace, Soloman Davy, Callum Henderson, Jake Reynolds, George Michaelides, Jayd’n Tyrone, Chloe Saunders, Katie Dunsden, Liam McHugh, Darren Bennett, Rachel Stanley, Michael Anderson, Alicia Belgrade, Kirsty Ingram, Jordan Isaac, D’Mia Lindsay-Walker, Carly Miles, Luke Redmore, Samuel Routley, Darcey Simmons, Sario Solomon, Joshua Steel, and Allana Taylor
Design: Colin Richmond
Lighting: Ben Cracknell
Sound: Tom Marshall and Richard Brooker

Our review

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