Dreamboats and Petticoats Theatre Tickets London

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Charing Cross & Waterloo

The smash hit album is now a major new musical!

The incontrovertible success of the multi-mullion selling hit albums Dreamboats and Petticoats inspired this new musical, which features various hit songs from the era of rock 'n' roll. Maurice Gran and Laurence Marks wrote this magnificent new heart-warming production, and were also responsible for Shine On Harvey Moon, Goodnight Sweetheart, The New Statesmen and Birds of a Feather.

Dreamboats and Petticoats at Playhouse Theatre London will take you back to the days when classical tracks came out every week. Bobby and Norman, gifted young musicians back in 1961, vie for supremacy in a national song writing competition, and lovely Sue's affections. When Bobby finds that bashful Laura is a good piano player, fame and love are on the cards.

Dreamboats and Petticoats at Playhouse Theatre London takes you back to music's golden era with hits like C'mon Everybody, Let's Twist Again, Three Steps To Heaven and Runaround Sue.


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The Playhouse Theatre opened in March 1882 under the name of the Avenue Theatre. The former Playouse was built in French renaissance style with an elevation of Portland stone, ornamental carving and statues over the main entrance and internal decoration of ivory and gold. Due to its intimacy, the Playhouse auditorium has always been one of the actors favourite from all London Theatres.

In 1905, during its reconstruction led by new manager Cyril Maude, part of Charing Cross Station collapsed onto the building. As a result, improvements were delayed and although most of the exterior was retained, the interior was completely reconstructed and redecorated in rich brown and gold.

For 25 years it became the home of BBC radio and transformed as a recording studio. In 1987, under new proprietor Robin Gonshaw, the Playhouse reopened as a theatre and restored to its former 1907 decor. Various managements followed and previous productions include: The Juda Kiss, Naked, Much Ado About Everything, Thunderbirds F.A.B and Dancing In The Streets & now La Cage aux Folles.


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