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Its Electrifying!

It's electrifying! One of the most exciting London musicals currently on show is the Piccadilly Theatre's adaptation of the hit movie Grease, starring Ray Quinn (the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice) as Danny and Emma Stephens, who has starred in hit London musicals Starlight Express and Saturday Night Fever, as his sweetheart Sandy.

Grease follows the relationship of two high school teens who find their path to true love beset by peer pressure at 1950s Rydell High. Summer love flounders once a new school year begins and T-Bird Danny tries hard to play it cool. Nice girl Sandy has had enough and seeks advice from tough girl Rizzo and the Pink Ladies.

Grease is a highly entertaining London musical that features all the popular classic songs: Summer Nights, Look at me, I'm Sandra Dee, There are Worse Things I Could Do, Beauty School Dropout, and of course Greased Lightnin'.

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The Piccadilly Theatre

The Piccadilly Theatre opened in 1928 and was built by Edward Stone and Bertie Crewe for Edward Laurillard. It was one of the largest London theatres of the time and has an elaborate Art Deco interior. It has hosted numerous celebrated actors such as Henry Fonda, Judi Dench, Lynn Redgrave and Ian McKellen.

Famous plays such as Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf? and A Streetcar Named Desire had their London theatre debuts here. The Royal Shakespeare Company has staged several productions and the popular musical Spend Spend Spend has had a successful run on the Piccadilly Theatre's stage.

Following a very popular run of Guys and Dolls by Frank Loesser, the current production on stage is the hit musical Grease by David Ian, with booking available to 4 September 2010. The famous role of 'Danny' stars Ray Quinn, the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice in 2009.

The Piccadilly Theatre has a seating capacity of 1, 232 and is located at 16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY, behind Piccadilly Circus. The nearest Underground station is Piccadilly Circus and the nearest rail station is Charing Cross.

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