Looking for enjoyable dance based
musical! Get ready to head towards the opulent Piccadilly Theatre! The popular
London Westend theatre is running the blockbuster show, Strictly Ballroom the
Musical. Under the superb direction of Olivier Award-winning choreographer Drew
McOnie and Baz Luhrmann, the show is a complete treat to watch out for.
The popular dance musical is
adapted from the 1992 romantic comedy film. Strictly Ballroom The Musical
features some of the talented casts such as Will Young, Jonny Labey and Zizi
Strallen. The feel-good new musical is a brilliant musical roller coaster ride
celebrating dance and romance. The show is an inspiring story of Scott
Hastings, who is a championship ballroom dancer. To pursue his dream and follow
his heart, he defies all the rules of the competition.
One of the key highlights of the
blockbuster London show is the brilliant musical numbers such as Love Is In The
Air, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps and Time After Time. The show also features some
of the internationally acclaimed artists. With the movie version of Strictly
Ballroom, Baz Luhrmann made debut. This was followed by the legendary Moulin
Rouge! and Romeo & Juliet.
The story revolves around a stage
play in the year 1984 by Baz Luhrmann and his fellow students. During this
time, he was studying in Sydney at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts. In
the year 2006, the show made its UK premiere at the West Yorkshire Playhouse.
The show features book by Baz Luhrmann and Craig Pearce.
The spectacular production is
directed as well as choreographed by the Olivier Award-winning choreographer
Drew McOnie. Some of his West End credits include the award-winning In The
Heights and Jesus Christ Superstar, as well as Jekyll & Hyde and On The
Strictly Ballroom features some
of the finest actors such as Michelle Bishop as Pam Short, Ivan De Freitas as
Merv, Gabriela Garcia as Vanessa Cronin, Charlotte Gooch as Tina Sparkle,
Richard Grieve as Les Kendall, Liam Marcellino as Wayne Burns, Stephen Matthews
as Doug Hastings, Fernando Mira as Rico, Eve Polycarpou as Abuela, Lauren
Stroud as Liz Holt, and Gary Watson as Ken Railings.