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GREASE is back at Bournemouth’s Pavilion for a six night run from Monday.
Following its electrifyin’ four year London run, the hit West End show began a new tour last spring which is continuing like Greased Lightnin’ across the UK in 2012.
Dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as “bad boy”
Danny and “the girl next door” Sandy fall in love all over again.
Danny Bayne stars as ‘Danny’ with Carina Gillespie as his sweetheart ‘Sandy’, as the couple follow in the footsteps of John Travolta and Olivia Newton John who famously played the roles in the hit 1978 movie.
Danny Bayne won ITV’s Grease is the Word (2007) and went on to make his West End debut as ‘Danny’ in Grease playing the role for over 2 years at the Piccadilly Theatre to sell-out audiences.
Carina Gillespie made her professional stage debut as ‘Maria Elena’ in the hugely successful musical Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story.
Grease runs until Saturday August 18.
HAMPTWORTH Estate will ring to the sounds of opera arias this weekend.
Fully staged outdoor summer performances of Madam Butterfly (tonight) and The Barber of Seville (tomorrow night) will be performed by touring company Opera Brava in their 25th anniversary year.
A cast of national and international singers will do the honours.
Audiences are encouraged to take chairs and picnics and relax in the beautiful gardens of the venue, on the edge of the New Forest near Salisbury, prior to the performances starting at 7.30pm.
CHICHESTER’s Festival 2012 continues with two productions by Alan Ayckbourn, one of Britain’s most popular and acclaimed playwrights.
Surprises is a brand new play, presented alongside his award-winning classic comedy Absurd Person Singular.
Surprises is the gently funny and poignant depiction of several intertwined love stories set in the near future that explore the central theme of longevity. Absurd Person Singular follows three couples in three kitchens over three Christmases. This darkly comic story of culinary disasters, emotional breakdowns and social climbing established the tragi-comic genre that has become synonymous with Ayckbourn’s finest writing.
Surprises is at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester until September 8, while Absurd Person Singular opens tonght and runs until September 8.
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