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GREASE Press Night photos released

GREASE originally opened in Chicago way back in 1971. It caused an instant sensation and transferred to Broadway the following year, when it was nominated for seven Tony Awards, including one for Best Musical. The show features a string of awesome songs, including Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin', Hopelessly Devoted To You and You're The One That I Want. Take a look at the images below – they’re inspiring.

Olivia Moore & Dan Partridge during the curtain call at press night for GREASE, credit Piers AllardyceOlivia Moore & Dan Partridge during the curtain call at press night for GREASE, credit Piers Allardyce

Who’s involved in GREASE Press Night?

The press night of the new West End production of Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey's iconic musical GREASE, which took place at the Dominion Theatre on 17th May 2022, with an after-party at Swingers London. Guests included Adjoa Andoh, Becky Hill, Prue Leith, Ainsley Harriott and Rachel Stevens, with star Peter Andre and choreographer Arlene Phillips walking the red carpet.

  • GREASE is directed by Nikolai Foster and choreographed by Arlene Phillips
  • GREASE stars Dan Partridge as Danny, Olivia Moore as Sandy and Peter Andre as Vince Fontaine at certain performances
  • Special Guest Star Jason Donovan will play Teen Angel at some performances for 6 weeks from 29th June
  • Also in the cast are Jocasta Almgill as Rizzo, Paul French as Kenickie, Mary Moore as Jan, Jake Reynolds as Doody, Lizzy-Rose Esin-Kelly as Marty, Damon Gould as Sonny, Eloise Davies as Frenchie, Jessica Croll as Patty Simcox, Katie Lee as Cha Cha, Ronan Burns as Johnny Casino and Corinna Powlesland as Miss Lynch
  • Darren Bennett plays Officer Mailie and Vince Fontaine at some performances

Buy GREASE Tickets

Buy cheap GREASE tickets online via our site for exceptional service. Pick your favourite seats with our Dominion Theatre seating plan. Relax, then simply show the etickets we email over at the door on the day.

About the Dominion Theatre

The Dominion Theatre is on the site of a fatal beer flood. On 17th October 1814 a massive vat containing over a million pints of beer split, sending a beer tsunami down the street, flattening buildings and killing eight people. In 2012 a photo was taken at the venue showing a ghostly figure appearing between two theatregoers. It’s properly spooky! Past shows at the Dominion Theatre include Lord of the Dance, Elf the Musical, and the Frozen Sing Along.