Have the Time of Your Life at Dirty Dancing

Win tickets to see Dirty Dancing at The Futurist Theatre
Win tickets to see Dirty Dancing at The Futurist Theatre
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An Evening of Dirty Dancing is coming to the Futurist next month - and you can get your hands on one of three pairs of tickets in our great competition.

Starring a born and bred Yorkshireman and a genuine West End star, Matt Firth and Jenna Lee-James head up the cast of this song and dance spectacular that will also feature the students of the local Stagecoach theatre school.

The show’s producer Paul Spicer said: “We’re delighted to have the students join our cast on 11 August at the Futurist.

“They’re a wonderfully talented group and they’ll have an invaluable experience working with our group of West End theatre professionals.”

An Evening of Dirty Dancing features all the hits from the iconic movie Dirty Dancing with a dynamic cast of West End performer.

Jenna Lee-James is one of the few actresses to have played both female lead roles of Scaramouche and Meatloaf in the worldwide smash hit Queen musical We Will Rock You.

She also starred alongside Lee Mead and Gareth Gates as the Narrator in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph at the Adelphi Theatre.

Matt Firth is originally from Leeds and has enjoyed a prolific West End career, appearing in the Rod Stewart rock musical Tonight’s the Night, Fame the Musical and spending a season with the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company.

An Evening of Dirty Dancing is a feelgood concert and has something for everyone, girls and guys alike.

You’ll find yourself on your feet, swept away on a wave of nostalgia as you sing along to all the hits including; Do You Love Me, She’s Like the Wind, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Hey Baby, Wipeout, Be My Baby, Hungry Eyes and the timeless, Oscar-winning (I’ve had) The Time of My Life.

For more information visit www.aneveningofdirtydancing.com

The show starts at 7.30pm. Ticket cost £18.50 / £16 (OAP) / £10 (child).

To book tickets, call the box office on (01723) 374500 / (01723) 365789 or visit www.futuristtheatre.co.uk

* For details of how to win tickets, buy the Whitby Gazette on Friday 20 July.