Based on the cult 1987 film, 17-year-old Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman discovers a lot more than dance moves when she meets sexy dance instructor Johnny Castle, originally played by Patrick Swayze, at a 1960s summer camp in New York’s Catskill Mountains.
Dancers and aerialists will perform in and around an enormous vessel in the centre of Birmingham’s Victoria Square, accompanied by a choir, live music and original film projections from the award-winning Logela Multimedia.
Ramon Tikaram and Josefina Gabrielle star as the king of Siam and British governess Anna who cares for his many children in the legendary musical which features famous hits which as ‘Shall We Dance’, ‘I Whistle A Happy Tune’, and ‘Getting To Know You’.
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