GREASE will tour the UK and Ireland in 2024. GREASE is directed by Nikolai Foster and choreographed by Arlene Phillips.


Star casting to be announced.


The 2024 tour will begin at Churchill Theatre, Bromley on 12 April 2024 running through to 16 November 2024 at Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield. The production is currently running at the Dominion theatre in the West End until Saturday 28 October.


GREASE has been seen by over 500,000 people in the West End, making it the Dominion Theatre’s most successful summer run since We Will Rock You. GREASE received 4 WhatsOnStage Award nominations for Best Musical Revival, Best Choreography for Arlene Phillips and Best Supporting Performer in a Musical for original cast members Jocasta Almgill and Paul French.


GREASE originally opened in Chicago in 1971, followed by a move to Broadway in 1972, where it received seven Tony Award nominations, including one for Best Musical. During the show's eight-year run at the time, little known actors including Peter Gallagher, Patrick Swayze and John Travolta all appeared in the production, with Richard Gere understudying many roles before going on to star as Danny Zuko in the 1973 London premiere. GREASE was first performed at the Dominion Theatre in 1993 before transferring to the Cambridge Theatre in 1996. It returned to the West End, opening at the Piccadilly Theatre in 2007.


The 1978 film adaptation starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John is the fourth highest-grossing live action musical of all time. The musical features beloved songs, including Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’, Hopelessly Devoted To You and You’re The One That I Want.


GREASE has designs by Colin Richmond, orchestrations and musical supervision by Sarah Travis, lighting design by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Tom Marshall and Richard Brooker, video and projection design by Douglas O’Connell and casting by David Grindrod CDG.


This production of GREASE is produced by Colin Ingram for InTheatre Productions, Playing Field, Gavin Kalin, and Curve.


Tour Dates:



12 – 20 April                                       Bromley Churchill Theatre                     



23 April – 4 May                                 Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre          



7 – 11 May                                         Hull New Theatre                                      



13 – 18 May                                       Royal & Derngate Northampton            



21 – 25 May                                       Ipswich Regent Theatre



27 May – 1 June                                Liverpool Empire Theatre



3 – 8 June                                          Norwich Theatre Royal                            



10 – 15 June                                      Newcastle Theatre Royal                         



17 – 22 June                                      Glasgow Kings Theatre



25 – 29 June                                      Edinburgh Playhouse                                                                                                            



2 – 6 July                                           Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre            



15 – 20 July                                       Birmingham Alexandra



23 – 27 July                                       Truro Hall for Cornwall                          



29 July – 3 August                             Bradford Alhambra Theatre                   



5 – 10 August                                     Milton Keynes Theatre



12 – 17 August                                   Eastbourne Congress                              



19 – 24 August                                   Blackpool Opera House                        



27 – 31 August                                   Royal Concert Hall Nottingham



2 – 7 September                                Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre                                            



16 – 21 September                            Bristol Hippodrome                                                                                                               



24 – 28 September                            Oxford New Theatre                                                                                                              



30 September – 5 October                Dartford Orchard Theatre                      



8 – 12 October                                   Manchester Palace Theatre                                                                                                              



21 – 26 October                                 High Wycombe Swan Theatre               



29 October – 2 November                 Southampton’s Mayflower Theatre        0



5 – 9 November                                 Southend Cliffs Pavilion                                                                                                        



11 – 16 November                             Sheffield Lyceum