A feel good night out and winner of 1984 Evening Standard Best Comedy Award, playing in rep with Whodunnit and The Dinner Party. Read More >
This feel good night out enjoyed a hugely successful West End run and won the 1984 Evening Standard Best Comedy Award.
It is a warm and very laugh out loud comedy about the lives of a group of women (and one man) attending a weekly tap-dance class in a dingy North London church hall. Will any of them be worthy of any chorus line?
Brought to Greenwich by Paul Taylor-Mills, director of Rent and The Three Little Pigs, and playing in rep with Whodunnit by Anthony Shaffer and The Dinner Party by Neil Simon.