Win tickets to see Grease Live in Bristol

Win tickets to see Grease Live in Bristol

Posted on: 07 Aug 2017

The much-loved musical is to be performed in two showings at The Redgrave Theatre on Saturday 19th August, where ‘Grease’ is still very much the word - and we are giving away a pair of tickets!


Calling all T-Birds, Pink Ladies and beauty school dropouts: take a trip back to the Rydell High of the 1950s, when OOOH ARRR Productions bring their performance of Grease to The Redgrave Theatre on Saturday 19th August.


When, through a fortuitous twist of fate, a beach-side summer romance extends into the new school term, Danny and Sandy must fight to protect it against the tests, movements and machinations that a final year at Rydell High represents – all the while spontaneously bursting into song.



This classic story and timeless score was immortalised when John Travolta, Olivia Netwon-John and co. took it to the silver screen in 1978, with its continual performance on stages all over the world suggesting that the phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down.


OOOH ARRR Productions are the latest company to bring the musical to Bristol, where they will emulate the 1950s stomping ground with a pair of performances at The Redgrave Theatre on Saturday 19th August. Established in Bristol last year, the company aims to make theatre ‘fun, affordable and relevant’ with their stage shows in the South West.


We have a pair of tickets to the matinee on the 19th August to give away to one lucky winner! To be in with a chance, click on our Contact Us section, fill in the details and in the 'Your Message' section write "Grease Competition" and be sure to have liked the post on Facebook. The winner will be announced this Friday 11th August. Good luck!


Not a lucky winner? You can still buy tickets! They are £10 or £7 for concessions and are available here.

Article by:

Sam Mason-Jones

An ardent Geordie minus the accent, Sam seemingly strove to get as far away from the Toon as possible, as soon as university beckoned. Three undergraduate years at UoB were more than ample time for Bristol (as it inevitably does) to get under his skin, and so here he remains: reporting, as Assistant Editor, on the cultural happenings which so infatuated him with the city. Catch him at