Dreamboats & Petticoats

Dreamboats & Petticoats

When: 18th July 2022 to 23rd July 2022
Location: King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Tickets: £15.00 to £52.50 Get Tickets

Dreamboats and Petticoats is inspired by the smash hit multi-million selling albums of the same name. Coming to Glasgow’s King’s Theatre from 18th – 23rd July 2022.

The dazzling success of the first seven albums in the Dreamboats and Petticoats series sent the message loud and clear. With over 3 and a half million copies sold and several weeks at the number one spot in the compilation charts. The hit albums transitioned to a west end musical which goes on tour this summer. It is coming to Glasgow between the 18th to 23rd July 2022.

In 1961 emotions run high as young musicians Norman and Bobby compete to win a national song writing competition. But, more importantly, the attention of the gorgeous Sue! But when Bobby discovers that shy Laura is no slouch on the piano, love and rock ‘n’ roll fame beckons.

Featuring classic tracks from Roy Orbison, The Shadows, Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury, and many more. Including Let’s Dance, To Know Him Is To Love Him and Shaking All Over. not forgetting, Bobby’s Girl, Little Town Flirt and Only Sixteen. Runaround Sue, Happy Birthday Sweet 16, Let It Be Me. As well as the Great Pretender, C’mon Everybody, Let’s Twist Again and many more hits from music’s golden era!

Dreamboats and Petticoats is written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. They are the team behind Goodnight Sweetheart and Birds of a Feather. not to mention The New Statesmen and Shine On Harvey Moon. Produced by Bill Kenwright and Laurie Mansfield in association with Universal Music.


Tickets are on sale now and will start at £15.00 for the cheapest seats and go up to £52.50 for the most expensive. The first performance will be on the 18th July 2022 and the last show will be on the 23rd July 2022. Get your tickets today!

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