Rip It Up UK Tour – The 1970’s – Book Now

The Rip It Up UK Tour team are back! This time Lee, Louis, Rachel and Melody sing and dance to all-time classics from the 1970’s.

Rip It Up Uk Tour

With 2017’s ‘Rip it Up The 50s’ and 2018’s ‘Rip It Up The 60s’ having sold over 100,000 tickets across the UK, Lee, Louis, Rachel and Melody will now sing and dance to all-time classics from the era that brought the sounds of disco, glam rock, punk, funk, new wave and reggae. Get ready for bold fashion statements including hot pants, flares, crop tops, jumpsuits, platform shoes and tartan suits!

Lee Ryan the singer-songwriter from Blue will be adding his stunning vocal talents to the latest incarnation of the smash hit show, which brings the soundtrack of arguably popular music’s greatest decade to life in a feast of song and dance to audiences.

Lee first made his name as a member of the multi-platinum-selling British boy band Blue, before enjoying Top 10 success as a solo artist. His credits also include representing the United Kingdom with Blue at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, and joining the cast of EastEnders in 2017. Lee is also no stranger to the dance floor, having partnered professional dancer Nadiya Bychkova during the 2018 series of Strictly Come Dancing.

Having starred in the UK tours for both Rip it Up The 50s and Rip It Up The 60s, Louis Smith MBE is one of Britain’s sporting superstars, having shot to fame at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 by winning a bronze medal in the pommel horse, and silver medals at both the London 2012 and Rio De Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games.

After the London 2012 Olympics, Louis took part in and won that year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing, lifting the coveted Glitterball trophy with his professional dance partner Flavia Cacace.

Former S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens joins the Rip It Up team having also enjoyed success on Strictly Come Dancing. Rachel and her professional dance partner Vincent Simone narrowly missed out lifting the Glitterball Trophy during the 8th series of Strictly, finishing as runners-up in the final.

Also making her Rip It Up debut alongside Rachel is Melody Thornton, key member of multiplatinum-selling pop juggernaut Pussycat Dolls, who sold an astonishing 70 million records worldwide.

As the youngest member of the group, Melody was affectionately given the nickname ‘Baby Doll.’ But proving no one puts Baby in a corner, Melody hit the UK in January 2017 to take part in E4’s smash hit Celebs Go Dating, before appearing on other hit shows including Celebrity Juice and The Celebrity Island With Bear Grylls. Melody then landed the lead role in the stage version of The Bodyguard to rave reviews, before joining the cast of the ITV1 flagship show Dancing on Ice in 2019, reaching the final three.



The dates for Rip It Up The 70s are as follows (*indicates additional matinee performances):

Fri 13                          Norwich Theatre Royal
Sat 14                         Hayes Beck Theatre*
Sun 15                        Dartford Orchard Theatre
Tue 17                        Bradford King’s Hall
Wed 18                      Leicester De Montfort Hall
Thu 19                       Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Theatre
Fri 20                        Peterborough New Theatre
Sat 21                         Ipswich Regent Theatre
Sun 22                        Swindon Wyvern Theatre*
Tue 24                         Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Thu 26                        Bournemouth Pavilion
Fri 27                          Chatham Central Theatre
Sat 28                         Eastbourne Congress Theatre
Sun 29                        Brighton  Theatre Royal*


Tue 1                          Woking                      Victoria Theatre
Wed 2                        Cambridge                Corn Exchange
Thu 3                          High Wycombe        The Swan Theatre
Fri 4                            Basingstoke              Anvil Theatre
Sat 5                           St Albans                   Alban Arena*
Sun 6                          Northampton           Derngate Theatre
Tue 8                          Scunthorpe               Baths Hall
Wed 9                        Liverpool                   Philharmonic Hall
Thu 10                        Carlisle                       Sands Centre
Fri 11                          Aberdeen                  Music Hall
Sat 12                         Perth                          Concert Hall
Sun 13                        Glasgow                     Kings Theatre
Mon 14                      Edinburgh                 Kings Theatre
Wed 16                      Billingham                 Forum Theatre*
Thu 17                        Manchester              Opera House
Fri 18                          Nottingham              Royal Concert Hall
Sat 19                         Birmingham              Symphony Hall
Sun 20                        Southend                   Cliffs Pavilion*
Tue 22                        Cardiff                        St David’s
Wed 23                      Bath                            Forum Theatre
Thu 24                        Guildford                   GLive
Fri 25                          Worthing                   Pavilion Theatre*
Sat 26                         Yeovil                         Octagon Theatre*
Sun 27                        Bromley                     Churchill Theatre*
Tue 29                        York                            Barbican
Wed 30                      Halifax                        Victoria Theatre


Sat 2                           Southport                  Waterfront Southport
Sun 3                          Newcastle                 Theatre Royal*
Wed 6                        London                      Palladium



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