Grease is the word for Rare Productions at Alban Arena in St Albans

Rare Productions presents musical Grease at the Alban Arena in St Albans from Thursday, January 30 to Saturday, February 1

Rare Productions presents musical Grease at the Alban Arena in St Albans from Thursday, January 30 to Saturday, February 1


Grease will be the word when RARE Productions puts on the hit musical in St Albans.

The UK’s leading youth theatre group will be presenting Grease at the Alban Arena from Thursday, January 30 to Saturday, February 1.

The love story of Sandy Olsson and Danny Zuko at Rydell High School features well known songs such as Greased Lightnin’, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Summer Nights and You’re The One That I Want.

It has become one of the most popular shows for young people to perform, with the dance routine to Greased Lightnin’ being particularly memorable.

This show has been unavailable to amateur groups, other than schools, for a number of years, but has been released for a very limited period and RARE is delighted to be able to produce the iconic musical at the Alban Arena for three nights.

There are performances at 7.30pm on all three days, with an extra matinee on the Saturday at 2.30pm.

Tickets cost £14, with concessions £2 off.

For more information, and to book tickets, visit

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