Dreamboats and Petticoats was first brought to the West End in 2009 and has made its home by the River Thames at the Playhouse Theatre, London. It has seen a surge in popularity with its classic late 50s and early 60s songs drawing in audiences from afar, and some well-known names have played characters in the show since it opened, such as The X Factor’s Scott Bruton and Emmerdale’s Ben Freeman, both of who have actually left the show now. It can often be exciting to try and meet the cast after a performance, and if you do wish to get an autograph, a photo or just chat with a cast member for a bit, then you will have to go to the stage door. So where is the Playhouse Theatre’s stage door?
The stage door is extremely easy to locate. When you exit the theatre, take a right, and just carry walking up alongside the theatre for about 30 seconds. You will eventually notice the stage door on the right hand side of you. If you are still unsure of exactly how to get to the Playhouse Theatre London’s stage door, then please view our video of walking directions to the door, below:
[field name=video] Once you are at the door, you are almost there to meeting some of the cast members of Dreamboats and Petticoats! Sometimes the cast members will take up to half an hour to exit, but most of them usually exit quite promptly. They will only be too happy to sign your ticket or any programmes you have bought, and will usually pose for photographs, as well. It is always thrilling to see the actors straight after you have seen them live on stage, and can often make your theatre trip all the more special.
The current cast of Dreamboats and Petticoats include Alexis Gerred as Bobby, Megan Jones as Laura, Emma Stephens as Sue and Bradley Clarkson as Norman. Simply follow our directions to the stage door and meeting them should be very easy!