Motown Musical Dancing in the Streets to Play West End

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Motown is heading to Theatreland with the musical Dancing in the Streets.

The show will move from a UK tour to take up residence at the Cambridge Theatre on July 7, with opening night scheduled for July 19. Dancing in the Streets re-creates the legendary Tamla Motown Revue tour in 1965, when great Motown artists including Diana Ross and the Supremes, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles first came to Britain. Motown hits performed in the show include “I Heard It Through the Grapevine,” “Baby Love,” "My Girl,” “Dancing in the Streets,” “I’ll Be There,” “What’s Going On?” “Stop in the Name of Love” and “Tracks of My Tears.”

Keith Strachan directs and is musical supervisor. Choreography is by Carole Todd, set design by Sean Cavanagh. The show is booking to Sept. 24. Paul Walden and Derek Nicol produce for Flying Music. It’s put together by the same team who created “The Rat Pack — Live From Las Vegas,” which is currently in its third year in the West End.

For more information, call (0)870 890 1102.

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