Travolta’s Grease singalong rave at Grange City Hotel for Pink Ladies

PUBLISHED: 10:53 07 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:03 08 March 2013

'Pink Ladies' get into mood for Sing-a-long-a-Grease

'Pink Ladies' get into mood for Sing-a-long-a-Grease

© Julie Edwards Photography 2011

Girls who fancy being a ‘Pink Lady’ or fellas wanting to join Danny’s greasy 1950s high school gang get their chance in May—in a hotel by the Tower of London.

'Pink Ladies' at a Sing-a-long-a-Grease hen party'Pink Ladies' at a Sing-a-long-a-Grease hen party

Singalonga Productions are touring with film evenings of Grease, Rocky Horror, Hairspray and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream.

The Grease singalong returns to London at The Grange City Hotel at Tower Hill on May 25.

It is aimed at girls’ nights out or hen parties where a buffet meal is followed by screening of the John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John blockbuster of 1950s Rydell High School jinx.

Then it’s a rip-roaring singalong of hits from the 1978 movie such as ‘Summer Nights’, ‘Look At Me—I’m Sandra Dee’, ‘You’re The One That I Want’, ‘Beauty School Dropout’ and of course Travolta’s ‘Greased Lightnin’.

“It’s not about talent spotting or performing correctly,” explained singalong producer Louise Donaldson. “It’s about having a laugh. Everyone sings for fun and to celebrate the movie.”

Gals can go dressed as Pink Ladies or the fellas can spread the hair grease and turn up in greaser Danny’s T-Birds gang.

Saturday Dates: May 25, June 15, July 20, Grange City Hotel, 8-10 Coopers Row, Tower Hill. Underground: Tower Hill, DLR: Tower Gateway, Rail: Fenchurch St. Website:

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