Win tickets to see 'Rip It Up The 60s' at the Garrick Theatre in the West End

Date published: 01 Feb 19

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Rip It Up The 60s at the Garrick Theatree

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The ultimate Strictly boy band of dance bring the 60s smashing into the 21st century and Rip It Up in an explosion of song, dance, acrobatics and amazing visuals!

Aston Merrygold (JLS) and Jay McGuiness (The Wanted) sing, while Harry Judd (McFly) is on drums and Olympic champion Louis Smith performs amazing gymnastic feats. But what shines through the most in this spectacular show is the fab four’s phenomenal dancing talent.

The boys are joined by an incredible cast of dancers, singers and musicians, in one of the most energetic shows to ever hit the West End stage. 

Dance the night away with music from the legends who shook the generation including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, James Brown, Marwin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes and many more. 

For your chance to win two tickets, simply add a comment below telling us about your favourite band from the 60s. The competition will close on 28 February and the winner will be advised in early March.

Rip It Up The 60s is playing at the Garrick Theatre for a Limited Run from 7 February. To buy your tickets (from £25), call 0330 333 4811 or visit

Terms & conditions: one reader will win a pair of tickets to see Rip It Up The 60s at the Garrick Theatre, valid for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evening performances at 7.30pm and Wednesday matinee at 2pm from 20 February to 31 March 2019, subject to availability. No cash alternative. Travel and accommodation not included.

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  • Rods
    about 1 year ago
    Love all motown music it brings back such wonderful memories and my teenage year.
  • LondonJan
    about 1 year ago
    I was lucky enough to see The Beatles in 1963 - I remember all the girls screaming (the amplifiers were not great back then!) it is a great memory and I became a big fan - listening to their music has always been fantastic, and has lasted the test of time! Going back to the swinging 60's is good for the soul.
  • Lottie
    about 1 year ago
    So many greats to choose from but my elder sisters influenced me greatly with the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers and Freddie and the Dreamers. Bee Gees and Frankie Valley and the Four Seasons are favourites for me too.
  • McFly0x
    about 1 year ago
    The Temptations are one of the many bands from the sixties that I liked the songs of.
  • katie4563
    about 1 year ago
    My favourite music era, hollies, Beach boys, bee gees & buddy holly a few of my favourites
  • Anne-Vince
    about 1 year ago
    Stevie Wonder Diana Ross the Supremes anything motown I would listen on my old record player.
  • Judergn
    about 1 year ago
    Ah so difficult but I think my favorites were Amen Corner as I had a crush on Andy Fairweather-Low❤️
  • madmoo
    about 1 year ago
    Huge Motown fan seen the Supremes and Four Tops live.The Who were something elso on stage . the Beatles at the Hippodrome Brighton you could hardly hear above the screams saw so many will never forget seeing Jimmy Hendrix perform.
  • Judand
    about 1 year ago
    Small Faces - I can remember queueing to see them at Top Rank Doncaster, made myself some flowered bell bottoms especially for the occasion!
  • GafferG
    about 1 year ago
    From the best decade for music ever it has to be the Kinks - great memories of humming their tunes.
  • Joseyjo
    about 1 year ago
    The Who and The Rolling Stones for starters, so many awesome bands then!
  • Silver727
    about 1 year ago
    Oh, The Hollies were my favourite group.
  • DJM
    about 1 year ago
    'I've gotta get a message to you' and put it into 'words' whilst I'm 'staying alive' that you can never get 'too much heaven' and 'I can't see nobody better' than the BEE GEES !!!!
  • Torres
    about 1 year ago
    I would think Donovan with 7 top 10 hits in the U.K. in the 60's and such great titles as Sunshine Superman and Mellow Yellow (who'd have thought this would still mean so much 50 years later in a term for saving water!)
  • stoolballgirl
    about 1 year ago
    The Supremes such an iconic group with great songs
  • Jeannies
    about 1 year ago
    My favourite band was the Beatles unfortunately never got to see them in concert.
  • Pinknan
    about 1 year ago
    Moody blues and the beatles
  • Erinmurrin
    about 1 year ago
    Loved the Beatles , the kinks, the searchers, the monkeys in fact I loved most of the music from the sixties
  • Lynnda-Robson
    about 1 year ago
    Loved the Beatles, adored the Stones, and raved about the Kinks. But my personal favourite band was the Magnificent Moody Blues. Fabulous lyrics (Nights in White Satin, Go Now) and a very 'moody' sexy line up. Denny Laine's voice was incredible and the whole band backed him with solid driving beat which got everybody's feet tapping.

    The 60's was truly the best time to be alive and listen to music! And this show looks fabulous.
  • SueJH
    about 1 year ago
    My favourite band was The Kinks. Big fan of all 60's music though. Simply the best era.
  • Boddyboy
    about 1 year ago
    The one and only Hollies must be no one else is close
  • discerning-traveller
    about 1 year ago
    It has to be the Beatles. In 1963 I went to see the Everly Brothers . The band supporting them were The BEatles who none of us had heard of!! I was hooked. Two years later I saw them again but could not hear them for the screaming!
  • Bigredtoenail
    about 1 year ago
    Far to many, but I do like the songs from The Temptations
  • Bez
    about 1 year ago
    Has to be the Beatles and so sad when they disbanded and then sadly 2 of them passed away but so great that their music lives on.
  • boats12
    about 1 year ago
    Although I was a young teenager in the 60's the music has always had a huge influence on me and I loved Motown but to pick one group Monkeys v Herman's Hermits. Have to go with Monkeys I think as I loved their TV programme and HH were admired through my parents records.