Asides from the obvious overtures to dancing, Stepping Out could be said to describe the momentary release from day-to-day worries that the women find. If life isn’t about moments like these, what’s it all for?
‘There’s something about it that strikes a chord’: STEPPING OUT – Brockley Jack Theatre
Light and frothy it may be, but there’s something about Stepping Out that strikes a chord and may even bring a tear to the eye. But all that aside, it’s also great entertainment.
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Delving into themes ranging from euthanasia to this generation’s inability to detach themselves from a mobile phone, Dog Ends focuses on the life of an average British family as they deal with Grandad’s demise.
STEPPING OUT – West End
Maria Friedman’s loving redirection of this gentle classic comedy poses no questions of understanding. We merely spend a couple of hours (plus wholly comprehensible interval) in the company of seven women and a lone man, amateurishly learning tap at evening class.
STEPPING OUT – Touring & West End
Stepping Out is very much an ensemble piece, no individuals character can be classed as the lead. It is clear that this all-star ensemble – including Amanda Holden and Tamzin Outhwaite – are very comfortable working together.
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NEWS: Amanda Holden stars in Stepping Out revival, on tour pre-West End
Theatre Royal Bath Productions and The James Grant Group are delighted to announce the pre-West End dates of STEPPING OUT by Richard Harris, starring Amanda Holden, Angela Griffin and Nicola Stephenson. Directed by Maria Friedman, the production opens at the Theatre Royal Bath, 12 to 22 October 2016 followed by Richmond Theatre and Cambridge Arts Theatre (additional date to be announced).