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itsmy little girls 8th birthday march 2nd and i would like to take her to see dirty dancing where is the best place for me to get tickets?? Also i dont have a huge budget! thanks! Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
itsmy little girls 8th birthday march 2nd and i would like to take her to see dirty dancing where is the best place for me to get tickets??
Also i dont have a huge budget!
thanks!
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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[url]www.seetickets.com[/url]


totally reliable-no rip off booking fees and quick delivery-I use them when taking asda trips to london for west end shows-they are excellent.

you can choose to get the tickets posted or if you have a colour printer they will email them to you.
#2
Just thought I should make you aware that there is some content that may not be suitable for young children although obviously this is totally your choice:thumbsup:
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Jefflan22
Just thought I should make you aware that there is some content that may not be suitable for young children although obviously this is totally your choice:thumbsup:


My little girl watches the film constantly, and a friend has been and has said that it should be ok. can you explain some of what you think might not be suitable is it just kinda dancing/gyrating or is there more to it than that, thanks!
#4
Hi there, As I said, it's obviously a matter for each parent but I have worked for an online theatre break specialist for some time and we always advise clients with young children just to make them aware. There is nothing shocking in the show but peoples opinions of what they want their children to view differ vastly. We have to cover ourselves just in case. Wasn't trying to scare you and if you have friends who have personaly seen the show then you will be fine with their opinion.
Hope you both have a lovely time
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Jefflan22
Hi there, As I said, it's obviously a matter for each parent but I have worked for an online theatre break specialist for some time and we always advise clients with young children just to make them aware. There is nothing shocking in the show but peoples opinions of what they want their children to view differ vastly. We have to cover ourselves just in case. Wasn't trying to scare you and if you have friends who have personaly seen the show then you will be fine with their opinion.
Hope you both have a lovely time


thank you, no thts fine i just thought there might be some bits that are maybe more revealing on stage than in the film!
#6
i went with my daughter but she is 19, it was a great show, lots of wild woman there shouting out, the only bit i would say was when he got on top of her and started moving up & down lol, but it was so great, have fun
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