We had the time of our lives in Eltham with Dirty Dancing!

News | 03 July 2017

A woman teaching dance in front of a Greenwich Dance logo

On Wednesday 28 June 2017, The Tudor Barn in Eltham was packed with Dirty Dancing fans – all eager to see their favourite film under the stars!

A group of women dancing on a lawn

The free event was organised by Greenwich Dance to celebrate 30 years since the first release of Dirty Dancing, and was part of our annual Greenwich Dances festival. As well as the free outdoor cinema screening, the audience was also treated to a free dance workshop from Caitlin Barnett.

Using famous choreography from the film, Caitlin created a routine for the audience to take part in – including during the iconic moment when Johnny brings Baby out of a corner!

A group of women dancing

A Greenwich Dances 2017 event. Greenwich Dances is part of the Royal Greenwich Festivals, supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Thank you to The Tudor Barn, Eltham, and to The Lost Picture Show.

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