We caught a drink at the Kellerman's, we carried a watermelon and got down and enjoyed some seriously Dirty Dancing!
That must mean the Patrick Swayze hit film is in the Capital - and it has been brought to life in this fast-paced and fiesty new production showing at New Wimbledon Theatre until Saturday, October 1.
And the production is certainly one not to miss as I don't think I've seen such scores of people moving the mambo in the isles and singing along in a production before.
This new production is a much-welcomed return to the Capital after leaving London's West End in February 2014, making the production a much tighter ship with snappy scene chances despite such impressively-towering set designs by Andrea Comotti.
The first act centres on 17-year-old Frances 'Baby' Houseman (played by Katie Hartland) who is about to learn some major lessons in dancing and life! As she catches eye of the Danny Zuko-esque Johnny Castle (played by Lewis Griffiths) she doesn't turn back.
Although the scenes seem ever-so rushed together, it does give this production its pace and is only matched by the brilliant up-tempo cast.
Lewis Griffiths was a clear audience favourite, a certain risqué scene will stay in the memories of many women in the theatre for a few years to come. But aside from being a physical spectacle, his portrayal of Johnny Castle is a one of poise, and polished perfection as a dancer.
His dancing partner Penny Johnson, played by Carlie Milner, is also a clear audience thriller with Milner's sensational dancing moves and believable performance as the troubled youngster with a few problems under her belt.
Elsewhere, Michael Kent as Billy Kostecki and Daniela Pobega as Elizabeth shine through with their brilliant voices and charismatic performances almost acting like a set of narrators as the show's vocal leads.
- Dirty Dancing is showing at New Wimbledon Theatre until Saturday, October 1.
- Ticket Prices start from £15.40 each online
- To book, click here.