Tom Chambers step into Fred Astaire’s shoes while Summer Strallen into Ginger Rogers’ in stage adaptation of 1935 blockbuster film Top Hat. Featuring some of the timeless classics of Irving Berlin like Let’s Face The Music And Dance, Isn’t It A Lovely Day To Be Caught In The Rain and Top Hat White Tie And Tails, the musical will make it irresistible for audiences to follow the tapping dance happening on stage. The musical has got some spectacular and dazzling numbers choreographed by the Strictly Come dancing winner Top Chambers. He has brilliantly justified Astaire’s impeccable performance in the 1935 classic. Acclaimed American Tap Dancer Jerry Travers arrives in London to make his West End debut in the show that has been produced by Horace Hardwick. His dance practice in his hotel rooms disturbs Dale Tremont staying in the floor below. Disturbed and furious over the act she rushes upstairs to complain but the helpless Jerry falls in love with her in the very first sight. Spellbound by her stunning elegance, the dancer makes every possible attempt to impress her and win her heart. When all his attempts go in vain he begins chasing his lady love all over Europe. Apart from winning the BBC show, Tom Chamber made appearance in yet another Berlin productions called White Christmas, at the Sunderland Empire. Strallen’s notable stage credit includes her role in Love Never Dies, The Sound Of Music, The Drowsy Chaperone and The Boy Friend. The show has been directed by Mathew White, prior to directing Top Hat London , White has smashing hits like Sweet Charity and Little Shop Of Horrors to his directorial credit. The show has been running at the Aldwych Theater London since May 2012. If you have kept yourself devoid from the magic of this spectacular and dazzling dancing musical, get your Aldwych Theater tickets today to watch the show live at the theater. With Christmas bells running around the corner, surprise your loved ones with Top Hat tickets. Keep their seats reserved at the theater and gift them grand entertainment loaded with fun and laughter. This feel good musical is best enjoyed when viewed in the company of close ones, avail the group booking options and have a blast at the theater with your gang. The hilarious comedy has received sensational reviews by critics which have been followed by standing ovations from viewers of all genres. The musical celebrates the mystifying era of 30s with the sizzling and romantic plot, Irving’s everlasting love songs and splendid cast of the show that changes over 200 costumes in a two hour hours and thirty minutes time. Aldwych Theater is a Grade II listed theater by English Heritage and can accommodate 1200 people at a time including its all three levels. Whistle Down the Wind, Fame and Dirty Dancing are some of the shows that have enjoyed long runs here. Laurence Olivier’s directorial A Streetcar Named Desire opened here in 1949 and featured his wife Vivien Leigh who has previously won an Academy Award for her role in the film version of the theatrical.