Dust off the tap shoes and join Mavis and an unlikely group of adult tappers as acclaimed British playwright Richard Harris take us on an evening of laughter, love and passion at a North London adult tap class.
Mavis, a former professional dancer teaches the bumbling tappers but before the dancing she must mediate the dramas that erupt among this motley but loveable crew. When adversity, diversity, opportunity and ordinary come together, what is the result? A couple of time steps later and love and friendship are what really trumps this mix.
Three-time Off West End Award-nominated David Ball Productions brings you this heart-warming show that will have you tapping your way out of the theatre.
Press for this production
the play is a fine slice of night-class life. Inhabited by interesting and well-presented characters in a fast flowing narrative, Stepping Out is great entertainment and toe-tapping fun. ★★★★ London Theatre1
Ball’s production is fun and endearing and the likeable cast leaves nobody in the background. This production allows you to relax and just have fun – just like Mavis wants. That’s what it’s all about. ★★★★ Last Minute Theatre Tickets
Richard Harris’s Stepping Out will have you leaving the theatre with a smile on your face, the cheerful music of the finale ringing in your ears. British Theatre Guide
Stepping Out is a joyful, uplifting and laugh-out-loud funny treat ★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
this performance packs a hearty punch that will have you beaming endlessly and step-ball- changing in your seat. A Younger Theatre
I hopped, skipped and two-stepped out of the theatre wanting to sign up for a dance class and continue the fun I had just had watching a dance class having a lot of fun…This is feel good theatre to the max. Southwark News
the play is a charming, feel-good story about friendship and perseverance against seemingly impossible odds that ultimately proves impossible to resist…. it’s also great entertainment – and as Mavis herself would say, as long as we’re enjoying ourselves, that’s the most important thing. Theatre Things