Concertgoers were escorted by police from a performance of Grease the Musical in London on Saturday night, to cheers of approval from the rest of the audience.
Footage posted online shows eight Dominion Theater police and staff lined up on the balcony stairs as members of the public chant “out, out, out!” “.
A policeman could be seen stooping to speak to a man and woman in the audience, while another waved at another couple, apparently asking them to leave.
A Metropolitan Police statement said: “Shortly before 8.40pm on Saturday August 26, police received reports of two men and two women causing a disturbance at a theater in Tottenham Court Road, W1.
“Officers came to the scene and the group was escorted off the scene. No arrests. No injuries were reported. »
The incident allegedly took place during the interval and continued in such a way that it delayed the second half of the show.
Police were called about 70 minutes into the evening performance, featuring Jason Donovan of Neighbors fame.
In the video, loud boos are heard as those involved are apparently escorted off the premises by police officers, while staff follow them.
We then see a policeman turn around and salute the public royally, arousing new applause.
Two cars and a police van had been photographed parked outside the theater as the incident unfolded.
Cast members were then seen exiting the venue, with Allana Taylor, part of the ensemble covering Sandy and Marty, being picked up in a Range Rover by her boyfriend Gareth Gates. Gates appears in the SpongeBob SquarePants musical in September.
Donovan, who played Scott Robinson on Neighbours, before starting a music career in 1988, is said to have been left by a side exit.
Grease the Musical returned to the West End in June for a limited run, with the final performance scheduled for October 28.
Peter Andre also stars, although he was not scheduled to perform on Saturday’s show, like Vince Fontaine and Teen Angel.
Grease was originally a 1971 musical reminiscent of the 1950s, before becoming a hit 1978 film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.
Based on the Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey musical Grease, which starred actors such as Richard Gere and Barry Bostwick, the film traded the darker Chicago setting of the original for the scorching West Coast heat. .
The Dominion Theater has been contacted for comment.