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It's time to break out the bell-bottoms and practice your best Funky Chicken in platform shoes because beloved silver screen classic Saturday Night Fever lives to dance again! Originally a 1977 cult hit film starring a hip-shaking John Travolta in his prime, the nostalgic production fuses the glittering era's best choreography with a stirring coming of age story and a soundtrack chock-full of dance-floor filling hits from the Bee Gees, including Disco Inferno and the iconic falsetto-testing disco mega-hit Stayin' Alive.
What is the story?
The groovy tale follows 19-year-old Brooklyn native and dreamer Anthony 'Tony' Ramero who works a dead-end job during the day but escapes his oppressive reality by reigning as a dance floor king of 2001 Odyssey, his local discotheque. When a big dance competition is announced, Tony manages to partner with the equally gorgeous and talented Stephanie, on the condition they keep things professional. But as the heat of their dancing turns up to the next level, so do their feelings for each other...
Opening night: 1 February 2022
Adult themes and strong language.
Two hours and 30 minutes, including interval
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
Richard Winsor as Tony Manero
Olivia Fines as Stephanie
Jake Byrom, Oliver Thomson and James Hudson will be singing and playing the Bee Gees' soundtrack
Kevin O'Dwyer as Bobby C
James Brice as Gus
Paul French as Double J
Michael Cortez as Joey
Jasmin Colangelo as Annette
Tosca Fischer as Connie
Lydia Bradd and Linda
Philip Aiden as Frank Senior
Marios Nicolaides as Frank Junior
Melody Jones as Flo Manero
Faizal Jaye as DJ Monty
Celeste Zollino, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Luca Rapisarda, James Wilkinson-Jones, Helen Gulston and James Cohen.
Produced and directed by Bill Kenwright
Choreography by Bill Deamer
Design by Gary McCann
Lighting by Nick Richings
Sound by Dan Samson
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