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Boogie Nights

ALAN DARLOW ENTERTAINMENT and JON CONWAY PRODUCTIONS present

Boogie Nights - The 70's Musical in Concert

16 March 2013

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £24.75 - £31.75

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Boogie Nights-The 70’s Musical in Concert, starring The Osmonds, Gareth Gates, Louisa Lytton, Andy Abraham, Chico and Shane Richie Junior.

This remixed concert version of the West End musical promises 70 songs from the ’70s and video images on a giant back drop to enhance an amazing array of live music and all star cast on the stage.

The Osmonds will return from the USA as special guest stars, performing not just their own hits such as Crazy Horses and Love me for a Reason, but also a range of classics they are not normally associated with.

Gareth Gates will play the heart throb role of Dean, delighting his many fans with a range of pop classics covering his own Spirit in the Sky to If you Leave me Now, Disco Inferno and a feature with The Osmonds, including a cover of Donny’s Puppy Love.

The concert will have a cast of 15 musicians, singers and dancers and promises a party atmosphere with some of the comedy sequences from the original show like Y.M.C.A. and Happy Days and the feel-good factor dancing in the aisles medleys We Are Family and Boogie Wonderland.

Approx. 2 hours plus interval

Sat 16 Mar 4:00pm
Sat 16 Mar 8:15pm Limited Availability

Dancing in the Auditorium

We know that some of our audiences love to get up and have a dance when they come to see musical tribute bands at the Belgrade, and that’s fine by us.

We do, however, have a number of patrons that want either to remain seated and enjoy watching the performers, or simply aren’t physically able to stand up for long periods of time.

To try to please everyone, we ask audiences to stay seated until at least half an hour after the interval, at which point people are free to stand up and dance unless this blocks other patrons’ views or disturbs their enjoyment. Under these circumstances audience members should re-take their seat or move into the aisle – although it should be noted that the latter may still disturb other patrons’ views.

Thank you for your co-operation.

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