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Bucks Fizz

Cheryl, Mike & Jay Formerly Of Bucks Fizz with special guest Bobby McVey

Thursday 4 June 2015

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £17.25 - £24.25 Concessions: £15.25 - £22.25

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Early in 1981, four complete strangers sat in the drawing room of a house in Fulham and were told: “you are now Bucks Fizz”.

In the eight weeks between that first meeting and appearing on “A Song for Europe” on 11th March 1981, Bucks Fizz were hurled into a melee of rehearsing, recording, routining, styling, interviews and photography. All that hard work and effort was to pay dividends – they went on to win the Song For Europe and Eurovision Song Contest 1981 and became household names around the world.

With over 20 singles released over the next few years including 3 number ones, My Camera Never Lies, Land Of Make Believe and of course, Making Your Mind Up, they sold in excess of 15 million records, spending 219 weeks in the UK charts alone! Making Your Mind Up went to No 1 in nine countries!

Although working for several years now, there was obviously one thing missing – a fourth person! The vocals were always there but the dance routines that Fizz was so famous for, were definitely lacking, so in comes Bobby McVey who was also a Eurovision entrant but in 1984 for the UK.

Let’s make this night a night to remember like the prestigious 30th anniversary sell-out gig at The London Palladium….And yes, they still rip the skirts off!

Running time: 2 hrs incouding an interval

Thu 4 Jun 7:45pm

Dancing in the Auditorium

We know that some of our audiences love to get up and have a dance when they come to see bands and tribute acts 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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