Disco king gripped by fever...

PUBLISHED: 18:05 05 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:32 24 May 2010

SATURDAY Night Fever will hit the stage of the Bristol Hippodrome from July 31-August 5. Packed with top disco tunes from the 70s, Saturday Night Fever is the tale of an ambitious Brooklyn boy, Tony Manero, who is desperate to make it big. Played so memor

SATURDAY Night Fever will hit the stage of the Bristol Hippodrome from July 31-August 5.Packed with top disco tunes from the 70s, Saturday Night Fever is the tale of an ambitious Brooklyn boy, Tony Manero, who is desperate to make it big.Played so memorably by John Travolta in the 1977 smash hit film, Manero works in a paint store by day but when night falls he is transformed into the king of disco. Pulling on his white suit and black shirt, Manero proves he can walk the walk, talk the talk and make all the right moves on the dance floor.With his dance partner Stephanie he enters a competition in the hope of finding a way out of his depressing daily grind.The music includes many Bee Gees tracks such as Night Fever, Jive Talkin', Stayin' Alive and More Than A Woman.FOR a night of pure 70s disco buy your tickets now at prices ranging from £9-29.50, call the box office on 0870 607 7500 for more details and show times.

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