Saturday Night Fever brings disco to Bristol Hippodrome

PUBLISHED: 20:00 12 September 2018

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Grab your Boogie Shoes as a spectacular disco show will rocket onto a Bristol theatre stage.

Richard Winsor, highly acclaimed for his dance, stage and screen work, is set to star in a new stage production of Saturday Night Fever.

Winsor, who has toured with the Matthew Bourne Company, will play Tony Manero as he steps into the shoes of John Travolta.

The story follows Manero and his reckless yet thrilling road to dance success.

The movie soundtrack remains one of the bestselling of all time, and the musical features the same popular records from the Bee Gees’ greatest hits including Stayin’ Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, Boogie Shoes and Disco Inferno.

Based on the original movie, the new version promises drama, more music and hot choreography.

Saturday Night Fever will be at the Bristol Hippodrome, in St Augustines Parade, at 7.30pm from October 2-6.

There will be additional 2.30pm performances on October 3, 4 and 6.

Tickets, priced £17-57, are available from https://www.atgtickets.com/venues/bristol-hippodrome or from 08448 713012.

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