Win tickets to Bee Gees tribute at The Playhouse

PUBLISHED: 09:00 12 August 2018

You Win Again - The Music Of The Bee Gees. Picture: Pawel Spolnicki

You Win Again - The Music Of The Bee Gees. Picture: Pawel Spolnicki

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Prepare to disco dance in the aisles as the music of The Bee Gees will echo around The Playhouse next month.

You Win Again – The Music Of The Bee Gees will be performed at the theatre, in High Street, at 7.30pm on September 5.

The show will be packed with classic songs from the group made up of brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb.

They first formed in 1958 when they moved to Queensland in Australia, where the band released their first songs, appeared on television shows and even performed at speedway races.

The trio returned to England in 1966 but it was not until the mid-1970s that the band discovered their iconic disco sound and released some of their most famous songs, including penning the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever.

A show spokesman said: “Prepare to experience the distinct sound of one of the greatest bands to have ever graced the stage in this unforgettable concert spectacular.

“Immerse yourself in the brothers’ music through the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s – including hits they wrote for artists such as Celine Dion, Diana Ross and Dolly Parton.

“This fabulously authentic production ensures the Gibb brothers’ incredible legacy of classic hit songs is well and truly stayin’ alive.”

Tickets, priced £25-26, are available online or by calling the box office on 01934 645544.

The Mercury and The Playhouse have teamed up once again to offer two lucky readers a pair of tickets to see You Win Again – The Music Of The Bee Gees.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on August 24.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final. By entering this competition you agree to be contacted by Archant.

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