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SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER TOUR

saturday nigh fever tour

 

The cast has been revealed for the upcoming tour of Saturday Night Fever, kicking off next week  in Milton Keynes. Based on the Paramount/RSO Film and the story by Nick Cohn, the show will be led by Jack Wilcox as Tony Manero, with Rebekah Bryant as his dance partner Stephanie.

The production features the onstage presence of the Bee Gees, played by Drew Ferry, Oliver Thomson and AJ Jenks.

Completing the cast are Harry Goodson-Bevan (Bobby C), James Brice (Gus), Liam Morris (Double J), Dominic Gore (Joey), Billie Hardy (Annette), Tosca Fischer (Connie), Emily Bolland (Linda), Phillip Aiden (Frank Senior), Marios Nicolaides (Frank Junior), Melody Jones (Flo Manero), Faizal Jaye (DJ Monty) with ensemble  members Yiota Theo, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Anthony Starr, Joshua Clayton (, Helen Gulston and James Cohen. Bill Kenwright's production of the stage version of the much-loved 1977 movie has choreography by Bill Deamer, design by Gary McCann, lighting by Nick Richings, and sound by Dan Samson. Further creatives are to be revealed.

Bill Kenwright's production of the stage version of the much-loved 1977 movie has choreography by Bill Deamer, design by Gary McCann, lighting by Nick Richings, and sound by Dan Samson. Further creatives are to be revealed.

It is over 40 years since the classic 1977 film starring John Travolta was released in cinemas, and 20 years since the show's original London production.The date is 1976 in New York and Tony Manero (a young man from a tough Brooklyn neighbourhood with a dead-end job and an extraordinary ability to dance) has only one ambition in life - to become the disco king.

Every Saturday night Tony Manero puts on his flares and hits the dance floor, wowing everyone with his phenomenal moves and routines. When he meets Stephanie, who also dreams of a world beyond Brooklyn, they decide to train together for a dance competition and their lives begin to change forever as he  recklessly dances his way to success and features classic Bee Gees numbers  including Stayin’ Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, Night Fever, Tragedy and More Than a Woman as well as 70’s favorites Boogie Shoes, Disco Inferno and many more.

The musical originally opened in the UK at the London Palladium in 1998 with Adam Garcia in the lead where it was nominated for three Tony Awards, before running on Broadway in 2000.

 

Palace Theatre Manchester
27 Sep - Sat 1 Oct
Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
4-8 October
New Theatre Oxford
11 Oct - Sat 15 Oct
Regent Theatre, Stoke
25 Oct - Sat 29 Oct
Edinburgh Playhouse
1 Nov - Sat 5 Nov
Bradford Alhambra
8-12 November
Princess Theatre, Torquay
15 Nov - Sat 19 Nov
The Alexandra, Birmingham
22 Nov - Sat 26 Nov