The gloriously gaudy world of 80s pop is resurrected on stage at the Belgrade on Thursday March 28 in a show that’s been taking music fans by storm.
80s Mania is a larger-than-life music show featuring over 25 smash hits belted out by uncanny impersonators and a new romantic band.
Guests will see Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Culture Club, Wham, Nena, Toni Basil, Dead or Alive, Madness, Madonna, Spandau Ballet, Cyndi Lauper plus loads more pop legends authentically recreated with a dazzling light and laser show.
The audience will travel back in time to see fresh-sounding performances of classics like Just Can’t Get Enough, Tainted Love and Video Killed the Radio Star – all performed by a talented cast that includes backing dancers.
The show is developing a cult following and is Europe’s only 1980s multi-tribute concert show.
So far shows in Birmingham and Liverpool have received rave reviews with audience members dancing in the aisles from the off.
Kevin Gardner, of the Northampton Chronicle and Echo reviewed the show and said: “Wow what an evening! It was a fantastic 1980s music extravaganza worth waiting for.”
“It was entertaining from start to finish with men in tight leather Wham!-style outfits and ladies in bright tights, frilly frocks and shoulder pads singing the likes of You Spin Me Round by Dead or Alive, Rio by Duran Duran, Kids in America by Kim Wilde.
“There was loads of dancing, arm waving, and very loud singing – we loved it.”
Theatregoers are encouraged to don their best new romantic make-up, leggings, neon and big hair so they can get into the party spirit.
For more information see 80smaniashow.com and for tickets see Belgrade.co.uk or call the box office on 024 7655 3055.