Night fever for Bradford as Alhambra gets jive talkin’

STAYIN' ALIVE Saturday Night Fever is making its way to Bradford.
STAYIN' ALIVE Saturday Night Fever is making its way to Bradford.

Disco lovers of all ages are encouraged to dig out their flares and platforms for a night of disco excess.

A brand new production of one of the most loved dance stories of all time, Saturday Night Fever is set to bring disco fever to Bradford next week.

Featuring a twenty-strong cast of hugely talented actor-musicians, this new show is packed with legendary hits from the Bee Gees including the classics Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever and Jive Talking.

Among the cast is Danny Bayne who will be playing Tony Manero.

Danny made his West End debut as Danny Zuko in the musical Grease at London’s Piccadilly Theatre after winning ITV’s Grease is the Word.

Naomi Slights will play the role of Stephanie.

Her credits include Mamma Mia! in the West End, 20th Century Boy on UK Tour, Thank You For The Music at Hyde Park.

She returns to the role of Stephanie after starring in Saturday Night Fever at Frankfurt’s English Theatre.

This new staging of Saturday Night Fever is produced by Theatre Royal Bath Productions in association with the Robert Stigwood Organisation.

The show hits the Alhambra Theatre stage on Tuesday March 10 and will run until Saturday March 14.

Tickets are £38.50-£21. Prices are inclusive of booking fees.

Call the box office on 01274 432000 or visit bradford-theatres.co.uk to book.