Hit stage show 80’s Mania stands head and shoulder pads above the rest

80s Mania is heading to Arbroath80s Mania is heading to Arbroath
80s Mania is heading to Arbroath
Endorsed by former Radio 1 breakfast DJ Mike Read as being “like Live Aid meets Top of the Pops” – 80s Mania is sweeping into The Webster Memorial Theatre this April.

From West End producer, director, performer and choreographer Vikki Holland-Bowyer, and partner Greg Stevenson, the hit-packed production features back-combed hair, shimmying shoulder pads, wet-look neon leggings, the lairiest of leotards, indiscriminate double denim and 24-7 sunglasses – and that’s just a description of the audience of Europe’s official long-standing premier 1980’s multi-tribute concert show.

28 chart-topping artistes from the 80s are authentically recreated to look and sound as they did back in the day with a full live band, dancers, impressive lasers and light design combined with huge video projection complete the production together with over 150 costumes.Kim Wilde, Duran Duran, Adam Ant, Boy George, Wham, Erasure, Soft Cell, the Human League, Dead or Alive, Nena, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Gary Numan, and Tony Hadley are just some of the stars featured in the show.

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Producer Vikki said: “Audiences take the time to dress as their favourite pop stars, reliving the childhood memories that the 80's helped make so unforgettable. Hen parties, stag nights, school reunions, office parties, couples and groups all come along to have a good night out, reminisce, sing, dance and clap along to their favourite Eighties tunes.”

80s Mania will be at the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath on Friday, April 1.

Tickets are on sale now from www.angusalive.scot or by calling the box office on 01241 435 800.