The iconic Saturday Night Fever is set to come to Manchester’s Opera House this November (25th-29th) in a new production which will star Danny Bayne (winner of ITV’s Grease is the Word).

The new production of the smash hit 1977 film Saturday Night Fever which starred John Travolta tells the story of Tony Manero, a young man in a dead-end job in Brooklyn who has an extraordinary talent for dancing and aims to become the disco king.  He teams up with Stephanie, who also dreams of a world beyond Brooklyn, in a collaboration which will change their lives forever.

The multi-Grammy Award winning soundtrack to the musical is filled with hits from the Bee Gees including Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever, Jive Talking, You Should Be Dancing and How Deep Is Your Love.

Taking to the stage will be a strong cast of actor-musicians, who will play instruments, dance and sing.

The production is being choreographed by Andrew Wright who won the Best Choreographer award at the 2013 WhatsOnStage Awards and also received a nomination at the 2012 Olivier Awards and Broadway World Awards (2011) for his work on Singin’ In The Rain.

Saturday Night Fever will be performed at Manchester’s Opera House from Tuesday 25th to Saturday 29th November with tickets priced £10 – £45 plus booking fee.

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