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    Saturday Night Fever Tickets

    The classic film is reimagined for the stage in this electric jukebox musical featuring tunes from Bee Gees and other disco hits.

    The disco king hits London

    Experience a disco inferno live on stage with jukebox musical Saturday Night Fever at the Peacock Theatre. 

    Channelling the moves and grooves of John Travolta on the London stage, the musical follows Italian-American Tony Manero, who dreams of escaping the harsh realities of life in working-class Brooklyn. When he meets Stephanie on one of his nights out at the disco, they team up for a reckless but exciting journey to dance success. 

    Featuring songs from the Bee Gees’ soundtrack including “Stayin’ Alive”, “Tragedy” and “More Than a Woman” alongside disco hits from the ‘70s, this spectacular homage to the film is a fast-footed, nostalgic crowd-pleaser. It stops in London as part of a brand-new nationwide tour in 2022. 

    With more drama, more tunes and toe-tapping new choreography all packed into this electric show, you’ll find yourself strapping on your own “Boogie Shoes” with Saturday Night Fever tickets!

    Sorry this show closed 25 March 2022, we recommend these similar productions.

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    Performance dates:
    24 Mar 2022 - 25 Mar 2022
    Running time:
    2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval.
    Age recommendation:
    Best for age 13+
    Audience Notes:
    This production contains strong language and themes of suicide and sexual violence.

    Latest Audience Reviews

    Wonderful show you want to dance and sing along from the start great classic dance songs great pe... More

    I throughly enjoyed this show. The music is so catchy and goes so well with the story and plot. T... More

    Paul French was the lead and he absolutely killed it. It was just like watching the movie! He lit... More

    Fun night out. Lively and familiar disco soundtrack. Loads of dancing, as expected in a show un... More

    Set was good, recognised the lead from casualty. Didn’t seem a lot of atmosphere but that was pro... More

    The narrative is not all happiness, low incomes, lack of jobs, under achievement, gritty gang vio... More

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