There are few performers who have left such a lasting legacy of music as Michael Jackson. For four decades from the 60s his music has become part of everyone’s memories and Thriller seeks to show the story of the self styled King of Pop.
“The success of the 80sFest means we have outgrown our previous venue, and we are confident that Sale FC Rugby have the expertise and infrastructure we need to deliver the 80sFest now and into the future.”
At times it was hard to believe that it was a theatre and we hadn’t been transport to the sound stage of a Hollywood musical. Such was the technicolour brilliance of the stage design, costumes, lighting and acting.
Greed, loathing, desire and despair. Welcome to the world of real estate where you are only as good as your last sale and if your name isn’t on the board your currency has crashed.
Jersey Boys tells the story of the rise from New Jersey, the tough outlands of New York, of four likely lads with a dream; we also get a young Joe Pesci thrown in, no extra charge.
Of all the films to come out of the 1970s perhaps one of the most iconic that captures the essence and despair of the time is Saturday Night Fever with its tragic tale of hopelessness and thwarted dreams.
Back in the 1980s when pop was young there was one group that strode like a colossus across the charts and the tabloids; that group was Culture Club and now they are back in the UK on their Life Tour after an extensive American leg.