Empire, on Lime Street, is 1 of the most famous theatres in the City and
one of the most prestigious venues in the North West of England.
Therefore it is fitting that it will play host to one of the most
famous modern dance shows:-"Saturday
touring show will only be at the Empire for 5 nights, running from 2
December to 6 December 2014 and it is a must see for all Disco fans.
It is a new production, based on the hit
that starred John Travolta, and is set to bring the 1970's to the
nation. If you like the music "You Should Be Dancing"
in your seat at this iconic musical, should you attend... With hits
like the 1976 song, by The Trammps, "Disco Inferno"
and "Stayin' Alive", by the Bee Gees, this show's cast
will be boogying away, hard and fast to the grove, with fantastic
dance routines that have been choreographed by award winning Andrew
Wright. If you do not know what the story is, well it has strong
plot full of "Emotion", set in 1970's Brooklyn,
"in the USA." It tells the story of Tony Manero, a teenager
who is stuck in a dead end job, with only one ambition, that is to
become the King of the disco floor. As the story unfolds, Tony meets
Stephanie, who dreams of moving to "the big City" and
they pair up for what will be a life changing dance competition.
Will they win? Well you will just have to go to find out... After
seeing this disco theatre delight, you will go away wanting to put
on your "Boogie Shoes" again. Following on from the
first two successful stops of the tour starting at home in the
Theatre Royal Bath, then in Manchester Opera House, we caught up
with some of the cast on 28 November 2014. After a quick photo
shoot, we had the pleasure of interviewing the cast for you, to find
out more about the show. To hear and see the interview, please see