From: Monday, 8th April 2013
To: Saturday, 13 April 2013
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Put on your flares or hotpants and try to remember where you were the night Elvis died. Its the 1970s musical. Boogie Nights tells the story of an aspiring rock singer, Roddy O'Neil, who is only interested in a good time. Things start going wrong when his girlfriend makes the surprise announcement that she is pregnant. The ensuing row leaves him homeless, jobless and with an heir apparent. And that's only the beginning of this heart-warming evening of comedy and nostalgia.
Lindsay Sykes - 8 April 2013
Boogie Nights is a concert of 70’s music played out against the back drop of the club of the same name. There is a love story in there, but most of it is narrated from the various points of view of the cast and what they lacked in acting they more than made up for with enthusiasm and lots of singing and dancing.
Shane Ritchie Jnr totally owns the stage when he is on it and his talent shines through. Whilst the others are talented the majority of the main male parts are played by people who have appeared on reality talent shows. Shane learnt his craft the hard way through holiday camps and clubs and he is very much an entertainer appearing in the role of Roddy, originally played by his dad Shane Ritchie. Chico, Gareth Gates and Andy Abrahams show why they were on the X-Factor and Pop Idol with outstanding vocals that really get the crowd up on their feet and dancing in the aisles. For the girls the outstanding vocals come from Roni Hart who plays Lorraine and Nicola ...
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