Saturday 27 March 2021 | 7:30pm
New date confirmed - Saturday 27 March 2021 | 7:30pm - Rearranged from 21/03/20
Please note: Tickets purchased for the original staging date of this performance (Saturday 21 March 2020) – will be valid for the new date of Saturday 27 March 2021.
The timeless repertoire of the Bee Gees is brought to life in this stunning stage production that is taking the country by storm.
This charismatic ensemble boasts stars from TV and London's West End and is fronted by real-life family members Darren, Gary and Jack Simmons making for an unrivalled vocal harmony blend.
Backed up by a stunning band and live string section, you will be taken on an emotional journey from tender orchestrated 60's classics such as Massachusetts and Words, to the 70's Disco classics such as Night Fever, Stayin' Alive and Tragedy.
An unforgettable evening that will have you both reaching for your handkerchiefs and dancing in the aisles.
Full Price: £23.50
Age guidance: Considered suitable for all ages
Running time: 2 hours 30 mins (including a 20-minute interval)
Lap tickets (£3.00) are available from the Box Office for children aged under 2 years.
All companion/carer tickets must be booked through Box Office via phone or in person.
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Wheelchair designated spaces are available at the rear of the auditorium and are available by contacting the Box Office. Patrons who wouldn't be able to attend the theatre without accompaniment are eligible for one free companion ticket, these also can only be booked via Box Office. See Accessibility for more information.
Performances with an age guidance of all ages offer Babe in Arms tickets for children aged 0-18 months free of charge and Lap Tickets for children aged 18-36 months for £3.00. These can be booked through our Box Office.
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