A glamorous show guaranteed to bring back memories of those disco dancing nights is heading for the Blackburn Empire.
‘A Salute to the 1970s’ is a stage show featuring some of the most popular names from the decade which is renowned for questionable hairstyles, lots of brown and musical geniuses.
The show, presented by Lee James Associates Ltd, takes place at Thwaites Empire Theatre on Friday, 11th November at 7.30pm.
Audience members will be able to relive some of their favourite musical moments with a range of tribute performers re-enacting several of the industry’s biggest icons including Donny Osmond, Elton John, Debbie Harry, Rod Stewart and Kate Bush.
There will also be performances featuring the music of The Carpenters, David Bowie, ABBA and Slade.
Chairman of the Blackburn Empire, Michael Berry, said: “This show is ideal for anyone looking to enjoy a night out with friends or for those who wish to relive their disco dancing days in style. It’s going to be a party style show and there will definitely be a buzzing atmosphere on the night.”
Tickets for the show cost £12 – £14 and are available here or call the booking office on 01254 685500.