Disco show is hot ticket

By Tim Clarke 09/08 Updated: 17/08 10:03

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THE TEMPERATURE will be rising at Malvern Theatres later this month when it plays host to an all star cast in the Seventies themed musical Disco Inferno.

Sam Attwater (Eastenders), Dani Harmer (The Story of Tracey Beaker) and international recording artist, Javine Hylton, will bring to life a devilish mix of hit songs, high-energy dance routines and glitter-ball action.

The setting is London in the summer of 1976 and it’s as hot outside as the fashion, hits and passion are on the dance floor.

Disco Inferno tells the story of an ambitious and talented hopeful, Jack, and his ‘burning’ desire to make it in the music business at any cost.

Working late in a London nightclub, Jack meets Lucretia - a femme fatale and beautiful manifestation of the devil. Jack strikes up a pact, trading his soul to fulfil his wildest fantasies.

Disco Inferno is a spellbinding story packed with over 30 classic Seventies floor fillers including The Best Disco In Town, Hot Stuff, Signed Sealed Delivered, Boogie Shoes, You To Me Are Everything, Bad Girls, Relight My Fire, Blame It On The Boogie and Don’t Stop Me Now.

The musical will be at Malvern Theatres from Tuesday, August 21 to Saturday, Aug 25 with tickets from £15.50. Under 26s £8.

To book call the box office on 01684 892 277 or visit malvern-theatres.co.uk.

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