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* Princess Pavilion: Saturday Night Fever
Posted Oct 18, 2005 - 03:50 PM
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Events It’s set to be a very hot night on Saturday 29th October when Bee Gees Fever play the Princess Pavilion, Falmouth...



The band have been wowing audiences across the UK and Europe since 1999 with their stunning live tribute to the music of the Brothers Gibb. From the soulful ballads Too Much Heaven and How Deep Is Your Love through to the high energy disco classics such as Stayin' Alive and Night Fever; the band faithfully recreate the songs that have helped make the Bee Gees musical legends over the last four decades.

The hits list is almost endless and with classics: Massachusetts; Run To Me, Words, Nights On Broadway; More Than A Woman; Jive Talkin’; Tragedy and You Should Be Dancin’ etc., there is literally something for everyone from every era of the Bee Gees glittering career. The five boys also create a striking visual image as they pay tribute to the Saturday Night Fever era of the late 70's. All the songs are performed totally live and the show has a raw energy which will get even the most reserved feet up on the dancefloor; laid out in cabaret style with informal seating to give lots of room for dancing.

The show starts at 8.30pm and tickets are 10 in advance from the box office on 01326 211222 or 12 on the door.
 
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