80S MANIA AT CHRISTMAS

@ Darlington Hippodrome

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28 November 2018

7:30 pm

Currently taking the UK by storm, it’s Europe’s official Eighties Reunion concert show with its festive spectacular!

Featuring the music of 25 chart-topping pop stars including: Duran Duran, Human League, Culture Club, Wham!, Madness, Madonna, Spandau Ballet, Cyndi Lauper, Adam Ant, Bananarama, Erasure, Nena, Soft Cell, Toni Basil, Dead or Alive, Kim Wilde plus many, many more live on stage…

An incredible 150 costume changes, custom-produced dual-screen video projection, more than 35 smash hits, the superb New Romantic Band and the amazing 80s Mania Dancers…

Broader in its range of music than your widest shoulder pads, stiletto-heels-like head and shoulders above the rest, a show bigger than the biggest hair the Eighties had to offer…catch the 80’s Mania Christmas Party – it’s sweeping the nation!

‘It’s like Live Aid meets Top of the Pops…’

Mike Read, Radio 1 breakfast DJ during the 80s

Featuring hits of the eighties including Don’t You Want Me Baby, Call Me, Relax, Tainted Love, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Karma Chameleon, Holiday, Kids in America, Stand and Deliver, Venus, Respect, I Think We’re Alone Now, Baggy Trousers, Rio, Electric Dreams, Mad World, Hey Mickey, Turning Japanese.

Venue
Darlington Hippodrome
Parkgate
Darlington
County Durham
DL1 1RR

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