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When:

Fri 16 Nov 2012, 7:30pm

Where: Woolston Club, 43 Hargood Street, Woolston, Christchurch

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: woolston

Presented by Madsen Promotions, endorsed by the real Bee Gees!

Golden medallions, steaming disco boots, flares, discotheque mania: the Bee Gees are the icons of this magic era, firmly cemented into our minds as the men of "Night Fever". This is all brought back to realistic life when New Zealand’s answer to the Bee Gees steps onto the stage and delivers a full production show packed with nostalgic hits such as “Stayin' Alive", "Night Fever", and "Tragedy”.

Over the past nine years this extremely sought-after show has performed in South America, Australia, and has traveled extensively around New Zealand. The group comprises three artists with a look and sound that’s closer than close to the real thing. They have worked their way through theatres and clubs in New Zealand and have made exclusive appearances overseas. This show has also become very popular on the corporate market making it one of the most successful and busiest tribute shows that New Zealand has to offer.

The show itself is divided into three brackets, the first being a reflection of the past 30 years of Bee Gee music featuring the melodic hits such as "Massachusetts", "Our Love", "Too Much Heaven" etc. The second is the Bee Gees disco era: "Staying Alive", "Night Fever". Dressed in tight white flares with smoke rising, fans screaming and lights racing, the illusion of the Bee Gees is created. The third is a variety bracket featuring the old classic favourites from Neil Diamond, Elvis Presley, and Roy Orbison. This selection is an abbreviated show in itself, with the sound and likeness being applauded by all. It also bridges the gap between young and old alike.

These talented entertainers take pride in recreating the Bee Gee magic, their harmonies and vocal extremities seem unbelievable, and have to be heard to be believed. Their costumes and interaction with the crowd is admired with choruses and dance moves being deployed by all. The foresight in relating with a crowd is an absolute credit to them, as the feedback both during and after the show takes a lot to beat

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