A fantastic show brimming with four decades of Bee Gees classics
Barry Gibb's forthcoming appearance at Glastonbury appearance raised few eyebrows recently and Eastbourne theatre goers have the chance to get a taste of his magic this month.
If you ever strutted to Night Fever, sang into your hair brush to How Deep Is Your Love or jived to Jive Talkin’ this is the show for you.
Following its West End debut You Win Again – The Story of The Bee Gees will be coming to the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne (18 April) on its first ever nationwide tour.
Forty years ago the brothers Gibb became the Kings of Disco with the release of the iconic Saturday Night Fever album which went on to break records being certified 15 times Platinum for sales in excess of 7.5million and cemented the band as stratospheric stars.
Immerse yourself into the brother’s hits from the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties, including the many smash hits they wrote for artists such as Diana Ross, Celine Dion and Dionne Warwick.
This spectacular production tells the incredible story of the Gibb bothers in an all new musical experience through the eyes of their manager.
Follow the band and their lives, through the early charting triumphs and fall from grace onto their meteoric climb back to the top, to becoming the multi-million selling super group we know today.
This breathtaking concert spectacular takes you on a musical journey through all your favourite songs, including: Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive, More Than A Woman, You Should Be Dancing, How Deep is Your Love?, Jive Talkin’, Tragedy, Massachusetts, Words, I’ve Got to Get a Message to You, Too Much Heaven, Islands in the Stream, Grease, If I Can’t Have You and many more.
The legacy of the Bee Gee’s will last for all time, following the untimely deaths of Robin and Maurice this heartfelt tribute to the men and their music is the only way to hear the songs the way they deserve to be heard – live.
You Win Again - The Story of the Bee Gees at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne Tuesday 18 April 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £24 with concessions available, call the box office on 01323 412000 or online eastbournetheatres.co.uk