Show off your flare for boo­gieing

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - SHOWS -

FANCY dust­ing off those flared pants and plat­form shoes and trav­el­ling back to the ’70s? RSL South­port is throw­ing a New Year’s Eve disco party so all the danc­ing queens and kings can boo­gie the night away to on-stage ABBA and Bee Gees acts. Flared pants, out­ra­geous cos­tumes and fan­tas­tic mu­sic cre­ated by two of the most fa­mous bands of the era will be re­born at the RSL for the din­ner and show event Disco Nights: Abba vs Bee Gees. The show stars trib­ute groups Abba Re­b­jorn and The Ul­ti­mate Bee Gees, who have trav­elled the world with their ac­claimed shows. Pa­trons can ex­pect to hear hits such as Stayin Alive, Danc­ing Queen, I Started a Joke, Fer­nando and more. Abba Re­b­jorn have played sold out con­certs in Canada, China, South Africa, New Zealand and Dubai and will head to Ja­pan for a two-week of Disco Nights in May. Abba and The Bee Gees ruled the charts as two of the big­gest ‘‘su­per­groups’’ in the world dur­ing the 1970s. Former Bris­bane boys The Bee Gees have sold more than 120 mil­lion al­bums world­wide while Swedish su­per­group Abba ce­mented their place as one of the most pop­u­lar acts in the world with hits in­clud­ing Mamma Mia, Danc­ing Queen and Win­ner Takes It All. ABBA have sold more than 370 mil­lion records world­wide – mak­ing them the fourth best­selling mu­sic artists in the his­tory of recorded mu­sic.

Disco Nights: Abba vs Bee Gees plays RSL South­port on Satur­day. Doors open 7pm. Din­ner and show tick­ets are $55 mem­bers and $65 guests. Doors open at 7pm. Visit www.south­ for de­tails.

(From left) Craig Jor­dan (pur­ple shirt), Clorinda Bradley, Breigh Grib­ble (white dress), Peter Ku­ri­tar

(big hair) and Brettmitchell (green suit) are ready to ring in the New Year at RSL South­port

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