THE BEE GEES STORY COMES TO PORT STAN­LEY THE­ATRE

St. Thomas Times-Journal - - COMMENT -

Call­ing all Bee Gees fans! Don’t miss the in­cred­i­ble, brand­new tour­ing show “Broth­ers Gibb - The Bee Gees’ Story” com­ing live to the in­ti­mate Port Stan­ley Fes­ti­val The­atre for two big per­for­mances on Satur­day Jan­uary 19th at 3pm & 8pm.

“Broth­ers Gibb: The Bee Gees’ Story” cel­e­brates the mu­sic and lives of Barry, Robin and Mau­rice, best known around the world as The Bee Gees.

Di­rect from Canada’s Pre­mier Pro­ducer of mu­si­cal trib­ute shows, Bill Culp Pro­duc­tions, this in­cred­i­ble Bee Gees show fea­tures all the big­gest hits from the Aus­tralian group’s in­cred­i­ble and di­verse song cat­a­logue.

Set one fea­tures the ear­li­est hits of the Bee Gees, in­clud­ing “To Love Some­body”, “Words”, “How Can You Mend a Bro­ken Heart”, and “Lonely Days” amongst the crowd favourites.

The sec­ond set high­lights the lat­ter por­tion of their lengthy ca­reer, start­ing with key tran­si­tional tracks such as “Jive Talkin’” and “Nights of Broad­way”, which lead the way to their in­cred­i­ble suc­cess with disco mu­sic hits like “Stayin’ Alive” and “Night Fever”.

“Broth­ers Gibb: The Bee Gees’ Story” is an en­gag­ing, mu­si­cally ex­cit­ing and au­di­en­cein­ter­ac­tive show fea­tures world­class vo­cal­ists and mu­si­cians. Pro­ducer Bill Culp notes, “This fab­u­lous show is guar­an­teed to make you want to put on your white suit and get up and dance!”

For more in­for­ma­tion on “Broth­ers Gibb - The Bee Gees’ Story” and other shows from Bill Culp Pro­duc­tions, visit the web­site www.Bil­lCulp.ca

Tick­ets for “Broth­ers Gibb The Bee Gees’ Story” are on sale now via the the­atre web­site www.PSFT.ca, or by call­ing 519782-4353 or 1-855-782-4353, or pick up at the the­atre box of­fice.

“Broth­ers Gibb - The Bee Gees’ Story” cel­e­brates the mu­sic of 1970s disco su­per­group The Bee Gees (pic­tured)

The amaz­ing Bruce Tour­nay co-stars in “Broth­ers Gibb”

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