Disco fever comes to Alder­shot’s Princes Hall


Star Courier (Surrey & Hants) - - FRONT PAGE -


Top tribute bands Boot­leg ABBA and Bee Gees Fever will have au­di­ences singing and danc­ing in the aisles to hits like Mamma Mia, Danc­ing Queen, Night Fever, Tragedy and many more on Satur­day Novem­ber 4 at 7.45pm.

Bee Gees Fever have wowed au­di­ences with the mu­sic of the brothers Gibb and put their name firmly on the map as one of the most cel­e­brated tribute bands in the busi­ness.

Their set in­cludes soul­ful bal­lads, from How Deep is Your Love? and Too Much Heaven to the high- en­ergy disco clas­sics such as Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever, Tragedy and You Should Be Danc­ing, recre­at­ing the songs that have helped to make the Bee Gees mu­si­cal leg­ends over the last five decades.

Boot­leg ABBA was formed in 1998 and since their first con­cert at Lon­don’s Fo­rum, they have per­formed to great ac­claim world.

ABBA’s timeless songs and har­mo­nious melodies are loved through­out around the the world and the tribute band has put to­gether an all- en­com­pass­ing live per­for­mance com­plete with cos­tume changes.

Whether you want to dance, sing along or just be part of a very en­ter­tain­ing stage show, Boot­leg ABBA will sur­pass your ex­pec­ta­tions, with all the clas­sic songs in­clud­ing Danc­ing Queen, Water­loo, Voulez Vous, Take a Chance, Su­per Trouper, S. O. S., Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! and more.

Call the box of­fice on 01252 329155 or visit www. prince­shall. com.

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