Rewind to the Eighties at the Grand

The eighties are returning to the Grand Theatre this year when three critically acclaimed music legends join forces in a major new UK tour. In celebration of their 30th anniversary, Go West are together in concert with Nik Kershaw and featuring a very special guest, Carol Decker from T’Pau, for one night only this November.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Go West’s first single, We close Our Eyes.  Many other hits followed including Call Me, Goodbye Girl, Don’t Look Down, Faithful and the smash hit theme song from the film Pretty Woman – King of Wishful Thinking.

First achieving chart success in 1984 with Wouldn’t It Be Good?  Nik Kershaw quickly followed with other classics including I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me and The Riddle.   Known as a prolific writer who wrote many songs for other artists, Nik also penned Chesney Hawkes’ only number one single, The One And Only.

T’Pau’s first hit single Heart and Soul was released in 1987.  It found its initial success in the US after being featured in a commercial for Pepe Jeans and quickly charted in the UK.  Their biggest and probably best loved and remembered single, China In Your Hand, hit the top of the UK charts later in the same year and stayed in the number one spot for five weeks.

This fantastic line up of eighties stars is very exciting news indeed and is sure to please.

The show is on at the Grand Theatre on Saturday 21 November at 7.30pm.

Tickets from £27.50

For further information call the Box Office on 01253 743339 or visit the website.

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