Hair was big, shoulders were padded and mobile phones were shaped like bricks and weighed a ton!
Take a fun-packed trip back in time to the electric 80s with Club Tropicana The Musical, a summer adventure of love in the sun. With a soundtrack of smash-hit pop classics it really is the feel-good musical of the year.
When our budding bride and groom get cold feet, they decide to jet off separately to sunnier climes and feel the heat – but little do they know they’ve checked into the same hotel… the vibrant Club Tropicana.
With drinks flowing and tans glowing, will our young lovers decide to finally go through with the wedding? Will hotel inspectors get their way and close the resort, or will the staff save the day?
All will be revealed in hilarious style, to an irresistible soundtrack of some of the most iconic, chart-topping pop anthems of the decade all performed live on stage.
Expect to banish the winter blues with ABC’s The Look of Love, Bucks Fizz’s Making Your Mind Up, Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s 1983 debut hit, Relax, Tight Fit’s Fantasy Island, a-ha’s Take On Me, Culture Club’s Church of the Poison Mind and Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes’ iconic, Up Where We Belong.
Welcome to Club Tropicana, the 1980s answer to Love Island. The drinks are free and the whole family are invited to join the ultimate holiday musical, celebrating everything we loved about a decade when girls and boys just wanted to have fun.
Producer Mark Goucher said: “What a time the 80s were: great dancing, great bands, great music, funny clothes… but mostly really bad hair!
“But I look back with such happiness remembering going to gigs for the first time. Club Tropicana The Musical is a celebration of the 80s with a lorra lorra laughs!”
Club Tropicana has a book by Michael Gyngell and will be directed by Samuel Holmes & Nick Winston.
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CLUB TROPICANA – THE MUSICAL
2019 Tour Dates
24 January – 2 February, Churchill Theatre, Bromley
4 – 9 February, Alhambra, Bradford
11 – 16 February, His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
25 February – 2 March, Theatre Royal, Norwich
4 – 9 March, Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield
11 – 16 March, Theatre Royal, Plymouth
18 – 23 March, Grand Opera House, York
25 – 30 March, Theatre Royal, Brighton
1 – 6 April, New Victoria Theatre, Woking
8 – 13 April, Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
15 – 20 April, New Theatre, Hull
23 – 27 April, New Wimbledon Theatre
29 April – 4 May, Wolverhampton Grand
6 – 11 May, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry
13 – 18 May, New Theatre, Oxford
20 – 25 May, Sunderland Empire
28 May – June 1, Swansea Grand
3 – 8 June, Opera House, Manchester
11 – 15 June, Edinburgh Playhouse
17 – 22 June, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
1 – 6 July, Liverpool Empire
8 – 13 July, Theatre Royal, Nottingham.
More venues to be confirmed.