A celebration of the 1970s will head to London next year.
Lost In Music One Night At The Disco will take place at Indigo At The O2 on December 4, 2020, after extensive tour dates across the UK throughout 2019 and January 2020.
The show boasts an incredible live band and cast paying tribute to some of the greatest hits of the golden age of disco, such as Never Can Say Goodbye, On The Radio, Hot Stuff, Car Wash, Boogie Wonderland and many more chart-toppers from the likes of Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, Diana Ross, Earth Wind and Fire, Sister Sledge, Chic and Chaka Khan, among others.
Tickets for the new London show go on sale at 11am on August 16. All other tour dates are on sale now.
Find out more about the event here.
Lost In Music One Night At The Disco Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows
Sat September 28 2019 – GLASGOW Kings Theatre
Thu October 03 2019 – WAKEFIELD Theatre Royal
Fri October 04 2019 – PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Guildhall
Sat October 05 2019 – TORQUAY Princess Theatre
Fri October 11 2019 – LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Fri October 18 2019 – SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Sat October 19 2019 – CHESTERFIELD Chesterfield Winding Wheel
Thu October 24 2019 – LONDON Queens Theatre
Fri October 25 2019 – ST ALBANS Alban Arena
Sat November 02 2019 – HASTINGS Hastings White Rock Theatre
Thu November 07 2019 – HALIFAX Victoria Theatre Halifax
Fri November 08 2019 – GLOUCESTER Roses Theatre
Sat November 09 2019 – NEWBURY CORN EXCHANGE NEWBURY
Thu November 14 2019 – BOURNEMOUTH Bournemouth Pavillion Theatre
Fri November 15 2019 – CARDIFF Wales Millenium Centre
Sat November 16 2019 – EASTBOURNE Congress Theatre
Tue November 19 2019 – CANTERBURY Marlowe Theatre
Fri November 22 2019 – MONTROSE Town Hall
Sat November 23 2019 – DUNFERMLINE Alhambra Theatre
Sat November 30 2019 – STOKE Regent Theatre
Sat December 14 2019 – CROYDON Fairfield Halls
Tue December 31 2019 – GATESHEAD Sage
Thu January 16 2020 – WOLVERHAMPTON Grand Theatre
Fri January 17 2020 – BUXTON Buxton Opera House
Sat January 25 2020 – MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
Thu January 30 2020 – TUNBRIDGE WELLS Assembly Hall
Sat March 21 2020 – BRENTWOOD Brentwood Live
Fri April 24 2020 – WARRINGTON Parr Hall
Fri May 08 2020 – BURNLEY Burnley Mechanics
Fri May 22 2020 – BLACKPOOL Grand Theatre
Sat May 23 2020 – HUDDERSFIELD Huddersfield Town Hall
Thu June 18 2020 – CHATHAM Chatham Central Theatre
Sun June 21 2020 – SOUTHAMPTON Mayflower
Sat October 10 2020 – SCUNTHORPE Baths Hall
Sat November 14 2020 – WESTON SUPER MARE Playhouse Theatre
Thu November 19 2020 – MANSFIELD Mansfield Palace Theatre
Fri December 04 2020 – LONDON Indigo2
Sat December 05 2020 – LIVERPOOL M&S Bank Arena
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