FREE TIX - Saturday Night Fever

FREE TIX - Saturday Night FeverSaturday Night Fever, the iconic hit musical is coming to the Sydney Lyric Theatre from 27 March – 9 June 2019.

This Disco Inferno is based on the 1977 film starring John Travolta and Karen Gorney. The coveted role of Tony Manero will be played by Helpmann Award nominated Euan Doidge. The role of Stephanie Mangano, the best dancer at the nightclub, will be played by Melanie Hawkins. The Diva, who performs at Disco Odyssey 2001, will be played by Australia’s original disco queen, Marcia Hines.

Supporting this stellar cast will be Tim ‘Timomatic’ Omaji, Stephen Mahy, Angelique Cassimatis, Ryan Morgan, Bobby Fox, Paulini, Natalie Conway and Nana Matapule. The cast also includes the best dancers working in Australia today.

Paying homage to the classic movie and its best-selling soundtrack, Saturday Night Fever, is packed full of disco classics from The Bee Gees and other artists.

Australian Stage has ONE DOUBLE pass to giveaway – 7:30pm Thursday 28 March, 2019

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THEN: AFTER 9AM March 14, 2019 - send your name and the words "Saturday Night Fever" to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The first entry received* will win a double pass to the 7:30pm performance Thursday 28 March, 2019.

*PLEASE NOTE: Entries received BEFORE 9am March 14 will be disqualified. One entry per person. Tickets cannot be exchanged for cash or for any other performance. If you have won tickets from Australian Stage in the past 4 weeks you are ineligible for this promotion.


Saturday Night Fever
based on the Paramount/RSO movie and the story by Nik Cohn | adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood and Bill Oakes | the new version has been arranged and edited by Ryan McBryde | music and lyrics are by artists including the Bee Gees

Venue:  Sydney Lyric Theatre, The Star
Dates:  From 27 March 2019
Tickets:  From $59.90
Bookings: | 1300 795 267


Top Right – Euan Doidge and Melanie Hawkins. Photo – Daniel Boud


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