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Martin Kemp's Back to the 80s Party at the Town Hall

By Published January 06, 2020

POP and TV legend Martin Kemp is bringing his famous 80s DJ Party to Middlesbrough Town Hall for the first time.

The smash hit show comes to the historic venue on Sunday, August 30, next year - and tickets are on sale from today (Friday, December 20).

In a recent interview on ITV's This Morning programme, Martin described the show: "It's amazing!

"People absolutely lose themselves, singing to every word.

"It's the most euphoric atmosphere I have ever been in, in my life!"

Martin's band Spandau Ballet sold millions of records worldwide, topping the charts around the globe.

He followed global pop superstardom with lead roles in likes of The Krays and EastEnders, as well as starring in Gary Barlow's Let It Shine.

Most recently he made an appearance on Channel 4's Goggle Box with his Capital Radio DJ son Roman, and on Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls.

Join Martin as he trades his bass for the decks and spins the biggest and best hits from the 1980s for an unstoppable singalong!

Acting Town Hall Box Office Manager Kesia Bruce said: "This promises to be the biggest 80s Night to ever hit Middlesbrough.

"Dig out those 80s clothes, grab your dancing shoes, and prepare to enjoy a night of pure ‘Gold' - and yes, fancy dress is encouraged!"

Martin Kemp's Back To The 80s DJ Party comes to Middlesbrough Town Hall on Sunday, August 30.

 

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