Direct from the West End, Bill Kenwright’s production of Saturday Night Fever returns this year, hitting the road this September, allowing audiences up and down the country a chance to experience the best-selling Bee Gees soundtrack live on stage in this spectacularly reimagined musical which promises to have you grabbing your boogie shoes and dancing in the aisles!


Saturday Night Fever follows the story of Tony Manero, as he embarks on a reckless yet thrilling road to dancing success. It’s a homage to the 1977 John Travolta classic with more drama, more music, and hot new choreography and features onstage actor-musicians in the roles of the Bee Gees, singing all your favourite hits!


Jack Wilcox will lead the cast in the role of Tony Manero joined by Rebekah Bryant as his dance partner Stephanie including the onstage presence of the Bee Gees, played by Drew Ferry, Oliver Thomson and AJ Jenks.


Completing the glittering line-up are: Harry Goodson-Bevan (Bobby C); James Brice (Gus); Liam Morris (Double J); Dominic Gore (Joey); Billie Hardy (Annette); Tosca Fischer (Connie); Emily Bolland (Linda); Phillip Aiden (Frank Senior); Marios Nicolaides (Frank Junior); Melody Jones (Flo Manero); Faizal Jaye (DJ Monty); Yiota Theo (ensemble); Ashley Luke Lloyd (ensemble); Anthony Starr (ensemble); Joshua Clayton (ensemble); Helen Gulston (ensemble) and James Cohen (ensemble).


Featuring songs from the one of the bestselling movie soundtracks of all time, including the 70s disco classics, Stayin’ Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, Night Fever, Tragedy, and many more, Saturday Night Fever promises to be a night to remember!


Saturday Night Fever is produced and directed by Bill Kenwright, with choreography by Bill Deamer, design by Gary McCann, lighting by Nick Richings, and sound by Dan Samson. The stage adaptation is by Robert Stigwood in collaboration with Bill Oakes.  


Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes                     

5 Sep – 10 Sep 2022                                                   

Grand Opera House, Belfast                                     

19 Sep – 24 Sep 2022                                                

Palace Theatre, Manchester                                      

26 Sep – 1 Oct 2022                                                                                              

Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury                                    

3 Oct – 8 Oct 2022                                                      

New Theatre, Oxford                                                

10 Oct – 15 Oct 2022                                                 

Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent                             

24 Oct – 29 Oct 2022                                                  

The Playhouse, Edinburgh                                         

31 Oct – 5 Nov 2022                                                 

The Alhambra, Bradford                                            

7 Nov – 12 Nov 2022                                               

Princess Theatre, Torquay                                       

14 Nov – 19 Nov 2022                                                

The Alexandra, Birmingham                                       

21 Nov – 26 Nov 2022