There’s a 70s treat in store at Buxton

Calling all retro music fans. If you like 70s music, then you are in for treat. Buxton Opera House will feature three 70s inspired shows I Love to Boogie (September 27), Solid Gold 70s Show (October 6) and a special ABBA tribute night Waterloo (October 1), reviving the golden age of music.

Solid Gold 70s Show features a multi-talented cast performing glamrock greats, disco hits, power ballads and party anthems from The Sweet, T Rex and Queen, to Elton John, 10cc, David Essex and Suzi Quatro and more. Backed by a band whose members have performed with Mike Oldfield, Asia and Ultravox, the production boasts a superb musical pedigree.

I Love to Boogie brings to life the brilliant music of T.Rex and one of glam rock’s most flamboyant and charismatic stars Marc Boland, with his special ingredient of ‘Rock a Boogie’ songs throughout the 70s.

For those who like the many hits of ABBA, Waterloo (1 Oct) is a two hour spectacular giving fans the opportunity to experience the closest thing to a live ABBA gig, with all costumes, choreography music and close harmonies the 70s supergroup are known for.

These events take place at Buxton Opera House. Tickets range from £21 to £25.50. To buy tickets call the Box Office on 01298 72190 or visit http://www.buxtonoperahouse.org