First aired back in 2001, famous British sitcom Phoenix Nights focuses on a working men’s club in Bolton and it’s been on our list of all-time favourites since forever.
And now we’ve got a whole new show to get excited about…
Phoenix Night’s stars Den Perry and Ted Robbins will star in Bolton playwright Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at the Albert Halls Bolton.
What’s the story?
Ted Robbins is joined by Sky’s Mount Pleasant co-star Sue Vincent along with Mark Monaghan, Sally George, Katie Elin-Salt and Akshay Gulati to bring Jim Cartwright’s era “defining Northern drama live on stage.”
In fear that her mother might blow a fuse, Little Voice escapes in her attic room through her father’s old vinyl collection – she loves the great divas: Bassey, Garland, Piaf, Springfield, Holliday.
But when the records stop playing the music miraculously continues, LV produces stunning impersonations of all of her favourite stars.
The stunning collection of hits and moving drama will be shown at the Albert Halls Bolton between Thursday 24 January until Saturday 2 February.
Tickets are available online here now.