Dance into Blackpool Grand Theatre for the sensational 70s musical Boogie Nights from Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 June!

Join Blackpool & Fylde Light Opera Company for a great big glitterball of a night out packed with disco classics and a hilarious and heart-warming story not to be missed.

It’s the night that the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, died, and Jack-the-lad Roddy O’Neill is busy dreaming of life as a rock star and loving his life of birds, booze and boogie! But Debs his girlfriend has her own thoughts… basically that Roddy’s a selfish, arrogant, horrible, unfeeling, rude, heartless pig!

The truth is that Roddy really is in love with Debs and she is deeply in love with Roddy, but Roddy has much more than just a roving eye and he can’t just Blame it on the Boogie! Through all their tears and laughter – will Debs say Enough is Enough or can they both find what they are truly searching for?

Boogie Nights is the ultimate party night out! Get the gang together and dress to impress in your very best 70s outfits! You’ll be dancing in the aisles to all the grooviest chart-topping hits from You Sexy Thing, Y.M.C.A. and I Will Survive to Celebration, Boogie Wonderland and many, many more!

Celebrate good times with Boogie Nights from Blackpool and Fylde Light Opera Company at Blackpool Grand Theatre from Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 June. Matinee and evening performances. Family ticket and group rates available

Presented by Blackpool & Fylde Light Opera Company who brought the hit musicals Hairspray, Legally Blonde, Grease, 9 to 5 and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to Blackpool’s premier theatre.

Book now by visiting or call the box office on 01253 290 190.


Boogie Nights – Blackpool & Fylde Light Opera Company

Wed 22 Jun to Sat 25 Jun at 7.30pm

Fri & Sat matinees at 2pm

Grand Theatre, 33 Church Street, Blackpool FY1 1HT

Box Office 01253 290 190

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