Saturday Night Fever Reviews
Newest Review: ... show is based on the film saturday night fever, and for those of you who never saw the film all those years ago its about a young man called tony manero, who lives in Brooklyn and loves to dance, disco dance. He works in a hard ware store and really dreams of getting out and making a better life for himself, he has a group of friends and they all go dancing to a disco called Montys, he's a real far out charcter but really funny. Tony has a dance partner called Annette, played by the extremley talanted Rachel Wooding, she loves to dance and is head over heels in love with tony, but being a man he is blind to the fact. A new lady calle... more
Customer Saturday Night Fever Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/02/06 (Useful, 255 readings)
For a joint xmas present, my brother/sister in law got me and my boyfriend tickets to see this show at the Apollo theatre in london Victoria. I was really excited as i loved the film that stared John Travolta and it was a good excuse to have a good sing and dance. It was the best thing i have ever seen, the cast were amazing, the young actor who played the lead character Tony Manero was played by the very talented Adam Jon Fiorentino, he comes from Australia and was once in the famous soap Neighbours where he played a character called Casper. The show is based on the film saturday night fever, and for those of you who never saw the film all those years ago ... Read the complete review
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