ANYONE with a soft spot for 1970s nostalgia has reason to ‘celebrate’ next month as hit musical Disco Inferno comes to Northwich.

On stage at the Memorial Court for one night only in February, the ‘good-time’ show features West End performers, ‘pitch perfect’ harmonies and a band the producers describe as ‘tight-as-Spandex.’

Set in the east end of London durning the 'burning summer' of 1976, Disco Inferno is the story of young man's struggled to break into the music industry, and the lengths he finds himself willing to go to to guaranteee his success. 

The two-hour production packs in the biggest hits of the Bee Gees, Village People, Jacksons, Sister Sledge, Rose Royce, ABBA, Donna Summer, Barry White, Kool and the Gang, Earth Wind and Fire, Gloria Gaynor, Billy Ocean, Weather Girls, Candi Staton, The Trammps, Gap Band, Wild Cherry and more. 

Northwich Guardian: Disco Inferno performers 'boogie' on stage (Veritas Entertainment)Disco Inferno performers 'boogie' on stage (Veritas Entertainment) (Image: Veritas Entertainment)

The show’s producer, Mark Halliday, promises ‘an electrifying show that screams glitter balls and good times all the way'.

He said: “If you ever dreamed of going to New York’s famed discotheque Studio 54, Disco Inferno takes you there – in an all-singing, all-dancing celebration of everything D.I.S.C.O.”

“Theatre-goers will be thrilled by pitch perfect harmonies, high energy, slick choreography, and disco classics such as Blame It On The Boogie, Car Wash and It’s Raining Men.

“West End performers are supported by a tight-as-Spandex band, and audiences will be treated to slicker-than-Saturday Night Fever choreography.

Northwich Guardian: Audiences can expect a West End cast, pitch perfect harmonies and a 'tight as Spandex' band (Veritas Entertainment)Audiences can expect a West End cast, pitch perfect harmonies and a 'tight as Spandex' band (Veritas Entertainment) (Image: Veritas Entertainment)

“It’s the funkiest get down in town. Tipping our Fedora to the famous Pepsi TV ads of the era, Disco Inferno is a hipshakin’, hotsteppin’ legwarmin’, flaresflappin’, afrogleanin’ ghettoblastin’, platformpoundin’, hustlebustin’, cooldiggin’ revival of the sound, style and dance moves of the 70s.”

Disco Inferno comes to Northwich Memorial Court on Friday, February 17. To purchase tickets, please contact the venue on 0333 666 3366, or visit