More than 15,000 people will be heading to Cannock Chase for the three concerts on Friday, Saturday and Sunday which are all sold out. The Staffordshire shows are part of a UK-wide summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission. Rick Astley was the first artist to be announced for this year’s event on the Chase. His appearance comes hot on the heels of his spring 2017 tour dates as he celebrates 30 years in the music business since my first number one hit.
Just as fake news today spreads like wildfire across social media and can destroy a reputation or lead to pillary and isolation, so the lies told by those young girls were fed rapidly through the whole community with tragic consequences. A witch hunt is launched, literally, as the townsfolk try to find something or someone to blame for a mystery illness which has afflicted two children.
THAT final lift nearly brought the house down! The theatre was filled, it seemed, with die-hard Dirty Dancing fans and they got exactly what they came for. This production is a stage adaption of the classic 1987 movie and does not stray too far from the film. In fact, it is essentially the movie re-enacted on stage with as many of the same scenes as feasibly possible, the same music, even down to almost exact replication of all Baby’s outfits. But why not?
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Selecting a term
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