Bill Kenwright’s West End production of Saturday Night Fever will tour the U.K. beginning September 5. The disco musical, based on the 1977 film and adapted by Robert Stigwood with Bill Oakes, has performances scheduled through November 26.
The tour will make stops at Milton Keynes Theatre, Belfast's Grand Opera House, Manchester's Palace Theatre, Shrewsbury's Theatre Severn, Oxford's New Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent's Regent Theatre, Edinburgh's The Playhouse, Bradford's The Alhambra, Torquay's Princess Theatre, and Birmingham's The Alexandra.
Leading the cast will be Jack Wilcox as Tony Manero joined by Rebekah Bryant as Stephanie. Playing the Bee Gees onstage will be Drew Gerry, Oliver Thomson, and AJ Jenks. Completing the cast will be Harry Goodson-Bevan as Bobby C, James Brice as Gus, Liam Morris as Double J, Dominic Gore as Joey, Billie Hardy as Annette, Tosca Fischer as Connie, Emily Bolland as Linda, Phillip Aiden as Frank Senior, Marios Nicolaides as Frank Junior, Melody Jones as Flo Manero, and Faizal Jaye as DJ Monty.
Rounding out the company in the ensemble are Yiota Theo, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Anthony Starr, Joshua Clayton, Helen Gulston, and James Cohen
Telling the story of young Tony Manero who escapes from the pressures of everyday life by spending his nights dancing disco, Saturday Night Fever features classic '70s songs from the Bee Gees and the movie's soundtrack such as "Stayin’ Alive," "How Deep Is Your Love," "Night Fever," and "Tragedy."
Serving as both producer and director, Kenwright helms the creative team which includes choreographer Bill Deamer, designer Gary McCann, lighting designer Nick Richings, and sound designer Dan Samson.