The Best of Wham! December 01, 2018
1 Saturday 1st December

The Best of Wham! December 01, 2018

Corn Exchange Theatre

Broad Street, Stamford, London, PE9 1PX

Price: Tickets in advance: GBP 18.5
Time: 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm

SWEENEY ENTERTAINMENTS PRESENTS THE BEST OF WHAM!

Sweeney Entertainments brings a fantastic new show to venues across the UK, featuring the very best of George, Andrew, Pepsi and Shirlie - The Best of Wham!

Can it really be 37 years since George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley formed one of the most enduring pop groups of the 80s? In four short years WHAM! sold more than 28 million records, topping the charts with three albums, four number one singles and eleven top ten hits. They featured in the Live Aid concert of 1985 and were the first western pop group to ever tour in China. Their impact and influence on the 80s era and music today really cannot be over-emphasised. The Best of WHAM! Show includes all those hits, a few B side favourites and a couple of early George Michael bonus songs.

With sensational vocals, choreography, costumes and an awesome live band, The Best of WHAM! is an authentic musical journey that truly recaptures the full WHAM! experience. This non-stop 80s party will get audiences singing and dancing to all the greatest hits including ‘Wake Me Up Before You Go Go', 'Freedom' and 'Im your Man'.

Sweeney Entertainments, co-founded by Julie and Peter Sweeney, has been providing a wide repertoire of top quality touring shows for theatre and corporate events for over fifteen years both in the UK and internationally. 2017 was the company's strongest year to date with more shows touring than ever before and 2018 brings even more new shows and UK tour dates.

This fun-loving, vibrant, mega-mix tribute to the pop sensation of the 80s will be loved by 'Young Guns' of all ages, so book tickets now and join The Best of WHAM! at the 'Club Tropicana'

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