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Saturday Night Fever | Peacock Tickets

Saturday Night Fever | Peacock Tickets

4 Feb 2022 - 26 Mar 2022

Saturday Night Fever | Peacock Information

Saturday Night Fever returns to the West End in 2022. Saturday Night Fever London performances are at the Peacock Theatre. Book Saturday Night Fever tickets on London Theatre now.

The Saturday Night Fever musical pays homage to the 1977 movie of the same name, which featured a young John Travolta as disco dancer Tony Manero. In Saturday Night Fever, Brooklyn teenager Tony Manero dreams of being a professional dancer. He finds his day job boring and unchallenging. Occasionally, Tony gets into trouble with the law. Tony has one safe space though, and that's the discotheque. Practicing his moves — and impressing the ladies too — Tony becomes a hot topic of conversation. Tony’s also in love with Stephanie Mangano, but can the pair achieve their wildest dreams and find dancing success?

Get your dancing moves at the ready for seeing the Saturday Night Fever musical. Saturday Night Fever features songs by the Bee Gees, a trio of brothers — Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb — who formed as a music group in the late 1950s. Think you've never heard a Bee Gees song? Think again! Saturday Night Fever songs include “Tragedy,” “Night Fever,” and “Stayin’ Alive.” But, this Saturday Night Fever is even more exciting, as it includes two Bee Gees songs that have never been in the Saturday Night Fever musical.

Since Saturday Night Fever hit cinemas in 1977, generations have loved John Travolta's career-defining performance as Tony Manero. Travolta earned his first Academy Award nomination for Saturday Night Fever, later earning another for Pulp Fiction. However, it's the white suit and platform shoes worn by Travolta in Saturday Night Fever that define the 1970s disco era, and the disco moves can regularly be spotted in clubs up and down the country even today.

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Run time

2 Hours 30 Minutes (inc. Interval)

Opening date

February 4th, 2022

Closing date

March 26th, 2022


Peacock Theatre


Age Guidance 14+ : Children aged 6-13 are advised not to attend this performance. Children Under 5 are not allowed to attend this performance. This production contains strong language and themes of suicide and sexual violence.

Cast and creative

By: Robert Stigwood, in collaboration with Bill Oakes
Songs by: The Bee Gees
Director: Bill Kenwright
Producer: Bill Kenwright
Cast list: Richard Winsor, Olivia Fines, Jake Byrom, Oliver Thomson, James Hudson, Kevin O’Dwyer, James Brice, Paul French, Michael Cortez, Jasmin Colangelo, Tosca Fischer, Lydia Bradd, Philip Aiden, Marios Nicolaides, Melody Jones, Faizal Jay, Celeste Zollino, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Luca Rapisarda, James Wilkinson-Jones, Helen Gulston, James Cohen
Design: Gary McCann
Lighting: Nick Richings
Choreography: Bill Deamer
Sound: Dan Samson

Our review

Photo credit: Olivia Fines and Richard Winsor (Photo by Paul Coltas)

You should - and will - be dancing along to this disco inferno of a show, part of a touring run that is doing a London stint at Sadler's Wells' West End house, the Peacock Theatre. From the Bee Gees soundtrack to the famous white suit and boogieing cast, it's a blast from the past - though one with surprising emotional heft alongside its retro pleasures. If your vague memory of the 1977 movie, which made John Travolta a star and disco a worldwide craze, is of colourful dance floors and finger...

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