Riverdance is the Irish dancing phenomenon that came to prominence during the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest. In summary, it is story of the Irish culture and of the Irish immigration to America. Since its watershed moment in 1994, Riverdance has been performed to packed audiences across the globe.
The Rocky Horror Show, written by Richard O'Brien, first hit the stage in London in 1973. Jim Sharman (of Jesus Christ Superstar fame) worked with Richard O'Brien to bring Riff Raff, Frank N Furter and Rocky to the stage and bless us with the great Time Warp. Rocky Horror has achieved cult status and almost thirty audio recordings have been made of the show.
The Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour returns to UK arenas in early 2019. The tour begins at Birmingham Arena on 18th January. It will then visit Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, Nottingham and Wembley, before its final stop at the O2 Arena in London on 9th and 10th February.
The Sessions is a multi-million pound stage show, which is based around a live re-staging of The Beatles at Abbey Road. The show features a state-of-the-art reproduction of the iconic Abbey Road Studio 2, seven vocalists (two 'Johns', two 'Pauls', two 'Georges' and one 'Ringo') and a 21-piece orchestra.
Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War Of The Worlds is a concept album that was first released in 1978. The album is based on HG Wells' 1898 novel of the same name, which tells the story of an alien invasion on planet Earth, and the eventual fall of the alien species as a result of their inability to deal with our smallest organisms - bacteria and viruses.
Walking with Dinosaurs was the hugely successful BBC TV series which first aired in 1999. The series recreated the lives of prehistoric creatures using CGI and animatronics, and was one of the most expensive documentaries ever made.