Big hair and cool songs - it’s the 80s

Midge Ure 

Playing live at the Peel Centenary Centre

Midge Ure Playing live at the Peel Centenary Centre

The 80s are back at St George’s Hall, Bradford this March as Tony Denton Promotions bring together four of the decade’s most memorable artists performing on the same stage for the first time.

Join Big Country, Midge Ure, Nick Heyward and Curiosity Killed the Cat for a stroll down memory lane as they perform their biggest hits. With record sales of over 20 million, 200 gold, platinum and silver discs and numerous awards between them this is the 80s show not to be missed!

It’s all killers and fillers! Don’t miss this incredible show at St George’s Hall on Thursday, March 3.

BIG COUNTRY: Formed in 1981 and their debut album release two years later The Crossing broke the band massively worldwide with huge hits such as Fields Of Fire, Chance and In A Big Country, which earned the record three prestigious US Grammy nominations.

MIDGE URE: Recipient of many awards that include Ivor Novello and Grammy awards along with a flotilla of gold and platinum records, Midge Ure needs very little introduction. Tracks like Reap the Wild Wind, Dancing With Tears in My Eyes, Love’s Great Adventure, All Stood Still, The Voice, Hymn, The Thin Wall and 1981’s timeless Vienna were all massive hits the world over.

NICK HEYWARD: His music career began when he formed Haircut 100 in 1981. The band had four UK Top 10 singles: Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl); Fantastic Day; Love Plus One and Nobody’s Fool and turned Nick into a major pop pin up!

CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT: Instantly became one of the hottest and most popular bands of the late 80s after forming in 1986. Among many hit singles were Down to Earth, which peaked at number 2 in the charts and sold 1.5 million worldwide, Misfit, Ordinary Day, Hang On In There Baby and Name and Number.

Please call the Box Office on 01274 432000 or visit bradford-theatres.co.uk for more information.