BURN baby burn! It’s the summer of 1976 and it’s as hot outside as the fashion, hits and passion are on the dance floor.
A young wannabe rock singer sells his soul to the devil in return for fame and riches, with disastrous and hilarious consequences.
St Augustine’s Musical Theatre Company’s forthcoming production of Disco Inferno is set to be a devilish success - in more ways than one.
The company has donated half of its opening night tickets to the Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) - a charity that supports young cancer sufferers and funds specialist units for them in hospitals including University Hospital Birmingham (QE).
The Mayor of Solihull will also be in attendance on the evening and a raffle boasting some fantastic prizes will also be available at each show.
Now Solihull News readers can be a part of the opening night. The first 15 readers to call Gill Salter on 0121-705-7917 will each be given a pair of tickets for the show.
Show dates / venue: November 16 - 21 at Solihull Arts Complex Theatre
Tickets are also available from the box office 0121-704-6962
For more info on St Augustine’s MTC and Disco Inferno - www.stagsmtc.co.uk