Tue 07 Mar
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PAUL YOUNG | MARTIKA | TOYAH | CHINA CRISIS
Four iconic 80s artists perform on the same bill. The line-up features PAUL YOUNG - one of the most popular solo artists from the era, legendary pop punk princess TOYAH, Liverpool’s finest guitar duo CHINA CRISIS and for the first time performing in the UK in over 25 years, the gorgeous MARTIKA!
With his stylish charm and unique vocal talent PAUL YOUNG quickly cemented a place in the nations hearts. Coming into his own with his first solo album No Parlez in 1983, which spawned the No 1 single Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home), The album also included the top 10 hit Love Of The Common People. Paul followed this with the hit single Every Time You Go Away, performed at the 1989 Nelson Mandela Tribute Concert and also featured on the massive No. 1 original Band Aid record Do They Know Its Christmas.
US pop singer-songwriter and actress MARTIKA made an immediate impact in the UK with the hit Toy Soldiers in 1989. Other hits followed, including I Feel The Earth Move, and More Than You Know, alongside collaborations with the legendary Prince. She has sold more than four million albums worldwide to date.
TOYAH has had a highly successful and incredibly diverse career with major hit records and many prestigious stage and screen roles that have made her a household name. Her hits include It's A Mystery, I Want To Be Free and Thunder In The Mountains. She also appeared in the cult film Quadrophenia alongside Phil Daniels and Ray Winstone, and in 2003 she survived 12 long days and nights in the Australian jungle on I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here.
New wave synth pop duo CHINA CRISIS enjoyed hits with Wishful Thinking, African and White, Christian and Black Man Ray. The band have seen three albums, including Working With Fire and Steel and Flaunt the Imperfection, go gold in the UK.
TICKETS £37.50 [VIP MEET & GREET £77]
VIP tickets include Meet & Greet from 6.15pm with PAUL YOUNG, TOYAH and CHINA CRISIS for photo opportunities and autographs.
Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to sustain and develop the programme of arts and culture in Shropshire.