Boogaloo Stu: Pop Magic (adults only)

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Boogaloo Stu: Pop Magic (adults only)

Time: October 20, 2012 from 8pm to 10pm
City/Town: CARDIFF
Website or Map:…
Phone: 02920 636464
Event Type: music, comedy, cabaret
Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2012

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Weston Studio

Boogaloo Stu: Pop Magic (adults only)

20 Oct 2012

Tickets: £8 - £12 | Age guide: 18+

Join DIY pop star and musical alchemist Boogaloo Stu in a tongue-in-cheek bid to create an instant Number One Pop Smash Hit - in just one hour.

With a spin of the Pop Wheel, Stu launches into his quest to craft a pop nugget. With no musical genre off-limits, Stu invites his audience to assist in the song-writing and recording process resulting in a live lip-synch and dance performance to make the necessary pop video for the song. So much fun.

This performance is for adults only (18+). If you would like to attend a family friendly performance, Boogaloo Stu will be helping children aged 4+ and their families to create their own music video at 3pm on 20 Oct. To book click here

Weston Studio Tickets

Ticket prices for Weston Studio range from £8 to £12 depending on the demand for tickets, so by booking early you will pay the lowest price. Select “Best Available” to book the lowest price ticket currently available.

  • First 30 tickets sold: £8
  • The next 30 seats: £10
  • All remaining seats, including those bought on the day: £12

Plus under 16s pay £6 and all tickets for children's shows are £6 - whatever your age.

You can also pay £8 at any point in time if you book 3 shows at once - to take advantage of this please call the Ticket Office on 029 2063 6464.

All shows are unreserved seating so arrive early to secure the best seats.

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