Saluting 30 years of Michael Jackson’s multi-million-selling album Bad. . . the Forever Jackson stage show comes to Marina Theatre, Lowestoft on 10th March 2017.
Bad sold 500,000 copies within just five days of its UK release. It was No1 in 25 countries, shifting an incredible 45 million copies. Five of its songs topped the UK charts and the supporting tour grossed £100m.
Forever Jackson captures the moment with superb musicianship, electrifying choreography, stunning audio visual projections and jaw-dropping special effects. More than that, ittakes you from The Jackson 5, through The Jacksons and on to MJ’s rise to become The King of Pop.
Bad’s The Way You Make Me Feel, Man in the Mirror, Dirty Diana, Smooth Criminal, Another Part of Me and its title track climax a brand-new production that also featuresThriller, Beat It, Billie Jean, Can You Feel It and many more.
The star of the show Robin Parsons:
· * Sounds – precisely like Michael. . . featuring 100% live, pitch-perfect vocals
· * Looks – exactly like Michael. . . perfected thanks to three-hours in make-up and elaborate, finely-detailed costumes
· * Moves – just like Michael. . . mirroring every moment, from the legendary dance moves right down to the smallest nuance and mannerisms. Michael Jackson’s HIStory Tour manager Norbert Sinnhuber describes Robin as “a revival and reincarnation”.
Celebrate 30 years of Bad with (borrowing from 80s vernacular) the baddest Michael Jackson show on tour!
To be in with the chance of winning a pair of tickets, answer this simple question:
Forever Jackson’s brand-new 2017 production celebrates the 30th anniversary of which Michael Jackson album:
a) Thriller, b) Bad, c) HIStory
Closing Date: 5th March 2017
Send your answer by email to email@example.com stating Forever Jackson in the subject line or post your answer with name, address and email or phone number to : Forever Jackson Competition, Mill farm Cottage, Mill Road, Burgh Castle, Great Yarmouth NR31 9QS
The winner/s will be drawn at random. Editor’s decision is final and there is no cash alternative.
To buy tickets contact the theatre’s box office: 01502 533200 www.marinatheatre.co.uk