Icons Of The 80s Back In Warrington In 2018 By Popular Demand.

Nik Kershaw and Peter Cox at The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool. Photograph by Ian D. Hall. 2015.

Following a stellar performance at Warrington Festival 2016, Go West and Nik Kershaw will be back in Warrington next year for another incredible concert experience.

The two legendary 80s stars will this time be joined by special guests, Cutting Crew, for one night only at Parr Hall next March.

With millions of albums sales and iconic hits between them such as, We Close Our Eyes, Call Me, King Of Wishful Thinking, Wouldn’t It Be Good, The Riddle, I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, I’ve Been In Love Before and the classic (I Just) Died In Your Arms – this authentic eighties triple header is not to be missed.

It’s been more than 30 years since Go West had first hit single, We Close Our Eyes. Other hits followed, including, Call Me, Goodbye Girl and Don’t Look Down, Faithful, and the smash hit theme song from the film Pretty Woman, King of Wishful Thinking.

Nik Kershaw first achieved chart success in 1984 with Wouldn’t It Be Good?, followed by other classics such as, Won’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me, and The Riddle. A prolific writer for other artists, Nik also penned the number one single The One and Only for Chesney Hawkes.

Originally formed in the mid-80s, Grammy nominated Cutting Crew will always be remembered for their classic song (I Just) Died In Your Arms, which helped define the musical sounds of the club scene during the 80s, and is still played widely today.

Over twenty years later, with millions of album sales, original singer/songwriter Nick Van Eede has signed new recording publishing deals and is back on the road promoting his awesome new material.

Tickets are available from the Warrington Parr Hall Box office, by telephone on 01925 442345 or online at www.pyramidparrhall.com Tickets are priced at £42.50, £34.50 and £29.