Review: Words and music raise spirits at Harlow Playhouse

Harlow Playhouse / Thu 23rd Mar 2017 at 12:33pm

TO be honest, this reviewer was not that keen on attending this concert. Nothing against You Win Again but the events in Westminster had cast a huge shadow on the day.

But as part of a very entertaining evening, You Win Again dedicated the song “Words” to all those who had suffered at the terrorist attack. A lovely touch and in many ways framed the event in a positive light.

Like all good tributes, You Win Again make sure that they tell the Bee Gees story and tell it well from the early days on the Isle of Man and Australia to the heights of disco.

They built up the atmosphere nicely and in many ways the litmus trust is the last twenty minute of a concert such as this. Sure enough, the packed audience was on their feet as Tragedy, Night Fever and Stayin’ Alive rocked the Harlow Playhouse.

The standard of musicianship was excellent and the use of dancers complimented the music perfectly.

Well done to You Win Again, far from Spirits Having Flown, spirits in Harlow and beyond were greatly raised.

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