About Go!Go!Go! Show
’GO!GO!GO! NOW, IT’S GREAT!’- THE SUN
‘THE KIDS HAD A BLAST’- VISIT LONDON
‘SUPERBLY CRAFTED POP SONGS’ - THE TIMES
‘DEFINITELY A SHOW NOT TO MISS’ - RARING 2 GO
THE GO!GO!GO! SHOW is an all-new family pop musical featuring Holly, Steve, Kirsten, Carl and Gemma, five fantastic new stars making their debut on the West End stage.
There are brand new pop songs, catchy, easy-to-learn dance moves, magic and loads and loads of laughs.
The story is a good old-fashioned caper! It all kicks off when the guys awake one morning to discover that their socks are missing and it soon becomes clear that there’s something smelly going on! They discover that the culprit is a cheeky little creature called the Fluffalope who, it seems, like nothing more that to munch his way through a tasty pile of socks.
And so begins a quest to catch the Fluffalope and stop him eating their socks! On their adventure the guys get to have a sleepover in Holly’s Tree House, pay a visit to sunny Holiday Bay and spend time in the Land of Lost Property, where they meet Mr Baffled who seems completely confused by everything and everybody.
Join Holly, Steve, Kirsten, Gemma and Carl (oh, and Mr. Jones the magical rabbit) on their fantastic adventure and find out if they manage to succeed!
The show is directed by Carole Todd (Dreamboats & Petticoats, Buddy, Dancing In The Streets). She’s the lady who tells everybody what to do and when to do it. She’s a bit like a headmistress.
It is choreographed by Paul Domaine (The Saturdays, Sugababes, Dannii Minogue). He is the man who makes up all the fun dance moves and teaches the guys their routines.
The music is by Mike Stock (one third of the legendary Stock, Aitken & Waterman) and Steve Crosby (who masterminded Steps). They are the chaps who write all the new songs. They sit in a recording studio for long hours and play with lots of buttons and dials on a great big desk.
The original script is by Dean Wilkinson (CBBC, CBeebies, Ant & Dec). He’s the funny man who writes the story. Whatever you do, don’t wander into his imagination. It’s odd in there!
There is interaction for the audience and plenty to enjoy for kids of all ages!
Ready? Steady? Go!Go!Go!