Glam Hits The West End Theatre
An all-new Glam Rock inspired stage-show entitled ‘Blok Busta’ is set to tread the boards of the West End stage.
The Blok Busta press release reads: “Inspired by Sweet’s No. 1 smash hit “Blockbuster”, the action takes place on the streets of Glamsville, a town terrorised by the evil ‘psycho-killer’ known as Busta. Their weapon of choice is disco music, a banned substance in Glamsville, and known to be deadly to anyone unlucky enough to be exposed to its murderous qualities. Intrepid Inspector Stone is hot on the trail – but can he expose the identity of the mysterious killer and stop the murder spree?”
“A riotous whodunit to really get your platforms stomping, Blok Busta is directed by Alkis Kritikos, who cut his teeth at the Royal Court theatre in the 1970s, working with David Hare and Stephen Frears, and also with the Rocky Horror Show’s original London cast.”
Blok Busta will run from March 24th – April 18th at the New Players Theatre.
Will this be good or disasterous? What do you think?