You Win Again - the Story of the Bee Gees


You Win Again - the Story of the Bee Gees
This incredible production features the story of one of the greatest bands of our time, from their early triumphs to their devastating decline and on to their meteoric climb back to the top... to become the multi-million selling Bee Gees - the supergroup we know and love today. The Gibb Brothers were not only masters of the concert show, performers of generation-defining songs, they also came to represent one of the greatest songwriter collectives ever. However, their journey to the top was never an easy ride... Spanning the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties, You Win Again is gloriously set, the story unfolding against an intriguing backdrop of light and shade. The glittering, superstar songstresses who carried many of the biggest Gibb Brothers' penned songs to the top of the charts contrasted by the "dark external corruption" that blighted the three brothers' lives. This wonderful night of musical theatre features not only incredible portrayals of Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb - it is also a wonderful, all-live production that brings their superb songs to life. You Win Again - a brand-new musical telling the tale of the ultimate contradiction. It is the story of a family torn apart. A tale of brothers who came to learn the hard way that the whole is greater than the sum of its component parts, but who wrote truly beautiful songs that inspired a generation. Theirs is a story that needs to be told.

Tour details for You Win Again - the Story of the Bee Gees

Between 4th April 2018 and 11th November 2018 this tour will visit 40 venues in Hastings, Folkestone, Poole, Grimsby, Warrington, Southsea, St Albans, Loughborough, Cheltenham, Rhyl, Aldershot, Carmarthen, Malvern, Cambridge, Chatham, Outer London, Stockport, Crewe, Caerphilly, Billingham, Southend-on-Sea, Birmingham, Northampton, Worthing, Milton Keynes, Chesterfield, Whitley Bay, Manchester, Oxford, Torquay, Cardiff, Dunstable, Bolton, Leicester, Crawley, Woking, Peterborough, Dundee, Blackburn and Scunthorpe. This production has already been seen in 39 venues since 30th January 2017.

Dates for You Win Again - the Story of the Bee Gees (Concert) tour

Wed, 4th April 2018
  White Rock Theatre, Hastings» {2}

Thu, 5th April 2018
  Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone» {2}

Sat, 7th April 2018
  The Auditorium, Grimsby» {2}

Sun, 8th April 2018
  Parr Hall, Warrington» {2}

Wed, 11th April 2018
  Kings Theatre Portsmouth, Southsea» {3}

Thu, 12th April 2018
  Alban Arena, St Albans» {2}

Fri, 13th April 2018
  Town Hall, Loughborough»

Sat, 14th April 2018
  Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham» {2}

Sun, 15th April 2018
  Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl» {2}

Tue, 17th April 2018
  Princes Hall, Aldershot» {2}

Thu, 19th April 2018
  Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen» {1}

Fri, 20th April 2018
  Malvern Theatres, Malvern» {2}

Sat, 21st April 2018
  Corn Exchange, Cambridge» {2}

Sun, 22nd April 2018
  The Central Theatre, Chatham» {2}

Wed, 25th April 2018
  Millfield Theatre, Outer London»

Thu, 26th April 2018
  Plaza Theatre, Stockport» {2}

Fri, 27th April 2018
  Lyceum Theatre, Crewe» {2}

Sun, 29th April 2018
  Forum Theatre, Billingham» {1}

Mon, 30th April 2018
  Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea» {2}

Thu, 3rd May 2018
  New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham» {1}

Wed, 9th May 2018
  The Deco, Northampton» {2}

Thu, 10th May 2018
  Pavilion Theatre, Worthing» {2}

Fri, 11th May 2018
  Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes» {1}

Sun, 13th May 2018
  The Winding Wheel, Chesterfield» {1}

Thu, 17th May 2018
  Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay» {1}

Wed, 29th August 2018
  Opera House, Manchester» {1}

Fri, 31st August 2018
  New Theatre, Oxford» {1}

Sat, 1st September 2018
  Babbacombe Theatre, Torquay» {1}

Thu, 6th September 2018
  St David's Hall, Cardiff» {1}

Fri, 7th September 2018
  Grove Theatre, Dunstable» {1}

Mon, 10th September 2018
  Bolton Town Hall, Bolton» {1}

Fri, 21st September 2018
  De Montfort Hall, Leicester» {1}

Tue, 25th September 2018
  The Hawth, Crawley» {1}

Wed, 26th September 2018
  New Victoria Theatre, Woking» {1}

Thu, 27th September 2018
  The Cresset, Peterborough» {2}

Sat, 6th October 2018
  Caird Hall, Dundee» {1}

Thu, 8th November 2018
  King George's Hall, Blackburn» {1}

Sun, 11th November 2018
  Baths Hall, Scunthorpe»
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User Reviews

Overall: 3.60
Mrs. C (18Apr17): I went to see this show on Easter Sunday with my husband and son at the Palace Theatre in Manchester. We all love the Bee Gees and they, in particular are very musical. To say we were disappointed would be an understatement. From the outset Martin Spooner was poor and dreadful at trying to get the audience to participate. Basically no charisma and he is no singer. The other two weren't much better with Yvan Silva's voice saving parts of the show. Putting 3 men in leather outfits and dark glasses does not a Bee Gee make. I would have to disagree with the reviewer before me who thought the narrator lent something to the show. We found his delivery weak and the script poor. The dancers tried hard but the whole production was unpolished, amateurish and over priced for what we got. It is rare that the Palace get it wrong but they did so this time. We left at the interval. Words..... we were lost for them. 1
Bob Angles (07Feb17): We saw this show in Bournemouth. I love musicals and this was excellent. The narration was informative and linked with the music well. The three guys were incredible and every song was really close to the original. The girl who sang Celine Dion was so good my wife thought she was lip syncing.Shame I can't remember her name. Almost everybody in the theatre were up on their feet dancing by the end. It was a brilliant night. Thank you all. 4
Stephen Wright (02Feb17): What an excellent night it was, my wife and I thoroughly enjoy this show, it was both informative and entertaining, people were dancing in their seats and there was a brilliant atmosphere in the theatre. The 3 Bee gee guys were excellent and look and sound very much like the Gibb brothers with their beautiful harmonies set with the added benefit of beautiful dancers behind them and a tight live band giving the show great energy, but also there are some nice poignant moments of dialogue from Stigwood who tells the story of the Beegees between songs which was sensitively delivered. 4
Gemma Smith (02Feb17): Having worked in the West End for 20 some years I went to the Opening Night of You Win Again unsure what to expect. Was it a tribute show or a musical? What it turned out to be was an extremely fun night out! How you can you not have a good night with such brilliant music being performed with so much enthusiasm. The brothers Gibb were portrayed acuratly although they seemed not to stay true to which brother sang which song originally. The narration, although wonderfully delivered left the audience from a musical high to a bit of a class room bump as it upset the momentum of the show to a degree. The dancers who unfortunately are not credited, worked hard all night producing an unwavering glamour and real show biz sparkle which complimented the three leading men wonderfully well. All in all You Win Again is a fabulous fun night so much so I've booked up to see it again! 5
Simone Weller (02Feb17): I approached this with a very open mind, i was not expecting much at all to be frank. Having been a theatre reviewer for some 14 years i have seen all sorts! Well, the nucleus of this story has to be the main characters, Barry Robin and Maurice Gibb, although i use the word characters loosely as there was quite literally no interaction with the audience and as much as i hate to say it, no talent by our three main men! to be fair, one of them Yvan Silva who plays Maurice does have a glorious top register in his vocal which lends itself beautifully to Bee Gees songs but the other two Rowan Lyle who portrays Barry and Martin Spooner who portrays Robin Gibb were awful, whoever cast this production should be ashamed of their choices when it comes to the Bee Gees, it was amateurs in a professional setting. How this production can call itself a musical is beyond me. we are treated to some very beautiful dancers which at least allow for a lovely visual and take some of the focus away from the three statues at the front. Holding it all in place is a young actor named Stewart (i could not find his second name and there was no mention of him in the program)now Stuart portrays Robert Stigwood and tells the story by way of flash back direct through the wall to the audience, This young man does a fantastic job with a script which at times is witty and at times quite poignant and all be it brief, tells us what we need to know very well. The show promises guest appearances, we had one, Celine Dion is portrayed by Louise beautifully and totally stole the show for me, i didn't want her to leave the stage! this production could have been so much but sadly due to awful casting of the Group in question falls so short. i wanted a musical what i got was a bad tribute made up of old men surrounded by a fine young actor and some lovely dancers! these ingredients worked but the main ingredient certainly did not. on this occasion You Win Again....Lost!! 4

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