DetailsEarly in 1981, four complete strangers sat in the drawing room of a house in Fulham and were told: "you are now Bucks Fizz". In the eight weeks between that first meeting and appearing on "A Song for Europe" on 11th March 1981, Bucks Fizz were hurled into a melee of rehearsing, recording, routining, styling, interviews and photography. All that hard work and effort was to pay dividends - they went on to win the Song For Europe and Eurovision Song Contest 1981 and became household names around the world. Eurovision-conquering quartet Bucks Fizz bagged dozens of ‘douze points’ to be crowned song contest champs in Dublin in 1981. After appearing on Pop Goes the band for Living TV Cheryl Baker and Jay Aston became friends again, deciding to reform as the original Bucks Fizz alongside Mike Nolan. Now they’re bringing their glossy, glittering, high-camp pop revue to Edmonton. This guiltiest of pleasures will be crammed with ra-ra skirts, solid gold pop bangers and much mid-eighties magic.