Bananarama coming to Edinburgh

January 1, 2018 by  

One of the biggest pop bands of the 1980s is set to visit Edinburgh for the first time in their long and successful career later this year, as they take to the stage against the backdrop of the city’s famous castle.

Bananarama enjoyed huge success during the decade of leg-warmers and shoulder pads and they retain a loyal fanbase who love to wallow in the nostalgia evoked by their many hits – which suggests that ticket sales will be brisk for their performance in the city, during the summer.

The show at the castle will be a one-off gig following 2017’s triumphant UK tour, which featured all three original members Siobhan Fahey, Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin, after they opted to get back together last year.

Those able to grab a ticket can expect to hear songs such as ‘Venus’, ‘Shy Boy and ‘Cruel Summer’ at the show, scheduled for the 20th July, with Fahey telling a reporter from The List that it would be an occasion to remember for pop fans:

“We perform all our hits and we’re really looking forward to taking our live show outdoors. I’m sure the atmosphere is going to be electric at Edinburgh Castle.”

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