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EUROBEAT - ALMOST EUROVSION
Love it or loathe it, before Idol, before Popstars...there was Eurovision... the pop music Olympics for more than half a century! Now Eurobeat, the glorious celebration of everything Eurovision heralds the dawn of the first fully interactive musical where the audience votes via text message.
'this gleefully sly send-up ticks every Eurovision cliche' going with sly asides and wit. Glittery, bitchy and hugely camp, Eurovision just got (genuinely) cool.'
THE LONDON PAPER COMPETING COUNTRIES
Choose from Italy, Poland, Iceland, U.K. Russia, Hungary, Greece, Ireland, Germany & Sweden. *New countries can be added to suit your requirements (including Norway, Denmark, Estonia, France, Liechtenstein and others).
HOW THE SHOW WORKS
Each member of audience is handed a country badge at the start of the event. This is 'their adopted country' to support on the night. Armed with flags, clappers and horns (supplied by GNG) the crowd is swept away with euphoric enthusiasm as they support their country who do all they can to win on the night. Winners are chosen by the audience just like with Eurovision - only MUCH quicker!!
Voting is by text message - and all voting is real. No one (not even the cast) knows who will be crowned winners of the night. cost, all voters can be texted the following day to say participating. *cost the same as a local text message
- Suitable for any-sized groups from 50 to 2000
- Suits almost venue - very flexible staging - totally portable
- Conferences, Multicultural Events, Client Entertaining, Corporate Christmas Parties, Product Launches and any event where people come together for a great communal experience
- Perfect for all management levels, nationalities, ages and genders
- Every show is totally dependant on the audience votes
- The corporate version of Eurobeat runs for approx 45 to 50 mins. Full production: Act 1 (1 hour); Act 2 (40 mins).
Nominated for 'Best New Musical' London Theatregoers Awards 2009
Nominated for Best New Musical UK (The Independent, 2008)
Winner of Best New Musical (MTM Awards, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2007)