Martin Kemp reduces ticket prices for NHS staff for his 80s Party at Scarborough Spa

As a thank you to NHS staff, Martin Kemp has reduced ticket prices for his Back To The 80s DJ Set which will visit Scarborough Spa later in the year.

Wednesday, 24th June 2020, 4:45 pm
Martin Kemp will play Scarborough Spa in November
Martin Kemp will play Scarborough Spa in November

With a valid NHS ID, NHS staff can now gain a 20 percent discount on tickets for the party on Friday November 6.

Set to be the biggest 80s party to hit Scarborough this year, the one and only Spandau Ballet legend and TV heart-throb will play pop music from the decade of leg warmers and shoulder pads.

Alongside his famous role as bassist in the iconic new wave outfit Spandau Ballet who have sold millions of records worldwide, Martin is also a huge TV personality who has starred in the likes of The Krays, EastEnders and most recently on Celebrity Gogglebox with his son Roman.

Dressing in the fashion from the decade for the night is an absolute must, so don’t forget to dig out those leg warmers, shoulder pads and other stylistic stunners that helped you stand out from the pack in that iconic era.

Martin said: “This show will be a lot of fun and the ultimate return to the ’80s, Music is everyone’s life soundtrack and transports us all to the best times of our lives. I think we all need that right now. Expect one of the most euphoric nights you’ve had since the ’80s.”

Tickets can be purchased online via Scarborough Spa’s website here A message from the editor

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