Martin Kemp: returning ‘To The 80s’ at Leeds Warehouse

Spandau Ballet legend Martin Kemp has declared his ‘Back To The 80s’ show will head Leeds in 2020.

The TV heart-throb will be returning to Yorkshire to turn all the best hits from an original pop time at a night destined to be a relentless singalong with the show heading for The Warehouse setting on Saturday, April 4.

Following a string of rapturously got and sold out shows around the nation all through 2019, Martin will carry the gathering to the much discussed fundamental Leeds club setting presently revamped with a state of the art sound system and lights.

As the hitmaker behind ‘Gold’, ‘True’ and endless different works of art, it’s sheltered to state Martin is something of a specialist with regards to that really trailblazing decade for popular music.

Presently he plans to be your guide on a night that will ship you back to the period on a rollercoaster ride through its best pop picks.

With a reputation for enormous singalongs throughout the night, this night vows to be the greatest 80s to hit Leeds this year.

Talking about his current Back To The 80s visit, Martin says: “It’s amazing! People absolutely lose themselves, singing to every word, It’s the most euphoric atmosphere I have ever been in, in my life!”

Close by his popular role as bassist in the notable new wave outfit Spandau Ballet who have sold a huge number of records around the world, Martin is likewise a colossal TV character who has featured in any semblance of The Krays and Eastenders and hit the features with his noteworthy appearances on Channel 4’s Celebrity Island With Bear Grylls a year ago, and with his renowned child Roman on Celebrity Gogglebox.