From The Spice Girls to Britney Spears - Relive the glory days of the 90s at Sunderland's Fire Station

From The Spice Girls and Supergrass to Britney Spears and Bryan Adams, 90s anthems are set to raise the roof at Sunderland’s Fire Station.

As part of the new venue’s second season, the critically-acclaimed 90s Live! tribute show is coming to The Fire Station on Saturday, September 24.

The show features the greatest hits of the decade, from Take That to Oasis and The Spice Girls to Supergrass plus every chart-topper in between – including Britney Spears, Ricky Martin, The Vengaboys, Bryan Adams, Boyzone, Shania Twain, Aqua, Lou Bega, Eternal, B*witched, Wet Wet Wet, Ace of Base, 2 Unlimited, S Club 7, Gina G, Pulp, Blur and Shampoo.

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James Taylor, of show producers Entertainers, said: “90s Live! will spice up your life, taking you back for good and hit you one more time in the ultimate Nineties party night out.

90s Live is heading to Sunderland

“The music of a generation is brought to life with fantastic vocals, genius costumes and of course; all the dance moves you know and love, and don’t worry if you have forgotten, we’ll remind you. For one night only, live on stage, the 1990s are celebrated in style.”

Tamsin Austin, Venue Director at The Fire Station, added: “The show has a sensational live band and a talented cast and will be a great party night for those who love nineties music. The show also features state of the art LED screens, multiple costume changes and a light show to bring together all your favourites songs from the 90s.”

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The Fire Station date is part of a national tour and tickets cost £22. Students can get a ten per cent discount and under-14s must be accompanied by an adult.

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90s Live is heading to Sunderland

The evening before, Friday, September 23, The Fire Station hosts another tribute night when Sweet Caroline, The Ultimate tribute to Neil Diamond, arrives at the venue.

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The following week Ricky Ross, songwriter and lead singer of legendary Deacon Blue, appears at The Fire Station in support of his new album, Short Stories Volume 2. With Ricky at the piano, he will present songs from across his career and share stories from his forthcoming autobiography Walking Back Home. Ricky brings his show to the Fire Station on Tuesday, September 27.

For tickets for all of the above shows, go to www.thefirestation.org.uk