Martin Kemp Edinburgh event: Spandau Ballet star returns to Capital for 'Back to the 80s' DJ set next week

As venues throw open their doors again, Martin Kemp will be bringing his 'Back To The 80s’ DJ set to Scotland for a series of shows including an Edinburgh date from next week.

Thursday, 5th August 2021, 4:20 pm
Updated Thursday, 5th August 2021, 4:22 pm
Martin Kemp will be bringing his 'Back To The 80s’ DJ set to Scotland for a series of shows including a night at Edinburgh's Liquid Rooms in August (Photo: Lee Harper).

The TV personality and Spandau Ballet star will be hitting Edinburgh’s Liquid Rooms on August 12 where he will be turning the clock to host a special 1980s night as part of a Scotland-wide DJ night series.

The actor, musician, producer and DJ will be taking to the decks, spinning all the best of the hits from the 80’s, and presenting some of the biggest 80’s nights to hit the nation this summer.

80s fashion for the night is a must, so attendees should fish out those leg warmers, shoulder pads and other stylistic stunners that helped you stand out from the pack in that iconic era.

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In anticipation of the shows, 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.”

Mr Kemp will also be bringing the party to Glasgow’s Oran Mor the following night (August, 13).

Doors will open at 7pm for both venues and final tickets are on sale now.

Those who attended must be aged 18 and over.

Some protective measures will stay in place such as the use of face coverings indoors and the collection of contact details as part of Test and Protect.

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