Britain’s funniest dance duo deconstruct the first ever Now album. Read More >
It is 1983. Madonna releases her first album, Boy George’s Culture Club is top of the UK singles chart with Karma Chameleon and 13-year-old future contemporary dance star Tom Roden illegally tapes the first Now That’s What I Call Music LP onto a C60 cassette.
Fast forward 26 years. Madonna is a divorcee on a mission to adopt Africa, Boy George has been in prison on an abduction charge and Roden has teamed up with Pete Shenton to form New Art Club. Finding the cassette one day, the two of them listen to it and a brand new show is born.
Join Britain’s funniest dance duo as they deconstruct this first ever Now album and jump headlong into the dark pool of days gone by and come out covered in a filthy 80’s gunk.