Born from a chance meeting on a train of world Disco Dancing Champion Julie Brown and prospective Everyman Artistic Director Ken Campbell, The Disco Queen was seen as the Everyman's alternative to a traditional pantomime in the 1980-1981 season. Billed as a modern fairy story, the plot was more or less improvised on the spot by Campbell during his interview for the post of Artistic Director.
Artistic Director: Ken Campbell
Director: Ken Campbell
"Disco for the Voyeur? No - the Disco Connoisseur will be relieved to find that the whole audience is free to take to the stage with Julie [Brown, world Disco Champion] for a Disco Dancing Contest of joyous proportions."
-From the Press Release