Saturday Night Fever set to raise Mandurah's temperature

The Best of the Bee Gees takes original Bee Gees drummer, Colin "Smiley" Petersen on the road to Mandurah in March, for a world exclusive of the first-hand stories behind a massive catalogue of mega-hits.

Colin was the earliest non-Gibb band member and shares screen time in the latest bio-pic, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart.

He was essential to the Bee Gees sound, driving the evolution of the Super Group on stage and in the studio over five albums and number one singles - Massachusetts, To Love Somebody, New York Mining Disaster, I Started A Joke and many more.

The Best of the Bee Gees show features Evan Webster (Barry Gibb), Russell Davey (Robin Gibb) and Greg Wain (Maurice Gibb), and has brought global audiences hustling to their feet for more than two decades.

"It's wonderful that these incredible songs live on through this great show and I am thrilled to add another dimension by sharing my memories," Colin said.

It would be a Tragedy to miss this ultimate tribute celebrating an iconic set list of soaring three-part harmonies and timeless classics such as Saturday Night Fever, How Deep Is Your Love, Stayin' Alive, Grease, Jive Talkin', Spicks & Specks, Words, To Love Somebody, Massachusetts, I Started a Joke, I've Got to Get a Message to You, Too Much Heaven, You Should Be Dancing and others.

Tickets are on sale now for Saturday, March 6 at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre; $79 Adult and $69 Concession 6+ inclusive of all fees and charges. Accompanied children under 18 are free.

To book call MPAC on 9550 3900 or go to