DISCO fever is about to take Wrexham by storm.

Lost in Music is a brand new show that takes attendees on a musical journey back to the sparkly '70s.

Featuring the hits of Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, Earth Wind & Fire, Sister Sledge and Chic - the show is the brainchild of a father and son duo.

The family-owned business, Entertainers, is run by former comedian Michael Lee Taylor and his actor-turned-promoter son James who have joined forces to entice top performers and the very best renowned tribute shows to the William Aston Hall in Wrexham on December 13.

James, who is also bringing his Dire Straits tribute show to the venue on Mold Road, said: “We're so excited to bring our new show, Lost in Music, to town.

"We launched it in Glasgow and the audience went wild, I've never seen a reaction like it.

"I'm following in my father's footsteps because he originally brought the Four Tops and the Temptations to Essex when I was just four years old and he took me along. Now 30 years on I'm the person putting on the shows."

The dynamic duo have taken on 27 more staff and the results speak for themselves - 'Fastlove', their George Michael tribute act which features Joseph Sansome as George Michael was the biggest selling tribute show in Europe last year.

The father and son duo have also partnered up with Eventim, Europe's biggest ticket agency to drive sales across the world.

Michael, 69, said: "The sky's the limit - the transformation of our business is truly amazing.

"Since James got on board we have shot up from doing 200 shows a year to 1000 and we are now sending shows all over Europe and to America and Canada. Fastlove, for instance, has sold over 150,000 tickets in 15 different countries.

"I've always known that James was a talented actor with a love for music but seeing his creative side in creating the 'Fastlove' show and his promotional skills to match has been a revelation.

"Thanks to his hard work the company I set up single-handedly back in 1994 is now the biggest in the country in the tribute show space.

"Bringing top entertainment back to Wrexham is really exciting for us, we want to give people somewhere to go and see shows and performers in their local area”.

James, who has just returned to the UK from Los Angeles, added: "The show is going all over the UK and we plan is to develop it into a West End show in London"