6 December 2015
Reviewed by Colin Rogers
We arrived at the Lowry Theatre at 1pm as stated on the tickets to see Diversity present ‘Up Close and Personal’ The Exclusive Tour 2015, created by Ashley Banjo but got told they do come on till 1:45 so we hung around for a while and we eventually go to our seats to find we were in a great seats with a perfect view for the show.
It was full so I knew that it be promising. I’ve seen Diversity on television plenty of times and they are always fantastic. They came on stage at around 2pm and it was totally breath-taking how they danced as a group all in sync with each other. In some parts of the show I was close to tears even.
They told the story of how they met at the beginning of their careers and how they won Britain’s Got Talent. Also how they learned how to dance by watching Fred Astaire and Michael Jackson and also Elvis, they did some routines of all of these which were amazing.
The light show and stage props were awesome and so were the backing singers and musicians.
The show lasted for about 90 minutes with a break halfway through and god knows how they danced and back flipped and spun on their heads amongst other moves that long, it was unreal and very energetic.
Me and my daughter was so glad we seen these live now and will definitely see them again in their Genesis 2017 tour.
All I can is WOW! Go and see them at a town near you is all I have to say.
For more information about Diversity and tour dates visit www.diversityofficial.com.
For other shows at The Lowry in Manchester visit www.thelowry.com.
The Lowry, Pier 8, Salford Quays, Manchester, M50 3AZ | 0843 208 6000