THE Hoff will arrive in Wolverhampton next week to take to the stage in the explosive new musical Last Night A DJ Saved My Life.

David Hasselhoff plays Ross, Ibiza’s top 80s DJ who doesn’t realise a new decade has dawned and disco is out and the club scene is in.

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He tries to keep up with the times with Mandy, his new younger girlfriend (Kim Tiddy, from The Bill and Hollyoaks), but matters are complicated when his teenage daughter Penny (Stephanie Webber from BBC’s The Voice) arrives to stay.

She’s no longer a demure school girl, but a wild child who quickly falls for Rik, the holiday rep played by Shane Richie Jnr.

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It’s the story of two generations colliding, as a badly behaved parent tries to control a wild child teenager.

But the hilarious hit fest also has a softer side and is a touching father and daughter drama set against a background of sun, sea, sex, drugs and hits that take audiences back to the 80s and 90s when everyone wore denim overalls, girls had hair scrunchies and guys played Nintendo Game Boy.

Speaking about his exciting new role The Hoff said: “See it. Believe it. Live it. This is my motto and I am living it now. I can’t wait to bring something new and different to UK theatre audiences.

“I absolutely love live theatre and the interaction with the audience. To play a character that I can relate to while celebrating an era of fantastic music is going to be Hofftastic.

“This is going to be a great production and I can’t wait to see the audience reaction. I guarantee you will be singing all night long!”

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The musical features hit songs from the 80s and 90s including: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Relight My Fire, Papa Don’t Preach, Wannabee, Can’t Touch This and of course, the Baywatch theme.

The show runs at Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre from November 17-21.

Tickets start at £17 and are available by clicking here.