Pet Shop Boys Pandemonium tour started in Russia this week with shows in St Petersburg on Wednesday and Moscow on Thursday. The spectacular production features Chris on keyboards and drums, Neil on vocals and four singing dancers and was conceived by Es Devlin (who created the 2006 Cubism show) with musical arrangements by Stuart Price and Pet Shop Boys. Pete Gleadall is musical director. The show includes songs rarely or never performed live by Pet Shop Boys, including "Two divided by zero", "Why don't we live together?' and "Do I have to?", as well as new songs like "The way it used to be" and "Love etc." and PSB classics such as "It's a sin" and "Being boring". The next show is in Luxembourg tomorrow. Full details of the tour can be found in our Tour section.
12 June 2009