A STRANGER Things parody musical will visit Bournemouth next month.

Stranger Sings is calling at theatres across the UK for a nationwide tour.

The award-winning sci-fi spoof is described as an irreverent twist on the hit Netflix series ‘in all its hair-raising, blockbuster glory’.

Audiences are invited to take a trip to the 80s with their favourite gang for a night of ‘indulgent pop culture references, heavy synth, poor patenting dancing demogorgons’ and more along the way.

Stranger Things fans will be able to catch the show when it comes to the Pavilion Theatre on April 24 at 7.30pm.

A spokesperson said: “Let the incredible original writing of Jonathan Hogue subvert the genre with this fearless parody, where there are too many mullets, a generous helping of fairy lights, and the 80s finally embraces feminism.

"So, hop(per) on your bike and grab your transmitter radio (don’t forget your inhaler); because saving your friends is the answer to this never ending story."

The show completed a sold-out three-month run in London after a successful stint on Broadway.