Experience the thrill of the epic musical hit Bat Out of Hell before it plays its final rockin’ guitar solo at the Dominion Theatre on 5th January 2019. With 17 songs from Jim Steinman’s collaboration with rock ‘n’ roll legend Meat Loaf, it’s a fast-paced thriller that’s a must-see West End production.
Dubbed a “jaw-dropping spectacle” by the Evening Standard, Bat Out of Hell includes the hits “Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad”, “You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth”, “I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” and “Dead Ringer For Love”.
Book now for this critically-acclaimed production of seismic proportions at the Dominion Theatre before it leaves the West End on 5th January 2019.
Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical will perform five special performances where the audience will be able to sing along with the cast to the classic hits. These performances will take place on Wednesday 31 October, Tuesday 27 November and Monday 31 December. On Halloween (31 October) and New Year’s Eve (31 December), the audiences will also have the option to come dressed as their favourite character from the show or from one of Meat Loaf’s iconic videos. The best dressed audience member on each night will go home that evening with a Bat Out Hell – The Musical poster signed by Meat Loaf himself.
The show is providing a surtitle screen that will allow everyone who wants to, to sing along with the show.
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Please note: The show contains strobe lighting, haze and flame effects. The sound levels are very high throughout and there are scenes that include gunshot sound effects. Due to strong language, partial nudity and scenes of a sexual nature, the show is not recommended for children under the age of 12. Parental guidance should be used for children aged between 12 and 16. For further information, please contact the Box Office. Children under the age of 5 unfortunately cannot be admitted.
Jordan Luke Gage and Christina Bennington play the musical’s central roles, Strat and Raven.
Rob Fowler and Sharon Sexton portray Falco and Sloane. They are joined by Alex Thomas-Smith (Tink), Danielle Steers (Zahara), Wayne Robinson (Jagwire), Giovanni Spanó (Ledoux) and Ryan Anderson (Blake).
At certain performances, Strat will be played by Simon Gordon.
The full cast for Bat Out of Hell includes: Kyle Anthony, Emily Benjamin, Christopher Cameron, Georgia Carling, Natalie Chua, Jonathan Cordin, Rob Copeland, Hannah Ducharme, Isaac Edwards, Collette Guitart, Eric Hallengren, Vicki Manser, Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky, Aston Newman Hannington, Eve Norris, Joseph Peacock, Kyle Roberts, Craig Ryder, Dawnita Smith, Courtney Stapleton, Julie Stark, Charlotte Anne Steen and Sam Toland.
Bat Out of Hell is a high-octane, post-apocalyptic romance that follows the rebellious relationship between Strat and Raven, the beautiful daughter of a despotic leader.
Joined by his wild gang, The Lost, Strat sets out to rescue his love in a full throttle tale of youthful rebellion and teenage love lived through a rock ‘n’ roll theatrical fantasy that’s hard to resist falling in love with.
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The show contains strobe lighting, haze and flame effects. The sound levels are very high throughout the show and there are scenes that include gunshots sound effects.
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The theatre can be seen from the station, on the corner of the crossroads between Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street.