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We Will Rock You tickets - the Dominion Theatre - 50% off - limited offer

An unforgettable gem of original music by the legendary Queen... 50% off in July only.
Book now to see We Will Rock You it is pure theatrical dynamite!

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Seen by over five million people worldwide, We Will Rock You storms into its seventh year and is the biggest rock theatrical event of the century! This sensational mega-hit phenomenon continues to raise the roof and brings audiences to their feet with rapturous standing ovations every night.

This must-see show includes 24 of Queen's biggest hits performed each night by one of the most talented casts of actors & singers in the West End, with live performances of such classics as We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions and Bohemian Rhapsody.

It's a futuristic musical wherein an evil queen who despises rock music and her aide attempt to banish this music and anyone who dares listen to it. However, the aide not only harbours a secret love for the music he is supposed to persecute, he also has insane ambitions of his own.

Neatly coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the first release of its title song, We Will Rock You, the band's worldwide hit musical, is taking on a new group of champions to take it into its seventh year from opening on Monday October 1.

Ricardo Afonso will replace Peter Johansson and takes over the role of Galileo 'the chosen one' who takes on the mighty Global soft Corporation on his quest to re-ignite the power of live rock and roll. The show marks his West End debut.

The role of the lippy Scaramouch who eggs Galileo on to become a hero is taken by Sabrina Aloueche, in her first West End leading role.
Julian Littman steps into the well-worn sandals of Pop. He is perfectly cast as the hippy librarian who knows the secrets of the "texts" and leads Galileo and the rebels to the Place of Living Rock where the Champions once played.

Having covered the role since last October when he joined the cast, Lain Gray moves up to flex his muscles as Badass Britney, the Bohemian who leads the rebels in their fight against the corporation.

Sure to please the show's legions of regular visitors, two of its most popular actors will continue in their roles: Mazz Murray as Killer Queen and Alex Bourne as Killer Queen's perfect foil and fellow villain, the silver-tongued, Armani-suited Khashoggi.

TV I'll Do Anything's Rachel Tucker gets ready to rock West End starring in Queen & Ben Elton's We Will Rock You.

In her role in the part of the sassy rebel Meat, Rachel takes on one of the show's biggest showstoppers, No-one But You, the song dedicated to rock's fallen heroes including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Elvis Presley, and of course, Freddie Mercury.

Ian Carlyle is playing the role of Meat's tough-guy partner Britney and Garry Lake as the guardian of the texts Pop.

Directed by Christopher Renshaw
Authored by Queen
Book by Ben Elton
Critics' choice

A high-tech extravaganza.


There's enough electricity coming off this wonderful cast to light up the city.

Michael Parkinson

Queen's musical is a kind of magic... Spectacular.

The Sun

Staff Pick

If you like Queen, then We Will Rock You was made for you! All their amazing songs are there, with a live band to turn the power on. The lead did a great job as Freddie and the story is very funny too. Genius!

Paul Conroy - Holidays Manager
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My Mum loves Queen and was so disapointed when she went to London to see it,
I've taken at least 20 people to see this over the years and they've all loved it! Just don't go in expecting an autobiography or anything and you'll be fine!

As for the deal... I hate ordering from Lastminute for theatre tickets as it doesn't tell you where you're going to be sitting. Top Price seating at the Dominion covers a LOT of seats so I'd prefer to go for an agent that tells you the exact seat number. Check [url]www.theatremonkey.co.uk[/url] for both deals and seating plans.
My Mum loves Queen and was so disapointed when she went to London to see it,

You sure she went to the right theatre? ;-)
When I went, I spotted Brian May standing at the back watching it all.
i go through www.uktw.co.uk when i want to get Tickets to any shows, they usually have some almost half price, they will show the seats that you get before you book them and and along with Theartemonkey (as BOFH) suggested you'll be able to get good seats for a lot less
check them out for tickets for we will rock you
When I went, I spotted Brian May standing at the back watching it all.

He was there when i went to see this, he was escorted to a seat near the front, I feel sorry for the poor ****** that had to sit behind his hair :)
When I went, I spotted Brian May standing at the back watching it all.

Heh, I've been twice (out of about... ten visits I think) and seen Brian perform! Once on his own and once with Rodger on drums. Being five rows from the front of the stalls (which puts you on an eyeline with the stage when you're standing) when icons of rock are playing right in front of you is an incredible experience, even better than being front row at a gig as you can see everything that's going on instead of the up-the-nostril angle you get against the barrier.

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