Dan Looney, Adam Paulden, Jason Haigh-Ellery and Richard Klin for Dlap Group have announced dates for a 2021 and 2022 UK tour of smash-hit musical Rock of Ages.
The musical is set to open at The Alexandra, Birmingham on 19 to 21 August, before touring to Sunderland Empire from 24 to 28 August, Glasgow King’s Theatre from 31 August to 4 September, Liverpool Empire Theatre from 14 to 18 September, New Wimbledon Theatre from 21 to 25 September, Milton Keynes Theatre from 28 September to 2 October, Manchester Opera House from 5 to 9 October, Exeter Northcott Theatre from 19 to 23 October, Dartford Orchard Theatre from 25 to 31 October, Stoke on Trent Regent Theatre from 2 to 6 November, Cheltenham Everyman Theatre from 8 to 13 November, Beck Theatre Hayes from 16 to 20 November, Darlington Hippodrome from 23 to 27 November and Grimsby Auditorium from 30 November to 4 December 2021.
2022 dates include Poole Lighthouse from 18 to 22 January, New Victoria Theatre Woking from 25 to 29 January, Llandudno Venue Cymru from 22 to 2 February, New Brighton Floral Pavilion from 12 to 16 April, Hull New Theatre from 19 to 23 April, Hawth Theatre Crawley from 3 to 7 May, Edinburgh Playhouse from 10 to 14 May, Cardiff New Theatre from 17 to 21 August and Portsmouth King’s Theatre from 14 to 18 June.
Rock of Ages is the hilarious musical comedy lavished with over 25 classic rock anthems, including “Don’t Stop Believin”, “We Built This City”, “The Final Countdown”, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, “Here I Go Again”, “Can’t Fight this Feeling” and “I Want To Know What Love Is”, played loud and proud by an awesome live band.
Leave it all behind and lose yourself in a city and a time where the dreams are as big as the hair, and yes, they can come true!
Now a global smash with hit seasons on Broadway, London’s West End and Las Vegas and a star-studded Hollywood movie version this show promises you the best party night out around.
The musical has a book by Chris D’Arienzo and arrangements and orchestrations by Ethan Popp. It is directed and choreographed by Nick Winston, designed by Morgan Large and has lighting design by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Ben Harrison and musical supervision is by Barney Ashworth.
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