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WE WILL ROCK YOU TOUR

We Will Rock YouWe Will Rock You is to embark on a new UK tour next year into 2020. Since 2002 over 16 million theatregoers in 19 counties have seen this awe-inspiring production.

Casting news so far is that Ian McIntosh (Beautiful) will play Galileo with  Elena Skye (Kinky Boots) as Scaramouche. Jennifer O'Leary (Heathers)/Killer Queen with Michael McKell (Macbeth) as Buddy. Adam Strong (Rock of Ages) as Khashoggi, Michael McKell/Buddy and David-Michael Johnson (Jesus Christ Superstar) will return to the show in the role of Brit. Amy di Bartolomeo (Bat Out of Hell) will play Oz.

Completing the cast will be ensemble members Emily Olive Boyd, Kate Leiper, Joanne Harper, Anna Davey, Edward Leigh, Emily Olive Boyd, Laura Ava-Scott, Crystal Leah, Victoria Collins, Jack Chambers, Andrés Quero Marin, Andrés Quero Marin, Sam Robinson/Ensemble/Puff, Sjoerd van der Meer/Alternate Galileo/Ensemble, Jacob Feary/ Swing/Dance Captain and Ellie Mitchell/Swing

In the year 2309 the earth - now known as Planet Mall - is governed by the Killer Queen, who is the head of the Globalsoft Corporation. Conformity reigns.

We Will Rock You charts the journey of the Bohemians who are a small group of freedom fighters raging against the Killer Queen. They believe in free thought and creative music, with the heroes Galileo and Scaramouche desperate to recapture the Golden Age (1990 or whatever) - a time they call 'Rhapsody'.

This is achieved using Queen's greatest hits including "I Want to Break Free", "Under Pressure", "Who Wants to Live Forever", "A Kind of Magic", "Radio Ga Ga" and "We Will Rock You". The Killer Queen performs  some excellently descriptive numbers: "Play the Game", "Don't Stop Me Now" and "Another One Bites the Dust"

The production is directed by Ben Elton with Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor as music supervisors. Arlene Phillips oversees the musical staging and choreography.

Below are the dates we have so far with more venues and casting news to follow.

Bromley Churchill
19-21 September 2019
Ipswich Regent
23-28 September
Sheffield Lyceum
30 September-5 October
Edinburgh Playhouse
7-12 October
Newcastle Theatre Royal
14-19 October
Derry Millenium Forum
21-26 October
Dublin
28th October-2nd November
Southend Cliffs Pavilion
5-9 November
Leeds Grand
12-23 November
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
26-30 November
Plymouth Theatre Royal
2-7 December
Glasgow Theatre Royal
9-28 December
Blackpool Winter Gardens
6- 11 January 2020
Hull New Theatre
13-18 January
Southampton Mayflower
20-25 January
Manchester Palace
27 January-8 February
Aberdeen His Majesty's
10-15 February
Bradford Alhambra
17-22 February
Canterbury Marlowe
24-29 February
Oxford New
2-7 March
Llandudno Venue Cymru
9-14 March
Bristol Hippodrome
16-21 March
Milton Keynes Theatre
23-28 March
Liverpool Empire
30 March-4 April
Cardiff Millennium Centre
6-12 April
Birmingham Hippodrome
20 April - 2 May
Norwich Theatre Royal
4-9 May
Northampton Royal
11-16 May
Bournemouth International Centre
18-23 May
Stoke Regent
25 -30 May
Newcastle Theatre Royal
15-20 June
Southend Cliffs Pavilion
23-27 June
Reading Hexagon
7-11 July