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Booking Period

Show Opened

12th Apr 2002

Running Time

2 hours 45 minutes

Age Restrictions

Suitable for ages 10 and over. Children aged 4 and under will not be admitted.

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This show has now closed.

The Show Must Go On... until 31st May

What's it all about?

If everything on your radio is sending you Ga Ga and you’re desperate to break free of bad boy bands, it’s definitely time you let this awesome Queen musical work its kind of magic on you.

Awarded an Olivier in 2010 for most popular show and currently playing all over the globe, We Will Rock You is one of the funniest, most thought-provoking nights you’ll ever spend in the theatre, with fantastic costumes and futuristic sets – but, most of all, brilliant music that is sure to have you in (Bohemian) rhapsodies.

What's the story?

As fascinating as it would be to find out more about Freddie Mercury, We Will Rock You isn’t a musical about Queen. Instead, you’ll join rebels Galileo and his on-off girl Scaramouche on iPlanet some time in the distant future, when the world is controlled by a global corporation, conformity is the norm and, worst of all, musical instruments have been banned.

Can the Bohemians defeat the Killer Queen and get planet Earth rocking again or will they get brain-drained and bite the dust? There’s only one way you’ll find out.

Who's in it?

There’s no shortage of high voltage performances with so many great singers involved. Oliver Tompsett (Wicked) plays our hero Galileo with Rachael Wooding (Jersey Boys) as his love interest Scaramouche.

Other faces you might recognise in We Will Rock You are Brenda Edwards (X Factor) as the Killer Queen and Kevin Kennedy as Pop – a real rock star, having started out in a little band called The Smiths.

And it’s just as well the cast is good because otherwise they’d all be, ahem, under pressure. Luckily, we think you’ll agree their renditions of 'Radio Ga Ga', 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love', 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'We Are the Champions' and, of course, 'We Will Rock You' – among many others – are a knock-out.

Who is We Will Rock You suitable for?

With a tongue-in-cheek script by comedian Ben Elton and some of the best riffs in the world, pretty much everyone will come out of We Will Rock You feeling like a champion of the world.

But just in case you’re still not sure, you might be interested to know that some of the world’s biggest stars have already beaten you to it. Among the growing list of famous faces who’ve seen it are singers Beyoncé, Britney and Robbie and actors Michael Caine, Matt Lucas and Judi Dench. So now you know you’ll be in good company, what are you waiting for?

Why book with us?

TheatrePeople.com is your online box office for We Will Rock You tickets, and your one-stop theatre ticket shop for the best seats in the West End. Count on us to provide great service and great discount deals on theatre tickets for all of the plays, comedies and musicals on the London stage. We hope your trip to We Will Rock You at Dominion Theatre is a memorable one, and we look forward to welcoming you to Theatreland.

We Will Rock You reviews - staff

We Will Rock You is a dream for anyone who loves Queen's music and a big spectacle. The production is very visual and has an enormous cast who belt out all of the famous Queen hits. Definitely a good musical for a night out with friends.

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The music was the best aspect, all the Queen classics. The Killer Queen singing was thoroughly entertaining. The sets were bright and created the scenes well. The dancers were excellent and the costume choice was unique.

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I love this show! I love everything: the rebels' beautiful futuristic costumes, the stunning voices of the singers and the legendary music of Queen. This show is a perfect mix between dance, songs and story so for me it is a real MUSICAL! It's a great show for non-native English speakers too, because the dialogue is really easy to understand.

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We Will Rock You reviews - critics

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We Will Rock You reviews - most recent customers

This was my 2nd visit, the first being 2007, and I was just as entertained as before. A truly splendid show with some fabulously talented people. I think I will definitely be back for more...

A birthday present for my wife, she and the kids loved it. I found some of the ensemble songs hard to make out as the music was a little too loud, but I was a minority of one in this family. If you like Queen, or just that period music, there's little not to like.

I would recommend this show to everyone, it was great. We thoroughly enjoyed it. It was not what we expected, but it was fantastic. Very entertaining and also funny. They got a standing ovation from the crowd. Would go again too. X

Fantastic!!!!!!! Enjoyed it from beginning to end.

Brilliant show. Great music, really funny. Great cast

Amazing, really good seats, we came out dancing and seeing. Hassle free tickets

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Did You Know?

Before he got down to work on the show with the band’s guitarist Brian May, Queen drummer Roger Taylor wasn’t keen on the idea. “Musicals are completely foreign to me,” he said. “It's a genre I don't particularly like.” Fortunately, he changed his mind and has been heavily involved in both London and touring versions ever since.

Interestingly, the show’s writer Ben Elton says he’s already created a sequel, using a further 20 Queen hits. But you’ll have to wait a while because he doesn’t think London can take two Queen musicals at once.

Two people who might disagree with that are Kevin Morrissey and Julie Daw, who travelled to Vegas to see the show on their honeymoon. It was their 61st and 42nd times respectively.

Important Information

There is some mild language.

Please note: strobe lighting is used in the performance.

Seats labeled 'Restricted View' are restricted view by a handrail. Customers must be 5'4 in order to see over the handrail clearly. Customers under 5'4 will have the handrail in their view.

Awards

2010 Laurence Olivier Award

Most Popular Long-Running Show

 

2011 Laurence Olivier Award

BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award

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As previously reported, Queen mega-musical We Will Rock You is closing at the West End's Dominion Theatre on 31 May, after 12 record-breaking years there.

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Long-running Queen musical We Will Rock You is closing after 12 years as the tenant of the West End’s Dominion Theatre. Its final performance will be on 31 May, after which the Dominion will accelerate its refurbishment programme before welcoming a new show in 2015, Broadway hit Motown the Musical.

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Evergreen Queen musical We Will Rock You celebrates its 10th anniversary in the West End this year. To mark the occasion, EMI is releasing a special anniversary soundtrack recording on 15 October.

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The Dominion Theatre's ever-popular Queen musical We Will Rock You has its 4000th performance on 20 September. It's also getting an injection of fresh blood on 8 October, when Oliver Tompsett (pictured) and Rachael Wooding take over the respective lead roles of Galileo and Scaramouche.

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Hit musical We Will Rock You is hitting the road with a 10th anniversary international arena tour set to kick off in early 2013. The tour will build on the success of the show’s UK theatre tours in 2010 and 2011.

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Tottenham Court Road trembled under the sheer weight of starpower at last night's tenth birthday celebration of We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre. Joining Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor at the star-studded bash on May 14 were the writer of the show's book, Ben Elton, and Hollywood megastar Robert De Niro.

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