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Performance Times

Mon
-7.30pm
Tue
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Wed
-7.30 pm
Thu
2.30 pm7.30 pm
Fri
-7.30 pm
Sat
2.30 pm7.30 pm
Sun
3.30pm-

Booking Period

Show Opened

22nd Oct 2016

Book from

19th Oct 2017 - 13th Jan 2019

Running Time

2 hours 30 minutes (Including one interval)

What's it all about?

Winner of the 2017 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music, School of Rock the musical has truly landed in London's West End.

Direct from its Tony Award nominated Broadway debut, School of Rock is tearing up the theatre world on both sides of the Atlantic. Based on the beloved film of the same name, the show features 14 new songs from the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber and all the original songs from the movie. This high-octane smash delivers face-melting guitar riffs and touching romance in equally awesome doses! 

What's the story?

Based on the iconic, hit movie, this irresistible new musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn an extra bit of cash by posing as a supply teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight–A pupils into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands without their parents and the school’s headmistress finding out?

Who's in it?

Gary Trainor stars as Dewey Finn, with Florence Andrews taking on the role of Principal Rosalie Mullins. They are joined by Oliver Jackson, Preeya Kalidas, Jonathan Bourne, Nadeem Crowe, Michelle Francis, Rosanna Hyland, Cassandra McCowan, Joel Montague, Andy Rees, Cameron Sharp, Tasha Sheridan, Andrew Spillett and Lucy Vandi, with Charlotte Bradford, Jason Denton, Cellen Chugg James, Chris Jenkins, Alfie Parker and Charlotte Scott. At certain performances the role of Dewey will be played by Stephen Leask.

There are three child actors cast in each role, appearing in rotation throughout the 8-show a week performance schedule. 

Why book with us?

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School of Rock reviews - staff

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s songs were so catchy – I bought the CD in the interval! The guy playing Dewey was so endearing, and the children were unbelievably good – they looked like they were having the time of their lives, rocking out to this great music. It was brilliant. I think I liked it more than the movie!

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Hands down, the best musical I have seen this year!

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I was lucky enough to see this on Broadway and it is a total triumph. Pure entertainment with a heart-warming story, insanely talented kids and numerous catchy tunes – Andrew Lloyd Webber had us all rocking! I want to be “in the band”! 

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I didn’t want the show to end! I think I was smiling from ear-to-ear throughout the whole thing. The children are so talented and David Fynn is amazing as Dewey. I don’t know how he does it – his energy is infectious and doesn’t falter throughout the whole show. I loved the movie, and I LOVED the musical. 

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School of Rock reviews - critics

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"The most enjoyable few hours money can buy" -
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"Terrific fun" -
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"A triumph for Andrew Lloyd Webber as King of hit musicals" -
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"A big hearted show. Loud and cheeky, a feel-good experience with a hint of anarchic wildness" -

Important Information

Please be advised the performance of School of Rock on Thursday 28th September at 7.30pm will be a Signed performance.

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