Rock of Ages

The show, opening at The Churchill Theatre in Bromley on 20th September, has now extended its running time, with more venues added to the tour for 2019.

This year the show will be visiting Bromley, Manchester, Wycombe, Darlington, Dublin, Liverpool, Cardiff, Birmingham, Dartford and Sheffield.

Further to these dates, Rock of Ages will now also play Glasgow King’s Theatre from 22nd to 26th January 2019, His Majesty’s Theatre Aberdeen between 29th January and 2nd February 2019, and Regent Theatre Stoke-on-Trent from 12th to 16th February 2019, to name a few.

Synopsis: Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages is an LA love story lavished with more than 25 classic rock anthems. The story takes place in a city and a time where ‘the dreams are as big as the hair’ and can come true.

The musical comedy features songs including We Built This City, The Final Countdown, Here I Go Again, Can’t Fight this Feeling and I Want To Know What Love Is, played by a live band.

Further 2019 tour dates

The Hawth Theatre, Crawley: 19th – 23rd February 

New Wimbledon Theatre: 26th February – 2nd March 

Ipswich Regent Theatre: 5th – 9th March 

Coventry Belgrade Theatre: 12th – 16th March 

New Theatre Oxford: 19th – 23rd March

Theatre Royal Nottingham: 2nd – 6th April 

Bristol Hippodrome: 16th – 20th April

Grand Opera House York: 23rd – 28th April

Edinburgh Playhouse: 30th April – 4th May 

Northampton Royal & Derngate: 7th – 11 May 

Swansea Grand Theatre: 14th – 19th May

New Victoria Theatre Woking: 21st – 25th May

Marlowe Theatre Canterbury: 25th – 29th June 

Blackpool Winter Gardens: 2nd – 6th July 

Sunderland Empire: 23rd – 27th July 

The full tour schedule along with casting is to be announced soon.  

Organisers wanting to book the show for their group should contact their chosen theatres for details on group rates.

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