We Will Rock You
  • West End

With 24 of Queens biggest hits delivered in a show that boasts the scale and spectacle that marked the bands legendary live performances, this will be one of the most spectacular musicals to tour the world.

Unprecedented success in theatres around the world has paved the way for We Will Rock You to make the step into arenas, where the Rock Theatrical will be performed in front of thousands of rock fans every night. The world tour will see the show visit arenas in Finland, Denmark, Holland, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Turkey, Bulgaria and the UK and Ireland in 2013. Further dates in Japan, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia will be announced shortly.

On announcing the Arena tour, Queens Brian May said: After our first 10 years in Rock Theatricality, this is the next giant step for WWRY - and the show will feature a brand new arena-size design - a big night out for all!

The last WWRY UK tour visited six cities across 13 months. The tour sold over half a million tickets, setting and smashing box office records and was crowned the UKs favourite show at the prestigious Olivier awards. The London production of the show has just celebrated its 10th birthday and it is the longest running musical ever staged at the West Ends Dominion Theatre, booking until October 2012. The show has thrilled over seven million people in the UK, and close on 15 million people in 17 countries worldwide.

The songs will have even the most curmudgeonly punter tapping their feet and remind you just how fabulous Queen were. " The Independent

"An Unmissable event and a sumptuous piece of musical theatre. The Show Must Go On, and on" - Capital Radio, October 2002 Howard Abernethy

"The spectacular West End musical" - Daily Mirror

"There was wild applause at the climax of the show....and it only got louder" - The Daily Telegraph

"The audience - love it. They cheer and clap and laugh a lot" - Q Magazine

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