Rock Of Ages is hitting the road, man, just when the West End has said goodbye to the feel-good 1980s musical.
It comes to Aylesbury Waterside and Milton Keynes this summer and makes it to the New Theatre, Oxford this October. In-between it’ll stop at a venue near you.
The show, with more rock anthems than a compilation album, stars Ben Richards (Footballers’ Wives) as Stacee Jaxx and former Hear’Say’s Noel Sullivan as Drew Boley.
Richards returns to the stage in Rock of Ages after an extensive career in London’s West End and around the UK.
Sullivan has carved out a a successful musical theatre career since leaving the heady world of pop behind.
He is currently playing Tick in the UK and Ireland tour of Priscilla Queen of the Desert and has previously starred as Galileo in We Will Rock You and Danny Zuko in Grease, both in the West End.
A celebration of classic 80s rock culture, the show tells the story of a small town girl and a big city rocker falling in love to the greatest songs of the decade.
Featuring a fantastic soundtrack including classic rock anthems like We Built This City, The Final Countdown, I Wanna Know What Love Is and Don’t Stop Believin, the show brings its wild celebration of Los Angeles rock culture to the UK.
Warning: This show may unleash your inner rock god, and have you reaching for your air guitar in the aisles.