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Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical
Booking until 27 Oct 2018
Dominion Theatre

The streets are heating up as young, rebellious leader Strat falls in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of the most powerful man in post-apocalyptic Obsidian.

Winner of Best Musical at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017 and nominated for eight WhatsOnStage Awards in 2018, Jim Steinman’s smash-hit musical Bat Out Of Hell is a "jaw-dropping spectacle" (Evening Standard).

Originally written as a musical, BAT OUT OF HELL went on to become one of the most iconic and successful albums of all time. 40 years later, Jim Steinman’s critically acclaimed love story for the ages "brings the theatre and its audience thrillingly alive" (The Stage).

★★★★★

"LOUD, EXHILARATING AND BLOWS YOUR SOCKS OFF"

The Independent

Monday – Saturday: 7.30pm
Wednesday and Saturday: 2.30pm

Running time

2 hours 40 minutes (including interval)

Prices

£15 - £175
Pricing Information
Ticket prices include a £1.50 restoration levy.

Advisory Information
The show contains strobe lighting, haze and flame effects. The sound levels are very high throughout the show and there are scenes that include gunshot sound effects.
Age Restrictions 
Due to strong language, partial nudity and scenes of a sexual nature, the show is not recommended for children under the age of 12. Children under the age of 5 unfortunately cannot be admitted.

  • Andrew Polec Strat Actor
  • Christina Bennington Raven Actor
  • Rob Fowler Falco Actor
  • Sharon Sexton Sloane Actor
  • Alex Thomas-Smith Tink Actor
  • Danielle Steers Zahara Actor
  • Wayne Robinson Jagwire Actor
  • Giovanni Spanó Ledoux Actor
  • Patrick Sullivan Blake Actor
  • Kyle Anthony Knightoly Actor
  • Emily Benjamin Mordema Actor
  • Christopher Cameron Liberame Actor
  • Georgia Carling Valkyrie Actor
  • Natalie Chua Spinotti Actor
  • Jonathan Cordin Hollander (Swing, Fight Captain & Assistant Dance Captain) Actor
  • Rob Copeland Batfish Actor
  • Hannah Ducharme Vilmos (Swing) Actor
  • Isaac Edwards Denym Actor
  • Jordan Luke Gage Hoffmann (Alternate Strat) Actor
  • Simon Gordon Equivel (Alternative Strat) Actor
  • Collette Guitart Lunarrow (Swing) Actor
  • Eric Hallengren Vanveeteren Actor
  • Vicki Manser Willowee (Swing) Actor
  • Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky Kwaiden (1st cover Zahara) Actor
  • Aston Newman Hannington Astroganger (Swing) Actor
  • Eve Norris Scherzzo Actor
  • Joseph Peacock O'Dessasuite Actor
  • Kyle Roberts Krolocker (Swing) Actor
  • Craig Ryder Markevitch Actor
  • Dawnita Smith Bessamey Actor
  • Courtney Stapleton Goddesilla (Swing & Dance Captain) Actor
  • Julie Stark Crysteva Actor
  • Charlotte Anne Steen Liebeswooosh Actor
  • Sam Toland Judge (Swing) Actor
  • Jim Steinman Music, Lyrics and Book
  • Jay Scheib Director
  • Emma Portner Choreographer
  • Michael Reed Musical Supervisor and Additional Arrangements
  • Jon Bausor Set Designer
  • Jon Bausor & Meentje Nielsen Costume Designers
  • Finn Ross Video Designer
  • Patrick Woodroffe Lighting Designer
  • Gareth Owen Sound Designer
  • Steve Sidwell Orchestrator
  • David Grindrod Associates Casting
  • Stuart Boother Fight Director
  • Nick Evans Associate Director
  • Michael Naylor Associate Choreographer
  • Robert Emery Musical Director
  • Katherine Hare Resident Director
  • Xena Gusthart Resident Choreographer
  • Stuart Beattie Additional Book Material
  • Steven Rinkoff Music & Audio Consultant to Mr. Steinman
  • Barry Keating Creative Consultant to Mr. Steinman
  • David Sonenberg Producer
  • Michael Cohl Producer
  • Randy Lennox Producer
  • Tony Smith Producer
  • Julian Stoneman & Mark Green for MPSI Ltd UK General Management
  • Simon Marlow Production Manager
  • Roy Gabay for Jumpstart Entertainment US General Management
    "A JAW-DROPPING SPECTACLE"
Evening Standard
    "ASTONISHING...THRILLING"
The Guardian
    "HELLISHLY HARD TO RESIST"
The Daily Telegraph
    "A CRAZY WILD CHILD OF A ROCK’N’ROLL MUSICAL"
The Times
    "BRINGS THE THEATRE AND ITS AUDIENCE THRILLINGLY ALIVE"
The Stage
    "I CAN’T REMEMBER WHEN I LAST SAW A STANDING OVATION AT THE INTERVAL"
The Sunday Times

Rates for group bookings

Groups of 10+
10+ tickets at £42.50 each

Group rates are not available for the performance on 19 April 2018.

Groups of 30+
30+ tickets at £35 each