THE MOST SPECTACULAR MUSICAL TO TOUR THE UK RETURNS! Hitting The Hexagon in July 2020.
The worldwide smash hit musical by Queen and Ben Elton returns to the UK. The multi-million-pound show dazzles all the senses in breath-taking style. Guaranteed to blow your mind, this musical phenomenon is not to be missed!
Since 2002 over 16 million theatergoers in 19 countries have been thrilled by this awe-inspiring production. With 24 of Queen’s biggest hits delivered in a show that boasts the scale and spectacle that marked the bands’ legendary live performances.
Includes 24 of QUEEN'S greatest hits: Radio Ga Ga ~ I Want To Break Free ~ Somebody to Love ~ Killer Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody ~ Don’t Stop Me Now ~ Under Pressure ~ Another One Bites The Dust ~ We Are the Champions ~ We Will Rock You
Wednesday 8 July 2020: Pre-show touch tour
A free pre-show touch tour is available for Blind and Visually Impaired Patrons. The tour starts at 6.15pm and is approx 30 minutes duration. The Touch Tour can be booked online by selecting the relevant option at the checkout or by calling the box office on 0118 9606060. A member of the team will contact you ahead of the tour to confirm booking and any additional access requirements for ticket holders.
Wednesday 8 July 2020: Audio Description
Audio description for Blind and Visually Impaired patrons is available at this performance. Please reserve a headset when booking by selecting the relevant option at the checkout or by calling 0118 9606060
Thursday 9 July 2020 British Sign Language Interpreted Performance.
The interpreter will be located on stage left and our recommended seats for viewing the interpreter are highlighted on the seating plan
For more information on assisted performances and access facilities please click here
We Will Rock You
‘An Unmissable event and a sumptuous piece of musical theatre. The Show Must Go On, and on’
‘A kind of magic. Spectacular. Magnifico!’ The Sun
‘The spectacular musical’ Daily Express
‘An evening of sheer entertainment and enjoyment. The show should run forever!’ Daily Mirror