We Will Rock You at The Dominion Theatre.
We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre, London is a fantastic and entertaining musical based on the songs of Queen with a book by Ben Elton. The musical tells the story of a group of Bohemians who struggle to restore the free exchange of thought, imagination, fashion, and live music in a near distant future where everyone dresses, thinks and does the same. Musical instruments and composers are forbidden, and rock music is all but unknown. Globalisation is complete. Everyone watches the same movies, wears the same clothes, and thinks the same thoughts. A safe, happy Ga Ga world, where individual thoughts are banned. The Company Computers generate the music and the kids download it. All musical instruments are banned. But resistance is growing.
A new hero is needed - Is the one who calls himself Galileo that man, and can he help them Break Free...?
Legendary band Queen, fronted by the dynamic Freddie Mercury before his death in 1991, have been making music together since the 70's and have now joined forces with writer Ben Elton to bring their unique sound to London’s West End.
This mega-musical, seen by over 5 million people around the world, includes 32 of Queen's classic hits, including Killer Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, and more. One dream... one vision... one smash hit. With standing ovations every night, the phenomenal We Will Rock You continues to go from strength to strength at the Dominion Theatre – book today!
The Dominion Theatre, London
The building was originally constructed in 1928 and converted to cinema use in 1930.
This was once the site for the St Giles’s Leper Hospital, founded in 1101 by Matilda, Queen of Henry I. A brewery had covered the ground as far back as 1764, and in 1809 Henry Meux took possession of the brewery, naming it Meux’s Brewery.
This was pulled down in 1922, and while the site was vacant, it was used by O’Brien’s Fun Fair. In 1925 the site was levelled and opened as ‘Luna Park’.
Construction of the Dominion Theatre commenced in March 1928. It was built on two sites; the entrance hall and café being built on the site of the former Court Cinema (which existed from October 1911 – March 1928), with the auditorium and stage on a site previously occupied by Meux’s brewery. The Dominion opened on 3rd October 1929 with an American musical comedy on golf by De Sylvia Brown and Henderson called Follow Through (Follow Thru on Broadway).
Seats labelled RV are restricted view by a handrail. Customers must be 5'4 in order to see over the handrail clearly.
Suitable for ages 10 and over. Children aged 4 and under will not be admitted.
There is some mild language.
Please note: strobe lighting is used in the performance.
Seats labelled CIRC RV are restricted view by a handrail. Customers must be 5'4 in order to see over the handrail clearly. Customers under 5'4 will have the handrail in their view.
Dominion Theatre Seating Plan
268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ
Tottenham Court Road
Directions from nearest tube
The theatre can be seen from the station, on the corner of the crossroads between Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street.
(Tottenham Ct Rd Station) 7, 10, 14, 24, 29, 73, 134, 242; (New Oxford St) 1, 8, 25, 55, 98, 176, 390
Night Bus Numbers
(Tottenham Ct Rd Station) 7, 10, 14, 24, 134, 242, N7, N29, N35, N68, N73, N253, N279; (New Oxford St) 25, 176, 390, N1, N8, N41, N55, N98, N171, N207
YMCA Great Russell Street (2mins), Holborn Selkirk House Museum Street (5mins)
Within Congestion Zone
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