About the show
Award-winning show Bat Out Of Hell The Musical roars back into the West End with a run at the Dominion Theatre.
Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell The Musical returns to London following its triumphant premiere at the London Coliseum in summer 2017. The hit show won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical in 2017. It was also nominated for eight WhatsOnStage Awards. The musical arrives at the Dominion Theatre following a run in Toronto, Canada.
A revved-up story of star-crossed lovers, Bat Out Of Hell The Musical has a story written by Steinman and Stuart Beattie, along with music and lyrics by Steinman.
Strat is a wild-at-heart biker living in Obsidian, a post-apocalyptic Manhattan. The evil Falco controls the streets. He also keeps his beautiful daughter Raven locked away in a tower. When Strat and Raven meet, love, passion and drama lead them on a daring journey. They attempt to escape from the clutches of Falco and into a world of rock and roll.
Along with the title track, Bat Out Of Hell The Musical also features the Meat Loaf songs I’d Do Anything For Love, Paradise By The Dashboard Light, You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth and Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad.
Jay Scheib directs Bat Out Of Hell The Musical. He has previously worked in theatre and opera, including Powder Her Face with the New York City Opera. It uses choreography by Emma Portner and musical arrangements by Michael Reed.
Andrew Polec and Christina Bennington reprise their performances as Strat and Raven. Rob Fowler returns as Falco and Sharon Sexton returns as Sloane. Other leading cast members include Alex Thomas-Smith (Tink), Danielle Steers (Zahara), Wayne Robinson (Jagwire), Giovanni Spanó (Ledoux) and Patrick Sullivan (Blake).
From 3 September, Jordan Luke Gage replaces Andrew Polec in the leading role of Strat. Gage currently plays Hoffman in the production.
Book fast, because fans will be going hell-for-leather to get hold of these tickets…
Bat Out Of Hell The Musical is booking until 5 January at the Dominion Theatre.