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We Will, We Will Rock You!
We Will Rock You
Member Name: OhLala-17
We Will Rock You
I saw this show very recently, i didn't really know much about it except Queen songs and that it was meant to be brilliant. So when i was invited to go see it i thought why not?!
We Will Rock You (WWRY) is currently in the Dominon Theater, London. It is in a great location with Tottenham Subway practially next to it and Oxford Street just down the road.
The Theater is very nice and it's not huge so you won't get lost! There are shops where you can buy beverages and snacks but it is very expensive.
I was sat in the Circle and had a brilliant view but it looked as though no matter where you sat you still had a good view!
~ The Show ~
It is set about 300 years ahead where Earth has been renamed 'Planet Mall' and is run by 'Globalsoft' and the leader of Globalsoft is the Killer Queen. Everyone is basically a clone and they are called GaGas.
There are two outcasts of the 'Planet Mall' Galileo & Scharamouche they like to be individual and Galileo hears things in his head.
Galileo & Scharamouch meet the Bohemians after escaping although the GaGa police are after Galileo. The Bohemians (rebels) live in the depths and believe that once there was a Golden Age where there were bands who wrote music.
There is a legend that on Planet Mall instruments still exist and the Bohemians are trying to find a 'Dreamer' to help find the instruments and bring back Rock & Roll.
But will the Killer Queen blow up the rocks before the Bohemians find the Dreamer?
Through out the show there are Queen songs 'We Will Rock You', 'Another One Bites The Dust', 'I Want To Break Free' and many more.
The Musical is by Queen & Ben Elton and it is amazing!
I really enjoyed watching this and would go back tomorrow to see it! The cast were all very good and gave the show there all through out. Your encouraged to join in by the cast and it is a very good musical to join in too!
There are many jokes in the show, and these are very 'Now' jokes about X-Factor and recent things.
There was a standing ovation at the end and when they came back on for a bit more singing people still carried on standing and really joined in!
Although tickets are expensive it is diffinitly worth every penny!!
Prices ranging from £28 - £60
And shows are Monday - Friday 7.30 & Saturday 2.30 & 7.30pm.
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