Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical

Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical Tickets

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  • Winner of Best Musical at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017, Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical has audiences 'taking to their feet for full-blown standing ovations' (The Mirror) night after night at London’s Dominion Theatre

    The romance of rock ‘n’ roll comes alive on stage as Strat, the forever young leader of the rebellious gang ‘The Lost’, falls in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of the tyrannical ruler of post-apocalyptic Obsidian. 

    Bringing to life the legendary hits of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf this 'outrageous, nostalgic wild child of a rock’n’roll musical' (The Times) is a fun, vibrant, boundary-pushing take on the traditional love story that can be enjoyed by all.

    The perfect way to spend a hot summer night, book now and 'surrender to the sheer pounding energy' (Financial Times) of Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical.

    At London's Dominion Theatre until January 2019, book your Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical tickets today! 

    Please note:
    *Due to strong language, partial nudity and scenes of a sexual nature, the show is not recommended for children under the age of 12. Parental guidance should be used for children aged between 12 and 16. For further information, please contact the Box Office. Children under the age of 5 cannot be admitted.
    **Jordan Luke Cage will play the role of Strat from 3 September 2018. This is subject to change and may be affected by holiday, illness, or events beyond the producers' control.

  • Dominion Theatre

    268-269 Tottenham Court Rd,
    London,
    W1T 7AQ

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  • THE INDEPENDENT



    METRO


    'The most outrageous, fun and ridiculous event. Rock on.'

    DAILY EXPRESS



    THE MIRROR



    MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS



    THE GUARDIAN



    DAILY TELEGRAPH



    FINANCIAL TIMES


    'Surrender to the sheer pounding energy of the production... A total blast.'

    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY



    TIMEOUT


    'Operatic tale of star-crossed lovers.'

    THE STAGE



    DAILY STAR



    TORONTO SUN



    THE UPCOMING


    'Fresh and exhilarating... A musical like no other.'

    EVENING STANDARD


    'Forget everything you know about musicals
    and get lost in the madness and mayhem of this absurdly entertaining rock spectacle...'