School of Rock

Address:
Gillian Lynne Theatre, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London
Box Office:
0207 405 0072

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
22nd October 2016 to 5th January 2020
7.30 PM (Mon, Wed-Sat)
2.30 PM matinees (Thu, Sat); 3 PM (Sun)
Running time:
2 hours 30 mins, with 20 min interval
Tickets & Cost:
See schoolofrockthemusical.com

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Director: Laurence Connor; Written by: Julian Fellowes; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Alan Pearson, Rebecca LaChance, Jake Sharp, John Addison, Nick Butcher, Rob Falconer, Martina Isibor, Claudia Kariuki, Richard Morse, Jessica Louise Parkinson, Andy Rees, Hannah Stratton, Alex Tomkins, James Wolstenholme, Lily Jean Jackson, Tia Belle Keilty, Evie Lawley, Caspar Lloyd, Ikechukwudi Machie, Jack Manders, Chloe Marler, Naniyah Owusu, Savannah Pages, Ellie May Pavitt, Teni Taiwo, Will Tarpey, Charlotte Breen, Sofia Wilkinson Hill, William Harvey, Nancy Hartley-Blake, Tommy Featherstone, Millie-Jayne Evans, Vaughn Arthur Endraca, Todd Dachtler, Daniel Chang, Tallulah Byrne, Delilah Bennett-Cardy, Maxwell Apple, Sebastian Adams-Eaton, Jamal Ahmed, Albert Atack, Calypso Bailey, Jasper Bew, Kaylah Black, Jasmine Brightmore, Harry Linacre Brown, Zoe Coleman, Aoife Connelly, Adam Djazel, Jack Gale, Charlie Gallacher, Harley Gallacher, Frankie-Mae Garner, Amelie Green, Nayan Gupta, Noah Gupta-Wright, Anya Hewett, Lia Summer Higgs, Alfie Humphreys, Carys John, Samuelle John-Brown, Ellie Kit Jones, Tom Kochalski, Jakub Kopec, Amelie Leatherland, Amos Mayland, Eibhleann Rose McCormack, Oscar Rice, Shani Roberts, Sara Sheen, Shaye Temple, Charis Claresta Tetteh, Stanley Voss, Ellie Wilcox, Jensen York; Music and lyrics: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Glenn Slater

If you're a fan of the Jack Black movie School of Rock then you might worry when you see Andrew Lloyd Webber and Julian Fellowes attached to this show (Fellowes was the guy behind Downton Abbey!). But don't worry because School of Rock has already conquered Broadway and is now lighting up the West End.

Wannabe rock star Dewey Finn decides to earn a bit of extra money by posing as a supply teacher at a prestigious school. But it's not long before he ditches the boring school books about algebra and arithmetic and turns his class of straight–A pupils into a mind-blowing rock band.

But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands competition before their parents and the straight-laced headmistress find him out?

Daily Telegraph★★★★★ – "The most enjoyable few hours money can buy" Sunday Times★★★★★ – "Five-star triumph" Daily Mail★★★★★ – "Terrific fun" Daily Mirror★★★★ – "A triumph for Andrew Lloyd Webber as the king of hit musicals" Evening Standard★★★★ – "A big hearted show. Loud and cheeky, a feel-good experience with a hint of anarchic wildness"

 

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