Meatloaf’s Bat Out Of Hell — The Musical

Dominion Theatre, 268–269 Tottenham Court Road, London
Box Office:
0870 607 7400

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
2nd April 2018 to 5th January 2019
7.30 PM (Mon-Sat)
2.30 PM matinees (Wed, Sat)
Running time:
2 hours 40 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
£15 to £150. See

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Director: Jay Scheib; Written by: Jim Steinman; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Jordan Luke Gage, Christina Bennington, Rob Fowler, Sharon Sexton, Alex Thomas-Smith, Danielle Steers, Wayne Robinson, Giovanni Spano, Ryan Anderson, Kyle Anthony, Emily Benjamin, Christopher Cameron, Georgia Carling, Natalie Chua, Jonathan Cordin, Rob Copeland, Hannah Ducharme, Isaac Edwards, Eric Hallengren, Vicki Manser, Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky, Aston Newman Hannington, Eve Norris, Joseph Peacock, Kyle Roberts, Craig Ryder, Dawnita Smith, Courtney Stapleton, Julie Stark, Charlotte Anne Steen, Sam Toland, Barney Wilkinson; Music and lyrics: Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf

If ever an album was destined to become a musical then it's this one: Bat Out Of Hell.

Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf's greatest hits have become the backdrop to a tale of teenage love, rebellion and living the rock'n'roll dream, using tunes like I'd Do Anything for Love, Dead Ringer For Love, and Two Out of Three Ain't Bad to tell the story of Strat and his gang, The Lost.

When Strat falls in love with the daughter of the town's tyrannical leader, Falco, he sets out to rescue her in a race through the streets of post-apocalyptic Obsidian.

Independant★★★★★ – "Loud, exhilarating and blows your socks off" Evening Standard★★★★ – "A jaw-dropping spectacle" Daily Telegraph★★★★ – "Hellishly hard to resist" The Times★★★★ – "A crazy wild child of a rock'n'roll musical" Sunday Times★★★★ – "I can't remember when i last saw a standing ovation at the interval"


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