Further casting has been announced for the upcoming rock musical Knights of the Rose, which fuses together modern rock hits and the literature of Marlowe, Chaucer and Shakespeare. Andy Moss will join the previously announced cast which includes Oliver Saville, Rebecca Bainbridge and Chris Cowley. Moss will play the lead role of Gawain, a knight who returns victorious from battle with his three compatriots, only to be faced with further bloodshed.
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Knights of the Rose is a classic rock musical of Shakespearean proportions. Featuring the ultimate playlist including legendary ballads and timeless anthems from Bon Jovi, Meatloaf, Bonnie Tyler, No Doubt and many more.
In this epic tale of love, betrayal and sacrifice, the noble Knights of the Rose must defend their House and their honour. Even as the chivalrous Knights return from a glorious victory, a greater threat against the kingdom stirs. As they face the greatest battle of the Age, and betrayal threatens to tear them apart, can true love and honour triumph?
Woven from a rich tapestry of literature and high-voltage classic rock, this heroic new story charges its way into the heart of London this Summer.
Leading the noble knights is Adam Pearce (Les Misérables and Urinetown) who is joined by Chris Cowley (Wicked), Oliver Saville (Wicked), Rebecca Bainbridge (Mamma Mia!), Rebekah Lowings (Dick Whittington), Matt Thorpe (American Idiot), Ruben Van Keer (Bat Out Of Hell), Katie Birtill (The Last Five Years) and Bleu Woodward (Kinky Boots).
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Casting has been announced for the upcoming West End musical Knights of the Rose, a new rock musical directed by Racky Plews. It tells the story of a group of noble Knights who must defend both their house and their honour as they return from a victory to an even greater threat against their kingdom. The text will take from the literature of Marlowe, Shakespeare and Chaucer
A new Shakespeare-themed rock musical featuring music from Bon Jovi, Bonnie Tyler and No Doubt will open at the Arts Theatre this summer. Created by Jennifer Marsden and directed by Racky Plews, Knights of the Rose will take from the literature of Marlowe, Shakespeare and Chaucer to tell the story of a group of knights who return to their kingdom victorious, but are faced with a threat far graver than they could imagine. It will run at the Arts Theatre from 29th June to 26th August, with tickets on sale now.