Bat Out of Hell to open at the Dominion Theatre in 2018


It has been announced that the Jim Steinman musical Bat Out of Hell will return to London at the Dominion Theatre from April.

The musical had its world premiere at the London Coliseum in June 2017, after a run of previews in Manchester, and it was announced during the show's final performance of the original London run that the musical would return to London at some point of the next year.

The Dominion Theatre has now been confirmed as the venue for the Bat Out of Hell's return, which will begin its run from 2nd April 2018. Tickets go on sale on Monday 4th December.

Bat Out of Hell is about Strat, the leader of The Lost, a group of people who never grow up. Strat falls for Raven, the daughter of Falco, tyrannical ruler of the dystopian town, Obsidian. The musical features hit songs from the Bat Out of Hell albums, performed by rock legend Meat Loaf, including “I Would Do Anything For Love”, “Paradise by the Dashboard Light”, “All Revved Up With No Place to Go” and “Bat Out of Hell”.

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The original production starred Andrew Polec as Strat and Christina Bennington as Raven. The cast went on to take the production to Toronto, and according to the Daily Mail, could return for the London return.

An American in Paris is currently running at the Dominion Theatre and, after opening in March of this year, will play its final performance on 6th January 2018. 

Bat Out of Hell is at the Dominion Theatre from 2nd April 2018.

Bat Out of Hell Tickets are available from Monday 4th December.

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