Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical at Dominion Theatre tickets
Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical at Dominion Theatre tickets

Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical tickets from £17.75

Tickets from £17.75

Overview

Jim Steinman’s smash-hit, rock ‘n’ roll spectacular Bat Out Of Hell returns to the London stage in 2018, following a phenomenal West End debut at the London Coliseum in summer 2017 which sold thousands of tickets. Originally premiering at Manchester’s Opera House, the five-star musical has received wide acclaim from audiences and critics alike, swiping the Evening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for Best Musical.

Based on Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf’s classic 1977 collaborative album of the same name, Bat Out Of Hell takes place in a dystopian world, following the central character Strat, who has fallen madly in love with Raven; the daughter of the tyrannical Falco. A romantic adventure about youth, rebellion and passionate love, set against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic city, the musical is a wild adventure that is guaranteed to capture your heart.

A rock ‘n’ roll adventure pumped full of energy, the musical tears through over 20 classic Meat Loaf hits, including “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now”, “I’d Do Anything for Love… (But I Won’t Do That)”, “You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)”, “Bat Out Of Hell”, “Dead Ringer For Love” and “Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad”, plus many more.

Bat Out Of Hell originally started in 1974 as a futuristic workshop musical called Neverland, which was loosely based on Peter Pan. First performed at the Kennedy Center Music Theatre Lab three years later, Meat Loaf heard the songs and thought they should be recorded as his next album. The record went on to sell a total of 43 million copies worldwide.

Casting includes returning members Andrew Polec as Strat and Christina Bennington as Raven, as well as Rob Fowler as Falco, Sharon Sexton as Sloane, Danielle Steers as Zahara, Giovanni Spanó as Ledoux and Patrick Sullivan as Blake, as well as Alex Thomas-Smith as Tink and Wayne Robinson as Jagwire.

Ensemble members include Emily Benjamin, Georgia Carling, Natalie Chua, Jonathan Cordin, Hannah Ducharme, Isaac Edwards, Aston Newman Hannington, Eve Norris and Courtney Stapleton, alongside Kyle Anthony, Christopher Cameron, Rob Copeland, Collette Guitart, Eric Hallengren, Vicki Manser, Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky, Joseph Peacock, Kyle Roberts, Craig Ryder, Dawnita Smith, Julie Stark, Charlotte Anne Steen and Sam Toland.

Jay Scheib directs (Addicted to Bad Ideas, A House in Bali), with choreography by Emma Portner, set design by Jon Bausor, costume design by Jon Bausor and Meentje Nielsen, lighting design by Patrick Woodroffe, sound design by Gareth Owen and video design by Finn Ross, with orchestrations by Steve Sidwell.

Returning to the West End following huge demand, Bat Out Of Hell plays at the Dominion Theatre from 2 April 2018, so don't miss out and get your tickets now!

Recommended for

Fans of the classic Meat Loaf album and its brand new musical should not miss the chance to get Bat Out Of Hell tickets again in the West End! The show takes it back to its dystopian rock musical roots that were originally created by Jim Steinman in the 1970’s.

Age Recommendations: Suitable for ages 12+. No under 5's.

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Dates and times

Running time: 3 hours (including an interval)
Opened: 02 Apr 2018
Booking from: 24 Apr 2018
Booking until: 27 Oct 2018

Next available performances

DateMatineeEvening
Wednesday 25 Apr 20182:30pm7:30pm
Thursday 26 Apr 2018--7:30pm
Friday 27 Apr 2018--7:30pm
Saturday 28 Apr 20182:30pm7:30pm
Monday 30 Apr 2018--7:30pm
Tuesday 01 May 2018--7:30pm
Wednesday 02 May 20182:30pm--

Location and map

Dominion Theatre
268-269 Tottenham Court Road
London, W1T 7AQ

90 Reviews Add review

If you are a fan of Meatloaf, you will probably love this show. I was there on the first preview and the amount of people in BOH t... More

Charmainf 5ft 4", 148 reviews, 9 helpful votes

If you are a fan of Meatloaf, you will probably love this show. I was there on the first preview and the amount of people in BOH t-shirts led me to believe they had seen the show previously and had come back hungry to see it again. I was right, from the moment the first actor walked on stage the audience was behind them, there were 3 standing ovations (admittedly I had to stand if I wanted to see the stage as so many people in front of me were on their feet. It was a hardworking cast. The creative team has created an amazing show which included many wow moments. No spoilers here, but it was really well thought out. I don't normally like back projection but credit where it is due, it certainly added to the show. I was impressed. Having said that I'm not really a Meatloaf fan, I knew about 5 songs and it was extremely loud which spoilt my enjoyment somewhat but hopefully that'll get sorted out. It was after all the first night in this theatre with an audience...who were equally as loud! It was great we were given a 'newspaper' which if read before the show gives an idea of the story about to be told. If you want to be immersed in a rockin show for 2.5 hours this is the show for you.

Charmainf 5ft 4", 148 reviews, 9 helpful votes

Saw Si Gordon (understudy for Strat) for the first time during this show and thought he was amazing! I have seen this show many t... More

katehenderson 5ft 10, 31 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Saw Si Gordon (understudy for Strat) for the first time during this show and thought he was amazing! I have seen this show many times, and the cast just keep getting better and better. The vocals are immense!

katehenderson 5ft 10, 31 reviews, 0 helpful votes

For crying out loud know that I love this!!!! Really good set but mad, makes no sense weird crazy story but glorious energy from ... More

markspears 5"07, 22 reviews, 1 helpful vote

For crying out loud know that I love this!!!! Really good set but mad, makes no sense weird crazy story but glorious energy from the cast, fantastic performance. Great music, you just don't care and go with it, outstanding over the top theatrical rock .

markspears 5"07, 22 reviews, 1 helpful vote

Bat out of Hell is definitely a big and bombastic show with fireballs, projections, huge sets, fireballs, exploding motorbikes, a ... More

shaun 5"10, 121 reviews, 4 helpful votes

Bat out of Hell is definitely a big and bombastic show with fireballs, projections, huge sets, fireballs, exploding motorbikes, a big ensemble and of course Meatloaf's rock classics. It's a fairly enjoyable experience just for this and some very good vocal performances, however unfortunately the dystopian future concept feels somewhat confused and weak, and the plot is executed well, leaving you rather disconnected from the characters.

shaun 5"10, 121 reviews, 4 helpful votes

Jim Steinman's music comes alive in this rocking musical, however like most 'Jukebox-Musicals' the story feels a little flat. I sa... More

rickyzalman 26 reviews, 10 helpful votes

Jim Steinman's music comes alive in this rocking musical, however like most 'Jukebox-Musicals' the story feels a little flat. I saw the show on opening night (first preview) so undoubtedly there were some first-night jitters. The male lead encountered some minor mic problems but this certainly didn't affect his performance. The house lights also came on several times intermittently during the first act which left audience members - as well as ushers and technical staff - confused and distracted from the show.

rickyzalman 26 reviews, 10 helpful votes

Loosely based on the Peter Pan, a group of rebels take on Falco industries. Really it's a simple love story with the songs from ba... More

freddie12 5" 10, 46 reviews, 2 helpful votes

Loosely based on the Peter Pan, a group of rebels take on Falco industries. Really it's a simple love story with the songs from bat out of hell thrown in. The staging is stunning and the songs performed well. It's very loud and when they use hand held microphones the voices are distorted. Danielle Steers & Wayne Robinson steal the show with Two out of three ain't bad.

freddie12 5" 10, 46 reviews, 2 helpful votes

2nd time I've seen the show, it just gets better, amazing vocals, every song you know, and want to sing along to everyone has stun... More

Jerseygirl4 5"3, 28 reviews, 1 helpful vote

2nd time I've seen the show, it just gets better, amazing vocals, every song you know, and want to sing along to everyone has stunning individual voices it really moves along high power of a show the story haven't got a clue but who cares it's an almighty ride of effects and power.

Jerseygirl4 5"3, 28 reviews, 1 helpful vote

Amazing from start to finish. If you love Meat Loaf's music you will love this show, if you don't you will still love this show.... More

susanclements 5ft 3, 21 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Amazing from start to finish. If you love Meat Loaf's music you will love this show, if you don't you will still love this show. All the cast are brilliant, be warned there is a section with strobe lighting, it doesn't last for long.

susanclements 5ft 3, 21 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Saw it for the 3rd time (twice previously at the Coliseum) - friend of the leading lady, hence the repeated viewing. However, we w... More

timcjchew 1 review, 0 helpful votes

Saw it for the 3rd time (twice previously at the Coliseum) - friend of the leading lady, hence the repeated viewing. However, we went multiple times and would gladly go again because we enjoyed it so much regardless. Mainly because my partner and I love the music (99% Meatloaf songs, with a couple of random Jim Steinman crackers from Air Supply and Celine Dion chucked in - what's not to love?!). The story is a little naff, but it's not something you would take too seriously anyway going in to a show that is more about highlighting the music than the storyline. Great performances and atmosphere overall, promising a fun theatre viewing. Rock 'n Roll lives!

timcjchew 1 review, 0 helpful votes