Playhouse Theatre
Northumberland Ave
London, WC2N 5DE
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Opened: 11 Sep 2015
Booking from: 12 Sep 2015
Booking until: 19 Sep 2015
Duration: 2 hours
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  • SaraSparrow 5'8" female 32 reviews 0 helpful votes
    100% total rating The Rocky Horror Show, 16th September 2015
    Phenomenal performance - Richard OBrien was an amazing narrator. The rest of the cast were very good - Riff Raff, Rocky, and David Bedella as Frank really stood out. A weak link was Columbia - she was very pitchy and squeaky, rather a disappointment in an otherwise talented ensemble.
    View was not the issue with this seat - I had a great side view of the stage and only missed minimal action happening extreme stage right. The limited legroom however left me feeling cramped and squashed - I am 5'8". Luckily it was a short show.
  • BeaKJ 5' 2'' female 68 reviews 1 helpful vote
    100% total rating The Rocky Horror Show, 16th September 2015
    The view is far but clear. There is a bar to lean on.
  • KiwiCm 165cm female 90 reviews 1 helpful vote
    80% total rating The Rocky Horror Show, 26th September 2015
    Felt quite high up, but I just don't often sit up in the dress. Pretty good overall view, I was frustrated by the people in front but it was the Rocky Horror Picture show so everyone was very excited and dressed up and not sitting still. Technically they weren't really in front due to seat placement, so good leg room & comfy enough seats.
Sit in the front of the Stalls to feel entirely involved in this particular production! Bargain seats can be found towards the back of the Stalls, for those looking for a great view on a budget.
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Brace yourselves as cult classic The Rocky Horror Show does the time warp back into the West End for a limited time only. Featuring creator, writer and original Riff Raff Richard O’Brien as the Narrator, as well as Diana Vickers and Paul Cattermole, the world’s favourite quirky musical opens at London’s Playhouse Theatre in September 2015.

Originally opening in 1973, The Rocky Horror Show has thrilled audiences across the globe, landing on six continents and performing multiple runs on the West End and Broadway. A bizarre tribute to sci-fi and horror b movies, the plot follows newly engaged squares Brad and Janet, who find themselves spending the night in a mysterious castle, surrounded by the colourful Frank N Furter and his man-made hunk Rocky. An adventure they will never forget, Brad and Janet’s loyalties are brought into question as they are plunged into antics involving frocks, fun and frivolity.

The Rocky Horror Show stars David Bedella (Jerry Springer: The Opera) as the infamous Frank N Furter, alongside Ben Forster (Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar) as Brad and Haley Flaherty (Matilda) as Janet. Further cast members include Kristian Lavercombe as Riff Raff, Jayde Westaby as Magenta, Richard Meek as Eddie/Dr Scott, Sophie Linder-Lee as Columbia, Dominic Anderson as Rocky, as well as Will Knights, Ben Kerr, Hannah Malekzad, Rachel Grundy and Andrew Ahern.

Featuring hugely well-known songs such as “Sweet Transvestite”, “Hot Patootie – Bless My Soul”, “Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me” and “Time Warp”, The Rocky Horror Show promises an unforgettable evening that includes outrageous outfits, sing-a-longs and a general rock ‘n’ roll experience. Don’t miss out on your chance to catch O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show at the Playhouse Theatre before it embarks on a UK tour.
Fans of The Rocky Horror Show will be attending in full-force, complete with outrageous outfits and ready to sing along to the famous songs. Please be aware that this will be unlike any other theatrical experience – and theatre etiquette will go right out of the window! The Rocky Horror Show is absolutely not suitable for children due to strong sexual themes.

Age Recommendations: Recommended for 12 +