Sunday, 1 May 2011

We Will Rock You Is Set To Run An Run!

When the show first exploded onto the London stage at the Dominion Theatre in 2002 no one could have predicted exactly how popular We Will Rock You tickets were going to become.

The story of Galileo and his group of Bohemians trying to bring rock music back to the people in a futuristic GaGa world ruled by the evil Killer Queen has now wowed audiences all over the world and has become a global phenomenon making We Will Rock You tickets some of the hottest property in theatre.

It is at the Dominion in London though where the show has its spritual home and looks to run for years to come as the London show has created what seems to be a unique atmosphere that delights audiences night after night as they sing along to the fantastic back catalogue of Queen hits that comes blasting into the auditorium. The We Will Rock You stage show has redefined west end theatre and brought a whole new type of audience to the Dominion as the incredible Queen fan base old and new lap it up.

The show is made even better value as astute dealings between the theatre and major ticket suppliers mean that We Will Rock You tickets can actually be bought at discount prices midweek for most performances making it even better value to the consumer adding to the fun.

The thirst for entertainment and nostalgia from the public along with a need for a good old fashioned knees up have all contributed to the success of the We Will Rock You show in London and the trend could be set to continue as another rock musical Rock Of Ages comes to the Shaftesbury Theatre in September, but its looking like We Will Rock You tickets will be in demand for a long time to come as great value and entertainment go hand in hand and both are available in abundence at the Dominion easing the stress and strain of modern daily life.

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