Monday, 23 May 2011

Rock Of Ages Tickets- The Final Countdown

Rock Of Ages tickets are now on sale for the eagerly awaited opening of the stage show at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London this September and west end critics and theatre goers alike are wondering whether the show can live up to the hype or will just be another failed import to the London stage?

Advance sales of Rock Of Ages tickets have so far looked promising and suppliers are bullish about the show seeing it as a real challenger to we Will Rock You to be the number one Rock stage show in London after its successful runs in theatres as far and wide as the U.S, Canada and Australia.

And why not? This is a stage show that doesn't take itself too seriousely and is packed with 28 classic singalong rock anthems from the 1980's fused into a cheesy boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy wins girl back again storyline that should provide a nice little bit of escapism for the theatre going public for a couple of hours making Rock Of Ages tickets a nice little investment for people wishing to let their hair down and 'give it large' with a bit of 'air guitar'!

The Shaftesbury Theatre is the venue to host the Rock Of Ages stage show and producers hope that the 1400 seat capacity of the theatre will be enough to accommodate the demand with 8 shows a week to be played out. With a musical score that includes The Final Countdown, Don't Stop Believin', Every Rose Has Its Thorn, and We're Not Gonna Take It from classic 80's rock bands, Rock Of Ages tickets are being snapped up by the lucrative 35-55 age group which is another reason why the expectations are so high for the show.

So will Rock Of Ages in London be a hit or a massive bellyflop disapointment? Only time will tell but the omens are good so get your air guitars at the ready and head down to the Shaftesbury Theatre this September for a dose of sillyness and nostalgia that is sure to have you singing and dancing in the aisles!

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