Bat Out of Hell extends in the West End into 2019
The West End production of Bat Out of Hell has extended its stay at the Dominion Theatre into 2019, it has been announced.
The rock musical, which features many of Meat Loaf's greatest hits, started its run at the Dominion in April 2019 following its world premiere at the London Coliseum in 2017. It has now extended its booking period to 5th January 2019. Tickets are available now.
Since its premiere at the Coliseum, the show has toured to Toronto, where it will be returning in the autumn as part of a US tour.
On Wednesday, the cast of Bat Out Of Hell, which includes Andrew Polec, Christian Bennington, Rob Fowler and Sharon Sexton, welcomed rock star Meat Loaf himself to London to watch the show.
Day135 - Show111&112 - Mr. Loaf, For Crying Out Loud We Love You. thank you for making all our rock n roll dreams come through. #batthemusical2018 pic.twitter.com/RYZhT5ftxi— Andrew Polec (@AndrewPolec) July 26, 2018
The show features most of Meat Loaf's biggest hits, written by Jim Steinman, including "What Part Of My Body Hurts The Most", "Objects in The Rear View Mirror", "I Would Do Anything For Love", and the title track.
Bat Out of Hell is at the Dominion Theatre until 5th January 2019.
Bat Out Of Hell tickets are available now.
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