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Rock of Ages 2018/19 tour production shot: Two male performers stand face to face, singing, while others dance in the background
2018/19 cast pictured
Photography: Richard Davenport
Rock of Ages production shot: the lead male actor stand alone on stage in a spotlight, carrying a guitar
2018/19 cast pictured
Photography by Richard Davenport
Rock of Ages production shot: a male actor sits on the edge of the stage, staring off into the audience, while the other cast members stand behind
2018/19 cast pictured
Photography: Richard Davenport
Rock of Ages production shot: the lead male actor looks directly into the camera as he holds a microphone and sings
2018/19 cast pictured
Photography by Richard Davenport
Rock of Ages production shot: The cast stand under dramatic spotlights with their arms above their heads and their hands making the 'rock and roll' gesture'
2018/19 cast pictured
Photography by Richard Davenport

Rock Of Ages

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Dan Looney, Adam Paulden, Jason Haigh-Ellery and Richard Klin for DLAP Group
Sue Gilad and Larry Rogowsky
Present

The smash-hit musical is back, and the party is gonna be BIGGER than ever!

Strictly winner Kevin Clifton (Singin’ in the Rain) who thrilled audiences as rock star ‘Stacee Jaxx’ on tour in 2019 goes back to the ‘Bourbon Room’ when he plays alongside Luke Walsh (lead role ‘Drew’ Rock of Ages 2018/19 Tour), Rhiannon Chesterman (Mrs Henderson Presents), Ross Dawes (Phantom of the Opera), Gabriella Williams (Mamma Mia), Jenny Fitzpatrick (Tina The Musical), returning favourites Vas Constanti, Andrew Carthy, Erin Bell and new talent Joe Gash as ‘Lonny’ in the ultimate ‘80s rock ‘n’ roll musical.

Rock of Ages is the hilarious musical comedy lavished with over 25 classic rock anthems, including Don’t Stop Believin’, We Built This City, The Final Countdown, Wanted Dead or Alive, Here I Go Again, Can’t Fight this Feeling and I Want To Know What Love Is, played loud and proud by an AWESOME live band.

Leave it all behind and lose yourself in a city and a time where the DREAMS are as BIG as the HAIR, and yes, they can come true!

Now a global smash with hit seasons on Broadway, London’s West End and Las Vegas and a star- studded Hollywood movie version, we promise you the best night out this year!

BOOK NOW AND LET’S GET READY TO ROCK!

A SEXY SMASHER THAT WILL HAVE YOU LAUGHING AND ROCKING IN EQUAL MEASURE

The Daily Star

HIGH ENERGY FEEL-GOOD NOSTALGIA THAT WILL PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE

Sunday Express

Absurdly enjoyable. As guilty as pleasures get! Impossible to resist

The New York Times

You’ll be in rock heaven

What's On Stage

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Kevin Clifton

Stacee Jaxx

Kevin is best known for being a professional dancer on BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing. In seven years on the show, Kevin reached the final a record five times, winning four glitter balls, before leaving in 2019.

He made his West End musical theatre debut in Dirty Dancing the musical at The Aldwych Theatre in 2010. More recently, Kevin played Stacey Jaxx in the UK tour of Rock Of Ages and the lead role of Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer in London.

Kevin’s future projects include starring as Scott Hastings in Strictly Ballroom the Musical (UK tour) and Cosmo Brown in Singin In The Rain (Sadlers Wells and Toronto).

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Luke Walsh

Drew

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Rhiannon Chesterman

Sherrie

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Joe Gash

Lonny

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Ross Dawes

Dennis Dupree

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Jenny Fitzpatrick

Justice

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Gabriella Williams

Regina

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Andrew Carthy

Franz

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Vas Constanti

Hertz

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Erin Bell

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Adam Strong

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Janine Somcio

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Scott Hayward

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Sam Turrell

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Phoebe Samuel-Gray

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Morgan Scott

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Joshua Dever

Age 14+

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