After a three-year run in London’s West End, the hit musical Rock of Ages is heading for Glasgow.
With plum roles for Ben Richards as Stacee Jaxx and Noel Sullivan as Drew Boley in what is being billed as “the ultimate rock mix musical”.
Musical lovers and theatre goers are promised “a hilarious story of dreams, love and rock” celebrating classic ‘80s rock culture with a storyline of a small town girl and a big city rocker falling in love to some of the greatest songs of the decade.
Featuring memorable tunes such as
The jukebox musical has everone up and dancing, singing along with well-kent rock classics.
Audiences invariably leave the show with a huge grin on their face with a feelgood factor rating going all the way up to 11, to quote another rock-themed show.
The awardwinning Las Vegas love story has become a global sensation starring on Broadway, Las Vegas and London before travelling north of the border.
Readers may remember Richards from TV series
Among his extensive list of theatre credits are
Noel Sullivan has played Danny Zuko in
It all kicks off at the King’s Theatre on Wednesay, August 6, at 7.30pm with tickets coming in at between £12.50 and £50.90. Running for two hours and ten minutes, and presuming the show runs to order, the gig should come to a close at 10.40pm for those planning bus and train journeys.