The rock and roll rebellion is taking over Central London. To celebrate Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical becoming TKTS Show Of The Week, some of its ever-energetic cast took over the last minute and discount ticket booth in Leicester Square, before bringing a bit of TKTS over to the show’s Dominion Theatre home.
Ticket seekers in Leicester Square at the time were able to benefit from Bat Out Of Hell’s street-smart tips for picking up the hottest London theatre tickets in town (even if they were occasionally a little biased towards a certain Meat Loaf musical!).
And if you weren’t lucky enough to be around at the time, you can witness the cast smashing it for yourself; tickets are reduced by up to 39% for performances this week when you buy in person at TKTS. Take a look at the takeover below…
Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical was written by songwriting legend, Jim Steinman. Jim is famed for writing Meat Loaf’s album Bat Out Of Hell – one of history’s best-selling albums having sold over 50 million copies worldwide – and follow-up album, Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell, which features the monster and eternal hit, I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That).
The musical is only playing at the Dominion Theatre until 5 January 2019 – so don’t miss it!