Top Price Ticket to Rock of Ages for £29.50 at Shaftesbury Theatre (55% Off)
- Five-time Tony Award-winning musical
- Winner of Best Musical in 2011 Broadway World West End Awards
- Set in 1980s Los Angeles
- Features Justin Lee Collins and Shayne Ward
- Power ballads and guitar solos
- Recently adapted for cinema in a film starring Tom Cruise
- Top price ticket for one person
- For evening performance
- Lasts 2 hours 30 minutes
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via grouponsh.tsd-aff.com/tickets/web_finder.buy/rock-of-ages-shaftesbury.html. No cancellations allowed. Valid for evening shows Tue-Fri only. Show starts at 7.30pm. Contains adult themes. Parental guidance recommended. Original value based on top price ticket. Original value verified 21 May 2012 at 6.05pm.
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Power is often measured in joules, watts, and eighties ballads sparking lighters in the crowd. Ignite a glowing performance with today's Groupon: £29.50 for a ticket to Rock of Ages at Shaftesbury Theatre.
Tuned to the sounds of LA in the 1980s, this musical follows the belting highs and sonorous lows of a couple dreaming of fame in the big city. Having packed up their lives from their small town home, the boy and girl arrive on Sunset Strip to navigate hope, love, and the impracticalities of having such huge hair. Their story journeys forwards along a soundtrack of classic eighties power ballads and guitar solos, with songs including Don't Stop Believin', Can't Fight This Feeling, and The Final Countdown.
About The Event
This show has strutted onto the West End stage, bringing along star-studded performances by Justin Lee Collins and Shayne Ward. The cast's leather-clad moves have seen the production nominated for a Tony Award, declared Best Musical in 2011 Broadway World West End Awards, and adapted into an up-coming Hollywood film starring Tom Cruise. Keeping up rhythm throughout June, the show fills the seats of Shaftesbury Theatre, a prestigious performer in London's cultural scene.
Theatre-goers can settle into top priced seats to enjoy an evening performance of Rock of Ages. The velvet curtains will be drawn at 7.30pm, revealing a cast ready to perform the glitzy show, which will last 2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval. While musical appetites are quashed, patrons can fill bellies with a tasty range of snacks and drinks from the bar.
Show times: Tue-Fri at 7.30pm
Accessible by bus routes: 10, 14, 24, 29, 73, 134, 390 (travelling to Tottenham Court Road Station)
Nearest tubes: Tottenham Court Road, Holborn, and Covent Garden
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Rock of Ages receives 4/5 stars from The Independent and 4.5/5 from Ticketmaster users, as well as favourable write-ups from Daily Mirror and The Sun. While some critics would have liked more laughs, reviewers praise the anthemic musical numbers and energy of the cast.
A show as big and bold as Eighties hair and more fantastically frivolous than Bon Jovi’s leather trousers.
– The Sun, Sep 2011
Rock of Ages is a hugely enjoyable evening celebrating a time and music we should really leave behind, but can’t. It will rock your world, not arf!
– Daily Mirror, Sep 2011