Bringing to life the legendary hits of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf, the critically acclaimed production Bat Out of Hell – The Musical heads to Milton Keynes for two weeks from 14 June. Bat Out of Hell – The Musical wowed critics and public alike when it played limited seasons at Manchester Opera House, London Coliseum and London’s Dominion Theatre from 2017 to 2019.
You are never to old to rock out to your favourite riffs… although experiencing it live in a comfortable theatre seat makes it a little bit easier for more mature fans. Bat Out of Hell screeched into the Lyceum this week proving beyond doubt that there are Meatloaf fans where you might least expect to find them.
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Sharon Sexton as Sloane, Rob Fowler as Falco - photo credit Specula Shows do not come more bigger, bolder and brash than Bat Out Of Hell. Based on the songs of Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman the jukebox musical is not just a run through of the songs from the three Bat Out Of Hell albums.
Meatloaf’s songs are famous for being big theatrical numbers so it should be no surprise that a musical based around his songs is a high octane, explosively emotional affair. Bat Out of Hell is about as rock and roll as a musical theatre productions gets – the music is LOUD, there is a motorbike on stage and the characters dress like they are heading to a metal festival.
It’s electrified audiences worldwide and now Jim Steinman’s spectacular musical Bat Out of Hell hits the highway for the Lyceum in Sheffield this May. This production, featuring the anthems of composer Jim Steinman and singer Meat Loaf, “uniquely combines the magic and excitement of a musical with the immense energy of rock ‘n’ roll”, say the producers.Join gang leader Strat as he falls in love with tyrant’s daughter Raven.The musical thunders through hits including I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That), Paradise By The Dashboard Light, Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad, Dead Ringer For Love and the title song.
Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical – which is currently at HMT – is making rock’n’roll dreams come through for Aberdeen theatre lovers. We caught up with the cast of the award-winning West End musical to find out why Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf fans cannot get enough of the larger-than-life show.
Rock musical Bat Out of Hell has roared onto the stage in Aberdeen and entertains with a high-octane theatre experience. The award-winning hit show features the greatest hits of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf and is at His Majesty's Theatre until Saturday. A combination of classic rock songs along with a unique visual spectacle ensures that audiences are entertained by the time they are singing their favourite tune after the final curtain.
A pack of revving Harley-Davidsons circling His Majesty’s Theatre could only mean one thing… Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical had officially arrived in Aberdeen. Theatre lovers were given the unique welcome by members of Dunedin Chapter Scotland of the Harley-Davidson Owners Group as they were arriving at HMT to enjoy two hours of high-energy rock ‘n’ roll entertainment.
Rock and roll dreams are set to come through when hit musical Bat Out Of Hell arrives at His Majesty’s in Aberdeen next week. Bringing the legendary anthems of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf to life, the award-winning musical will also pay tribute to the two talented musicians who passed away in the last 12 months.
If you glanced at the headlines, you’d be forgiven for thinking that singing and clapping have been banned at the Playhouse Theatre in Edinburgh. Here’s the news - they haven’t. But the stories which surrounded a very small number of folk being asked to leave recent performances of have shone a light on our own behaviours, post lockdown.
Furious theatre goers complained they were thrown out for singing along to a Bat Out of Hell production at the Edinburgh Playhouse. A Scots theatre boss has claimed disruptive audience members 'abused staff' when they were asked not to sing along to a Meat Loaf musical. At the Edinburgh Playhouse last week, furious theatre goers complained they were thrown out for singing along to a Bat Out of Hell production.
A woman says she was cornered by a group of theatre staff and kicked out for getting too enthusiastic during the performance. Dot Grant, 52, was with family watching the musical Bat out of Hell and could not resist the urge to tap her thigh and sing along.
An Edinburgh theatre director has hit out at audience members who abuse his staff when challenged over antisocial behaviour ranging from singing along to West End musicals to using their phones during performances at his venue. Let us know what you think and join the conversation at the bottom of this article
A WOMAN who claims she was thrown out of a theatre by security, after tapping her thigh and singing along with the songs, has vowed not to return. Dot Grant, 52, was excited to return to a theatre for the first time since the Covid lockdown last Wednesday.
It was a long time in the making for one of music's biggest selling albums in history to transcend on to the stage – but boy has it been worth the wait. When Bat Out of Hell was released in 1977, songwriter Jim Steinman had already started penning ideas for a Peter Pan inspired rock and roll musical.
A tannoy message was played at the Edinburgh Playhouse theatre on Saturday night informing patrons that no singing was allowed during the musical performance. Theatre staff who removed a disabled Scots grandad for clapping during a Bat Out of Hell performance have now 'booted out' another punter for 'moving her legs in time to the music'.
DANCING On Ice judge Oti Mabuse steals last night’s show in a plunging lemon- coloured gown — as Bez got squeezed out of the competition. Viewers compared Oti, 31, to a Disney princess but there was no fairytale ending for the Happy Mondays star. Bez, 57, in a skate-off against Corrie’s Sally Dynevor, 58, paid tribute to rocker Meat Loaf, who died last month, by performing to Bat Out of Hell — and even roared on to the ice on a motorbike.
Judge Christopher Dean revealed that Bez had made show history Bez made Dancing On Ice history tonight as he performed a tribute to singer Meat Loaf. The Happy Monday's star danced to Bat Out Of Hell as part of the show's musical-themed week. Bez started his routine in style as he arrived on the ice riding a black motorbike.