Rocky Horror Show

Photo Credit: David Freeman

Website: www.rockyhorror.co.uk

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The Rocky Horror Show is a musical by Richard O’Brien which premiered in the Royal Court Theatre in 1973 and has since been performed in cities around the world, been made into a movie and spawned a cult-like following. It follows the story of recently engaged couple, Brad Majors and Janet Weiss, who get a flat tyre while driving on a remote road on a stormy night. In search of a telephone, they knock on castle’s door where they are taken on a strange journey of decadence, transvestism, sex and rock’n’roll.

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

Photo Credit: David Freeman

Duncan James and Stephen Webb as Frank’N’Furter (changes per venue)

Joanne Clifton as Janet Weiss

Ben Adams as Brad Majors

Miracle Chance as Columbia

Photo Credit: David Freeman

Ross Chisari as Eddie/Dr Scott

Callum Evans as Rocky Horror

Laura Harrison as Magenta

Kristian Lavercombe as Riff Raff

Ensemble and Swing

Reece Budin, Shelby Farmer, Katie Monks, Jake Small, Andrew Aherne, and Maddie Hope Coelho

Tour Dates

  • Stoke-on-Trent, Regent Theatre, 3rd June – 8th June
  • York, Grand Opera House, 10th June – 15th June
  • Bristol, Hippdromme, 17th June – 22nd June
  • Blackpool, Winter Gardens, 24th June – 29th June
  • Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 1st July – 6th July
  • Cambridge, Arts Theatre, 15th July – 20th July
  • Malvern Theatres, 22nd July – 27th July
  • Southend, Cliffs Pavilion, 29th July – 3rd August
  • Newcastle, Theatre Royal, 5th August – 10th August
  • Glasgow, King’s Theatre, 12th August – 17th August
  • Leeds, Grand Theatre, 19th August – 24th August
  • Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall, 28th August – 1st September
  • Wycombe Swan, 9th September – 14th September
  • Chester, Storyhouse, 16th September – 21st September
  • Dartford, Orchard Theatre, 23rd September – 28th September
  • Hull, New Theatre, 30th September – 5th October
  • Plymouth, Theatre Royal, 7th October – 12th October
  • Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, 14th October – 19th October
  • Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre, 21st October – 26th October
  • Edinburgh Playhouse, 28th October – 2nd November