Glenn Adamson (American Idiot) returns to as Strat, Martha Kirby (Grease, Rags the Musical) as Raven and our original leading cast members Rob Fowler (Mamma Mia!, Bat Out of Hell) as Falco and Sharon Sexton (Mamma Mia!, Bat Out of Hell) as Sloane, plus Killian Thomas Lefevre as Tink, Joelle Moses as Zahara, James Chisholm as Jagwire, Kellie Gnauck as Valkyrie, and Danny Whelan as Ledoux.Also in the cast are Laura Johnson as Kwaiden, Jamie Jukes as Markevitch, Rebecca Lafferty as Scherzzo, James Lowrie as Denym, Rory Maguire as Astroganger, Amy Matthews as Vilmos, Samuel Pope as Hoffman & Alternate Strat, Luke Street as Hollander, Leonardo Vieira as O’Dessasuite, Beth Woodcock as Spinotti, & Jayme-Lee Zanoncelli as Goddesilla.
For the stage musical, the legendary and award-winning Jim Steinman incorporated iconic songs from the Bat Out of Hell albums, including You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth, Bat Out of Hell, I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That) and Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad, as well as two previously unreleased songs, What Part of My Body Hurts the Most and Not Allowed to Love.
In Bat Out of Hell – The Musical, the electrifying rock songs of Mr Steinman propel an epic story of rebellious youth and passion as Strat, the immortal leader of The Lost, has fallen in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of the tyrannical ruler Falco.
Bat Out of Hell dedicates this tour to the memory of Jim Steinman, who sadly passed away on April 19, 2021.
11 September – 2 October 2021 Manchester Opera House
11 – 16 October New Theatre Oxford
19 – 30 October King’s Theatre Glasgow
4 – 15 January 2022 The Alexandra, Birmingham
18 – 29 January New Wimbledon Theatre
1 – 5 February Stockton Globe
8 – 19 February Edinburgh Playhouse
22 – 26 February The Marlowe, Canterbury
12 – 16 April His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
26 – 30 April Stoke Regent Theatre
3 – 7 May Sheffield Lyceum Theatre
24 – 28 May Eastbourne Congress Theatre
14 – 25 June Milton Keynes Theatre
28 June – 2 July Mayflower Theatre Southampton
12 – 23 July Theatre Royal Plymouth
26 July – 6 August Newcastle Theatre Roya
9 – 20 August Bristol Hippodrome
23 – 27 August Belfast Grand Opera House
30 August – 10 September Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin
13 – 24 September Hull New Theatre
27 September – 1 October New Theatre, Cardiff
4 – 15 October Liverpool Empire
25 October – 5 November New Victoria Theatre, Woking