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Following smash-hit performances in London, New York, Toronto and Germany Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell is revving its engines and peeling into London’s Peacock Theatre for a pit stop on its UK tour. Book Bat Out of Hell musical tickets now to secure your seats whilst availability lasts.
Bat Out of Hell London 2023 run
This rock ‘n’ roll romance roars into life on the stage. In a post-apocalyptic world, Obsidian is ruled by a tyrant named Falco. ‘The Lost’ are a rebellious gang of forever young teenagers and their Leader is Strat is constantly at odds with Obsidian’s tyrannical ruler. Things change forever when Strat falls in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of his nemesis.
This wild-child musical is unlike anything you’ve seen before, but at its core is a romance about star-crossed lovers. This over-the-top musical spectacle pushes boundaries and is sure to rev your engines.
Winner of the Evening Standard Best Musical Award in 2017, Bat Out of Hell is a fan favourite show that constantly has people on their feet cheering. Since it left the Dominion Theatre in early 2019 people have been asking when Bat Out of Hell would return to London. The musical returns to London for a limited 6-week run from 17 February to 1 April 2023.
The cast of Bat Out of Hell
The cast of Bat Out of Hell features Glenn Adamson as Strat, Kellie Gnauck as Raven, Rob Fowler as Falco, Sharon Sexton as Sloane, Matteo Johnson as Tink, Jayme-Lee Zanoncelli as Zahara, James Chisholm as Jagwire and Katie Tonkinson as Valkyrie.
The cast is completed by Danny Whelan as Ledoux, Jay Anderson as O’Dessasuite, Alex Bowen as Goddesilla, Georgia Bradshaw as Kwaidan, Amara Campbell as Vilmos, Eirik Dahlen as Esquivel, Alexandra Doar as Scherzzo, Luke Hall as Markevitch, James Lowrie as Denym, Rory Maguire as Hollander, Catherine Saunders as Mordema, Luke Street as Hoffman/Alternate Strat, Craig Watson as Astroganger and Beth Woodcock as Spinotti.
Bat Out of Hell songs
This award-winning musical features songs from Jim Steinman and rock ‘n’ roll legend Meat Loaf. The Bat Out of Hell album is one of the best-selling rock albums in history with more than 50 million copies sold.
The show is full of powerhouse ballads that you know and love 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 of course, the title track, Bat Out of Hell.
This Jim Steinman musical extravaganza is as close as you can come to seeing Meat Loaf in a London theatre. People are saying they’d do anything, even that, to see the Bat Out of Hell musical in London, Tickets are sure to go quick so book yours today!
Book Bat Out of Hell tickets now!
Bat Out of Hell comes to the Peacock Theatre for a strictly limited season. Don’t be left cold and lonely in the deep dark night, secure your seats now. Tickets for Bat Out of Hell are sure to sell out quickly so book now to avoid disappointment.
Bat Out of Hell has dedicated this tour, including the London performances, to the memory of Jim Steinman (November 1, 1947 – April 19, 2021) and Meat Loaf (September 27, 1947 – January 20, 2022).
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 13+.
Running time2 hours 40 minutes (including interval)
Performance dates17 February 2023 – 1 April 2023
ContentStrong language, mature sexual themes, loud music, haze effects, theatrical smoke, strobe lighting, pyrotechnics (including flames and CO2 jet, confetti).
AccessThere will be a BSL interpreted Performance on Saturday 4 March at 2:30pm, Captioned Performances on Saturday 11 March at 2:30pm and Saturday 11 March at 7:30pm, an Audio Described Performance on Saturday 25 March at 2:30pm with a Touch Tour.
News / Productions / Features / Photos
New production images released for Bat Out of Hell
The unforgettable album from Meat Loaf has been reworked into a must-see dystopian musical and is the ultimate feast for the senses. The rock ‘n’ roll meets romance production Bat Out of Hell is pumped with adolescent turmoil and soaring musical performances. Following critically-acclaimed performances that have shaken the globe, Bat Out of Hell rides its motorcycles straight onto the stage of London's Peacock Theatre! Recently, new production images have been released for Bat Out of Hell, which shows the cast fully immersed in their roles as they trek through the wastelands of Obsidian. Take a sneak-peak at these images to see what's in store for a night of Bat Out of Hell brilliance! Book your tickets today!
20 Dec, 2022 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Productions / Interviews / Q & A
Interview with Bat Out of Hell’s Kellie Gnauck
They’ll do anything for love! Romeo and Juliet meets Rocky Horror in Bat Out of Hell The Musical! Set to the beat of the legendary collaboration of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf, Bat Out of Hell pushes family values to their very limits within the post-apocalyptic lands of Obsidian. When ruthless ruler Falco’s daughter meets the eternal teenage leader of The Lost, Strat, a love between them begins to blossom amidst their dystopian surroundings. However, the odds are stacked against them, and their ever-growing obsession threatens to destroy all they know. To celebrate our exclusive Black Friday theatre offer, we did a Q&A with Kellie Gnauck who plays Raven in Bat Out of Hell. Kellie recently took over the leading role after playing the part of Valkyrie, one of the leaders of The Lost and the feisty sister of LeDoux. Here’s what she had to say.
24 Nov, 2022 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Productions / Features / Casting / Photos
New casting announced for Bat Out of Hell
Brimming with the electrifying classics of Meat Loaf, the award-winning wild child production Bat Out of Hell announces new and returning cast members for its epic international tour. Witness the genius of legendary, award-winning composer Jim Steinman as his musical talents are woven seamlessly through this Rocky Horror meets Romeo & Juliet extravaganza. Book tickets for Bat Out of Hell today, for viewings at Peacock Theatre!
1 Nov, 2022 | By Kevin Thomas
Reviews / Features
London Theatre Review: Bat Out of Hell
It wasn’t until reading the programme notes that I learned the iconic album, Bat out of Hell, was originally written and conceived as a musical. In the 1970s, when no one produced the show, the album was recorded that went to sell half a million copies a week at its peak. The music has now come full circle and the show has been fully realised as a musical and is now on its second outing in the West End.
12 Dec, 2018 | By Harrison Fuller
News / Celebrities
Prince Harry attends a special gala performance of Bat Out Of Hell
Last night (6 December 2018), a special gala performance of the West End’s Bat Out of Hell was attended by Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. The one-off event at the Dominion Theatre was in support of the Invictus Games Foundation, of which Prince Harry is Patron.
7 Dec, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
Bat Out Of Hell: an explosive, high-energy night out
Loud. To begin with, that was my overwhelming initial impression of the show. Considering a good proportion of the audience appeared to be my age (early 50s) and possibly coming for a wander down memory lane, I wondered if it was going to be too loud to really enjoy. I needn’t have worried.
9 Nov, 2018 | By Carole Lovstrom
Bat Out of Hell invites audiences to sing along for certain performance
‘You took the words right out of my mouth!’ The producers of Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell – The Musical have announced five special performances during which audiences are invited to sing along with the cast! Don’t know the words? A surtitle screen will be provided!
9 Aug, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels