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Knights of the Rose is a classic rock musical of Shakespearean proportions. Featuring the ultimate playlist including legendary ballads and timeless anthems from Bon Jovi, Meatloaf, Bonnie Tyler, No Doubt and many more.
In this epic tale of love, betrayal and sacrifice, the noble Knights of the Rose must defend their House and their honour. Even as the chivalrous Knights return from a glorious victory, a greater threat against the kingdom stirs. As they face the greatest battle of the Age, and betrayal threatens to tear them apart, can true love and honour triumph?
Woven from a rich tapestry of literature and high-voltage classic rock, this heroic new story charges its way into the heart of London this Summer.
Sue Stevens27th August
Thoroughly enjoyed this show. Great cast, and loved all the music Didn't want it to end.
Tony Thompson23rd August
An innovative and unusual show, performed with great enthusiasm. The idea of combining an ancient tale of knights and chivalry with modern and classical music worked very well. My only criticism is that sometimes the diction was not clear, patcicularly in the singing. Adam Pearce as the King (and Francis) was outstanding, particularly in his rendering of The Cold Song from the opera King Arthur.
Richard Scheiner22nd August
It was a great musical! At first the combination of Middle Age and 90's songs seemd strange, but it really worked well & created an excellent show!
jean strugnell20th August
Outstanding acting and fantastic music
Hebe Richardson20th August
Very expensive for the show that was put on. Great tunes, but the script is terrible and the show just doesn't flow. I feel for the cast as they are obviously more talented than this production. Having said that, we did have a great laugh!
David Pollard16th August
Very entertaining with good arrangements of well known songs, a great band and some terrific voices. Unlikely plot and dialogue but very engaging and at times surprisingly moving.
Keith Shelley14th August
Both myself and my wife thoroughly enjoyed the show, love the live music, our sort of thing.
Paul Spring13th August
Terrible script and nonexistent story. The singing was good and so was the band, but you can’t reciver from cringeing every minute.
Gareth Bartlett13th August
Well choreographed and written, slickly put together.
Deirdre Fletcher13th August
Excellent! Super fun. Great actors and their voices blew us away!
Sue Sycamore12th August
We loved Knights of the Rose, the talented performers delivered a great show.
Steve Lyall11th August
Enjoyable. Same sort of idea as Bat out of Hell (story line woven around popular songs) although not as good - but what is! Good voices and decent acting. Think it would do OK if transferred to the West End. Theatre small and compact.