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Rock on? Brian May and Ben Elton working on We Will Rock You sequel
By Editorial Staff · 16 Apr 2014 · London

As the Queen musical prepares to make its final bow at the Dominion Theatre, news of a follow-up has emerged

12 things that have happened since the premiere of We Will Rock You
By Ben Hewis · 14 Mar 2014 · London

In honour of one of London's longest running shows, we take a look at some things that you may not believe have happened since the Queen musical opened 12 years ago

Motown: The Musical boogies into Dominion after We Will Rock You?
By Editorial Staff · 11 Mar 2014 · London

The Broadway jukebox hit is one of a number of shows currently being tipped

We Will Rock You closes at Dominion on 31 May 2014 after 12 year run
By Editorial Staff · 11 Mar 2014 · London

The Queen musical, which has been running since 2002, is the West End's fifth longest-running musical

What show should I see this weekend?
By Ben Hewis · 12 Feb 2014 · London

Buying tickets to see a show can be hard work, but not any more! Try our flowchart to find out what you should see this week

Amanda Coutts and Rolan Bell join We Will Rock You, show extends
By Editorial Staff · 21 Aug 2013 · London
Queen and Ben Elton's musical We Will Rock You has announced new casting from October and extended booking at the West End's Dominion Theatre until April 2014. Rolan Bell© Dan ...
West End Live 2013 takes place this weekend - see the full schedule
By Editorial Staff · 21 Jun 2013 · London
Thriller Live! performing at West End Live (2009)© Dan Wooller West End Live, a weekend of free entertainment from top London shows, return to ...
Top Ten: West End shows to see for Father's Day
By Editorial Staff · 12 Jun 2013 · London
We Will Rock YouWhat Dad doesn't like Queen?! Now in its 11th year in the West End, We Will Rock You continues to go from strength to strength at the Dominion ...
WOS Poll: Long-runners keep West End alive, say 9 out of 10 theatregoers
By Editorial Staff · 21 Mar 2012 · London
John Owen Jones in Les Miserables Star-studded openings and critiques of new shows may grab the bulk of the column inches and headlines, but it's the long-runners that keep the West ...

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