|WWRY on sale now for Palace return|
WWRY Palace dates now on sale
Date: 26 April 2010
Following huge success in 2009 on tour, We Will Rock You returns to Manchester, this time during the festive season at the Palace Theatre, for a strictly limited period - 6 weeks only from 6 December. The show also stops off at Liverpool in September, 2011. Tickets for the Manchester dates are now on sale.
As part of an extensive tour the show follows Manchester with Scotland - the King’s Theatre, Glasgow for 5 weeks from 17 January. The tour does not end there as Spring 2011 takes We Will Rock You to the Wales Millennium Centre, Southampton Mayflower Theatre and His Majesty's, Aberdeen before returning to Birmingham Hippodrome in July and August.
The show then returns to the Northwest as it hits Liverpool Empire from 5 September before returning to rock Bristol in October. After a stop-off at the Grand Theatre, Leeds from 31 October for 5 weeks, the tour returns to the Scottish capital Edinburgh and the Playhouse for Christmas 2011 and New Year 2012.
Casting for the touring version of We Will Rock You has yet to be announced but the previous cast included Jonathan Wilkes and Brenda Edwards.
- by Glenn Meads
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