Adapted from the DC Comics, Batman Live faithfully tells the comic books' stories of Robin’s search for justice. The quest leads him to follow in the footsteps of his hero, the mysterious vigilante known as the Batman – much to the dismay of his protective guardian, millionaire Bruce Wayne – who secretly happens to be Dark Knight himself.
Opening at Manchester's MEN Arena on 20 July 2011 and visiting Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Birmingham, London, Liverpool, Nottingham and Dublin, the tour will end its run at Belfast's Odyssey Arena prior to touring North America in summer of 2012.
The live show will feature a number of familiar DC Comics characters including Police Commissioner James Gordon and Bruce’s trusted butler Alfred Pennyworth facing off against villains including the Joker, the Penguin, Catwoman, the Riddler, Two-Face, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. The story will take place in several settings which will be familiar to comic book fans, including Gotham City, Wayne Manor, the Batcave and Arkham Asylum, all brought to life with "impressive stunts, pyrotechnics, illusions and video screen sequences."
Batman Live will have circus sequences created in association with Circus Space, the UK’s National Centre for the Circus Arts, with aerialists Juliette Hardy-Donaldson and Bryan Donaldson acting as circus consultants.
The show is produced by Warner Bros Consumer Products, DC Entertainment and Nick Grace of Water Lane Productions. Batman Live has set design by Es Devlin, music composed by James Brett, sound design by Simon Baker, lighting design by Patrick Woodroffe, video direction by Sam Pattinson, costume design by Jack Galloway.
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