We Will Rock You - EXTRA SHOW by popular demand

Published on 09 March 2018


With 24 of Queen’s hit songs, Rockhampton Regional Council’s upcoming musical We Will Rock You was always going to be a big show, but now it will be even bigger with the announcement of an extra performance – on Sunday 25 March at 6pm

The additional show brings the total to six shows in the season.

Chair of Rockhampton Regional Council’s Community Services Committee, Cr Rose Swadling said it was great to see the community supporting this local production.

“The performers in this show all have regular jobs but they put in a lot of their spare time to bring us a superb show, so it is wonderful that the community is getting behind them,” she said.

“I strongly urge anyone who hasn’t yet booked to do so. Don’t leave it until it is too late,” she said.We Will Rock You is a spectacular rock musical, created by Queen and Ben Elton. It features a cast of more than 30, backed by an eight piece band. Audiences will enjoy hits such as We are the Champions, I Want To Break Free, Killer Queen, Under Pressure, Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites The Dust, We Will Rock You and many more.

While an extra performance has been added, there are still good seats available for all performances.

 Director Wayne Scott Kermond said that he was thrilled that another performance has been added to the season.

“Through our very successful previous productions Mary Poppins and Wicked, audience members know they are going to get a quality show. By scheduling this extra performance we are making sure that everyone who wants to see the show gets a chance to see the show before the final curtain comes down,” he said.

“If you have ever wanted to hear the music of Queen live on stage here in Rockhampton with a great band, don’t leave it too late, this is your chance, good seats are still available,” Wayne said.

We Will Rock You is a Rockhampton Regional Council production, supported by WIN Television, the Friends of the Theatre, and The Morning Bulletin. It will be performed at the Pilbeam Theatre for six performances:

Friday 16 March at 7.30pm, Saturday 17 March at 7.30pm Sunday 18 March at 3pm
Friday 23 March at 7.30pm, Saturday 24 March at 7.30pm, and Sunday 25 March at 6pm.

Good seats are still available for all performances.

Tickets are on sale now at seeitlive.com.au or at the Pilbeam Theatre Box Office, phone 4927 4111.