Vampires Rock

PUBLISHED: 19:35 20 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:36 25 May 2010

BLOOD, fangs and rock 'n' roll will help to conjure up an astounding show when it arrives in Weston next month.

BLOOD, fangs and rock 'n' roll will help to conjure up an astounding show when it arrives in Weston next month.

Following on from the phenomenal success of the 2009 tour, Toyah Willcox will once again join the cast of Vampires Rock.

Hailed by some of rock's royalty including Brian May of Queen and Paul Crook of Meat Loaf, Vampires Rock is a show like no other.

With a twist of funk and a hint of comedy, and jam packed with the greatest anthems many know and love, it is guaranteed to get people on their feet.

With a massive fan base and sales of well over one million, Vampires Rock is theatre's best kept secret.

Performing at The Playhouse, along with Steve Steinman and Toyah Willcox, will be a full cast of superb singers, dancers and a formidable band that will blast its way through some of the greatest ever rock anthems.

We Will Rock You, Bat Out of Hell, Highway to Hell, Since You've Been Gone, Total Eclipse of the Heart, Devil Gate Drive, I Love Rock 'n' Roll and Sweet Child of Mine will be just a few of the big classics performed.

All teamed with an amazing stage set and pyrotechnics to blow your mind, this rock spectacular is certainly not to be missed.

Dare to see the show? Catch it at the High Street venue at 7.30pm on February 11.

Tickets, priced £18.50, are available on 01934 645544 or via

*The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse to offer three lucky readers the chance to win tickets to see Vampires Rock.

To enter the competition, simply click on the link below and answer the following question by 10am on January 29: Which well known female is performing alongside Steve Steinman in Vampires Rock?

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor's decision is final.

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