Don’t miss the Wollongong Premier of Queen’s greatest hits in a spectacular arena production brought to life at WIN Entertainment Centre.
PeeWee Productions presents We Will Rock You, the arena spectacular.
This amazing show is based on the legendary music of Queen with a book by Ben Elton. It is the 10th longest running musical in West End history.
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Featuring 21 of Queens greatest hits, the show tells the story of a group of Bohemians who struggle to restore the free exchange of thought and fashion while being forbidden to listen to rock music.
Show times are:
- Friday, November 16 - 8pm
- Saturday, November 17 - 2pm and 8pm
Doors open one hour prior to the show.
“The talented cast consists of 36 members, plus a band of eight musicians,” a spokesperson for PeeWee Productions said.
There are three main leads.
“Toby Francis plays Galileo - Toby was recently in the lead role of Charli in Michael Cassel’s Kinky Boots while Erin Clare plays Scaramouche - Erin played Scaramouche in the GFO tour of We Will Rock You.
“Queenie van de Zandt plays Killer Queen – Queenie played Cassandra in King Kong, and is known for her Jan Van de Stool fame.”
Canberra talent includes David Smith playing Brit, Sammy Marceddo playing Oz, David Cannell playing Buddy and Max Gambale playing Khashoggi.
The show is hilarious, and features the best of Queen’s many fantastic hits:
- Radio Gaga
- I Want To Break Free
- Somebody To Love
- Killer Queen
- Now I’m Here
- Under Pressure
- A Kind Of Magic
- I Want It All
- You’re My Best Friend
- No One But You
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love
- Seven Seas Of Rhye
- Who Wants To Live Forever
- Fat Bottom Girls
- Another One Bites The Dust
- Hammer To Fall
- These Are The Days Of Our Lives
- We Are The Champions
“Obviously the show culminates with We Will Rock You,” the spokesperson said. “And if people are really lucky, they might even get a little snippet of Bohemian Rhapsody.”
This production is doing a very short season, performing five shows at AIS arena in Canberra followed by three shows at WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong.
“The show is funny, electric, and big,” the spokesperson added. “People can expect great music, a funny story, huge lighting and visual production.”
Book now for the Wollongong shows at Ticketmaster so you don’t miss out.