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School of Rock - The Musical

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s critically acclaimed Broadway smash-hit School of Rock The Musical is now thrilling London audiences at the New London Theatre. 

Based on the 2003 film School of Rock starring Jack Black, School of Rock The Musical tells the story of Dewey Finn, a down-and-out would-be rock star. Posing as a substitute teacher at an elite prep school in an effort to earn some cash, Dewey soon realises that his students have some incredible musical talents. Uniting his fifth graders in one awesome rock group, he sets his sights on the Battle of the Bands.

Recently nominated for a Tony Award for Best New musical, School of Rock The Musical’s sensational score full of pumping rock sounds has been singled out for particular praise. With its original score, including the songs ‘You’re in the Band’, ‘In the End of Time’ and ‘Teacher’s Pet’, its uplifting story and its robust sense of fun, this energetic new musical promises to be another West End triumph for music theatre legend Webber.

Playing at the New London Theatre, the home of Webber’s original production of Cats, book your tickets today to this buzzing new musical.

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Cancellation Policy

No refunds available after purchase.

Suitable For Children

General guidelines recommend the age of 5 and over as a minimum age however more specific guidelines may apply on specific productions. Children must be able to sit unaided, in their own seat and be attentive to the performance so as not to distract other paying members of the audience. Admittance to the auditorium shall always be at the discretion of the venue management

Good To Know

Current seating plans are not true representations of the final auditorium layout. Whilst we try to ensure accuracy as far as possible, we cannot guarantee that seat locations will not change when the show begins installation in October 2016. In particular, please be aware that some seating may end up closer or further from the stage than currently shown. Customers with specific requirements are advised to discuss these with the theatre prior to booking to avoid any confusion.

When Can I Go

Performance times: Wednesday to Monday evening performances starts at 7:30pm, Thursday Matinees 2:30pm and Sunday performances start at 3pm. There are no shows on Tuesdays.

Address

New London, Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5PF

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes (Includes one interval)

Where Do I Go

Address: New London Theatre, Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5PW - By Tube-Holborn/ Covent Garden - By Bus-1, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 501, 505, 521

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email immediately after purchase, please print this confirmation and bring it with you to collect your tickets. We recommend you arrive no later than 30 minutes before the performance time to collect your tickets and settle into your seats.

New London Theatre

New London, Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5PF

Latest customer reviews

  • School of Rock

    17 April 2017

    AMAZING!!

    Clare Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Very Good Show

    15 April 2017

    Very Good Show. Me and my kids loved it and enjoyed every single minute. Bought a CD afterwards for my 7 years old but I think now is family's favourite :)

    Niki Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Excellent

    14 April 2017

    My 10 yr old daughter has loved the film for the last few years - could not wait to see the show Was above and beyond our expectations adults/teenagers also enjoyed it brilliant!!!!!

    Annette stapleton-nunn Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • FABULOUS

    14 April 2017

    I took my son for his 10th birthday treat. He thoroughly enjoyed it. He sang along with all the songs. Purchased drum sticks to play on his drums at home. Many thanks for a wonderful show

    Joanne Amos Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • 18 January 2017

    "When Lloyd Webber and Julian Fellowes let down their hair, the results are hardly anti-establishment. But the kids are genuinely talented and this is good-natured entertainment"

    The Guardian

  • 18 January 2017

    "Lloyd Webber goes back to his rock roots and produces his freshest musical in years"

    The Stage

  • 18 January 2017

    "the most enjoyable few hours money can buy"

    The Telegraph

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