The legendary rock’n’roll musical is coming back to London for one weekend only with a host of stars to tell the story of two college kids and the infamous Dr. Frank ‘N’ Furter.
The Rocky Horror Show is a guaranteed party, which famously combines science-fiction, horror, comedy and music while encouraging audience participation meaning, of course, getting dressed in the most outrageous fancy dress.
Strictly Come Dancing Champion, Joanne Clifton, who plays Janet said: “I’ve always loved Rocky Horror.
I learnt the Time Warp in my dance classes in Grimsby when I was four years old.
Thirty years later and I’ll be jumping to the left on the actual Rocky Horror stage, I can’t quite believe it.”
Ben Adams from pop band A1, said: “Performing in Rocky Horror is a dream come true – I love the show so much it inspired me to write my own musical Eugenius!
“Joanne and I make quite a team and I’m sure that the whole cast will be raising the roof night after night as we perform for all the amazingly devoted Rocky fans.
Bring on the stilettos!”
New Wimbledon Theatre Until February 16
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