Why See Knights of the Rose?
A Flagon of Mead and some Bon Jovi Please
A brand new musical is hitting London's shores this summer as Knights of the Rose, an epic story of love, bravery and betrayal, sets up shop at the Arts Theatre. As chivalrous knights return from battles overseas, they are looking forward to some peace and quiet with a flagon of mead and a roasted joint of meat. What meets them, however, is something quite different.
With a script consisting of work by the likes of Chaucer, Shakespeare and Marlowe Knights of the Rose is also littered with some of the biggest rock anthems of all time. With hits from Bon Jovi, Bonnie Tyler, Meatloaf, No More and many more all being featured, the sweeping plot is given an even more grandiose musical backdrop which will leave you rocking all the way home.
Opening night: 29 June 2018
Cast and Creative
Andy Moss as Gawain
Ruben Van Keer
Tom Bales, Ian Gareth Jones, Kelly Hampson
Directed and choreographed by Racky Plews
Written by Jennifer Marsden
Designed by Diego Pitarch
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