Sunday, 5 April 2009

WWRY

If you remember the music of Queen, this show is for you.

We Will Rock You is a futuristic tale of the loss of the music.... of the "age of Boy Bands and Girl Bands. Of Boy and Girl Bands. Of Girl Bands with a couple of boys in them that look like girls anyway."

And a tale of the Bohemians living beneath the cities. Rebels who search for a hero to find the legendary mighty guitar buried in time and bring the real rock music back....

Don't miss it.... it's a great show. I was so enthusiastic about it that OlderSon and The Equestrienne have booked tickets. And OlderSon refuses to see shows with singing and dancing.... but I know he'll love it!

23 comments:

dogbait said...

Hope it comes here. MP and Muppet's Mum have just seen Billy Elliot and described it as awesome.

madretz said...

totally awesome dude! :D

sounds like something I'd love to see. Glad you enjoyed it!

Sheila said...

It's been playing for quite a while so it must be good. I think my daughter saw it too.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Looks cool but I haven't seen it. So many things to do and so little time!

Libby said...

Haven't been to the theatre for ages, but will keep my eyes open for this!

Suldog said...

Sounds like fun, the hard rock equivalent to Mama Mia.

photowannabe said...

Have a super time Shammy. I know you will.

Hilary said...

Frank and I have been debating about Jersey Boys.. but now that you mention We Will Rock You, I'll have to look into that one. Thanks for the thumbs up.

rosemary said...

we don't have the right accommodations here...but maybe in Spokane. I would love to see this.

Linda G. said...

It will probably never make it to our little town....sigh..

leejatta said...

Greetings to you and Callum!
I just came from Melli`s home, where I was nursing her during weekend.
I looked at photos of Callum
`s outdoors walking and it was like Melli`s wondering all things, what we can see now, when snow is gone - almost around Melli`s home.
All the best for you both!

edward said...

i can meow bohemian rhapsody.

Craver Vii said...

Queen is one of those bands that I just can't help but sing along with, while driving. (Windows closed) I seem to be able to recall the words effortlessly, and blurt it all out... falsettos included.

I'm afraid that if I saw that show, I might be too tempted to sing along and end up being escorted out of there by security.

Wendy said...

I think you'll have a blast! I love Queen. Brings me back to a time when life was easier......

Squirrel said...

I agree with craver on this one.

Beverly said...

I hope it shows up around my area...sounds great.

lettuce said...

i walked under the giant Freddie statue in London, at the theatre, again yesterday....

does sound like a good show

Peter said...

It's nice and necessary to get rocked now and then! :-)

LC said...

I like the mug shots of the date.

Middle Ditch said...

When I listen to some of the later songs you now know that Mercury knew he was dying. Something I didn't notice at the time.

I had a look at the Maple syrup gathering and processing. I had no idea it was done this way. Never too old to learn.

Squirrel said...

more photos of Callum, please!

leejatta said...

Greetings from East Finland - still snowy !
But next week we hopefully will see landscapes without snow, when we will go to China :)

I wish you and your family happy spring days and hopefully we will "see" again after our journey!

madretz said...

just popping in to say "Hi!"

has spring hit the great white north yet?

xoxo