‘Bat Out of Hell’ Announces 2025 Tour Dates, Venues, and Cast

The highly anticipated musical ‘Bat Out of Hell’ has unveiled its tour dates and venues for 2025. The production, known for its arena-style presentation, promises an electrifying experience as it hits stages across the UK.

Set in a dystopian world, ‘Bat Out of Hell’ follows a group of immortal bikers who clash with a local warlord, culminating in a romance between one biker and the warlord’s daughter. The musical features iconic songs from Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf’s ‘Bat Out of Hell’ albums, including ‘You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth,’ ‘Bat Out of Hell,’ ‘I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That),’ and ‘Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad.’ Additionally, audiences will be treated to the previously unreleased track ‘What Part of My Body Hurts the Most.’

Inspired by its arena tour in Australia and New Zealand, the 2025 production will showcase an eight-piece rock band on stage and utilize multi-level platforms to enhance the visual spectacle. The cast includes Glenn Adamson as Strat, Katie Tonkinson as Raven, with original leading members Rob Fowler and Sharon Sexton reprising their roles as Falco and Sloane, respectively.

The production is directed by Jay Scheib, with musical supervision and additional arrangements by Michael Reed. Xena Gusthart contributes additional choreography, while Jon Bausor is responsible for set and costume design. The original costume designs are by Meentje Nielsen, with wig designs by Linda McKnight, video design by Finn Ross, lighting design by Patrick Woodroffe, and sound design by Gareth Owen. Steve Sidwell handles orchestration, with David Grindrod overseeing original casting and Anne Vosser handling current casting.

The 2025 tour schedule is as follows:

  • Edinburgh Playhouse: January 6–11
  • Portsmouth Kings Theatre: January 13–18
  • Liverpool Empire Theatre: January 20–25
  • Bromley Churchill Theatre: January 27–February 1
  • Cardiff New Theatre: February 3–8
  • Birmingham The Alexandra: February 10–22
  • Manchester Palace: February 25–March 8
  • Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre: March 10–15
  • Peterborough New Theatre: March 17–22
  • Cheltenham Everyman: March 31–April 5
  • Glasgow King’s Theatre: April 7–19
  • Leeds Grand Theatre: April 21–26
  • Woking New Victoria Theatre: May 5–10
  • Plymouth Theatre Royal: May 12–17
  • London Peacock Theatre: May 21–June 7
  • Leicester Curve: June 9–14
  • Milton Keynes Theatre: June 16–28
  • Wycombe Swan: July 21–26
  • Southend Cliffs Pavilion: August 4–9
  • Sunderland Empire: August 18–23
  • Dartford Orchard Theatre: August 25–30
  • Bristol Hippodrome: September 1–13
  • Northampton Royal and Derngate: September 15–20

Fans can look forward to an unforgettable experience as ‘Bat Out of Hell’ brings its unique blend of rock music and theatrical spectacle to stages across the UK.

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