VAMPIRES ROCK GHOST TRAIN back to haunt the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Steve Steinman’s Vampires Rock Ghost Train, the smash-hit show taking the country by storm, bursts onto the stage once again at the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham on Wednesday 26 October.Hailed by some of Rock’s royalty, Steve Steinman’s Vampires Rock is a show like no other. With a twist of rock and a hint of comedy, and jam packed with the greatest classic rock anthems you know and love, you’re guaranteed to be on your feet! Steve Steinman has ramped up the vamp in this spectacular sequel to the phenomenally successful Vampires Rock Musical Concert.

After more than a decade on tour with 3000 live performances, 5 star reviews and over a million sales nationwide; it’s no surprise that the UK’s favourite Vampire Baron is back in the all new Vampires Rock Saga ‘The Ghost Train’.

As Club Live and Let Die burns to the ground, Baron Von Rockula played by Steve Steinman flees the ill-fated club with his band of blood sucking vampires in search of a new home. Eventually they come across an old abandoned fairground ride The Ghost Train, where they take refuge and make this their new home. The Baron and his motley crew then set a cunning plan to lure victims into the ride and to live in Rock n Roll hell forever.

 

Amidst mischief and mayhem, this hilariously funny show lives up to its rocking reputation. It is packed with aerial stunts, fang-tastic fire routines, guitar gods and sexy vampettes performing some of the best rock anthems of all time, including tracks from Guns n Roses, AC/DC, Meat Loaf, Bon Jovi and many more.

 

You are going to need a ticket to ride – get on the Ghost Train it’s about to leave!

 

Tickets cost £28- £26 and are going like a ‘Bat out of Hell!’ so to get your hands on some call the box office on 0115 989 5555 or visit www.trch.co.uk.

 

Post Author: James Jarvis

Founder & Editor of ItsMuchMore.com In my early days I had a passion for video games of all kinds, which lead to myself and a number of close friends and family creating a gaming clan and community called UKRockers. After 10 years UKRockers disbanded which lead to myself and brother (RockerJarvis) creating ItsMuchMore. I still enjoy playing games now can be anything from retro, indie to today's biggest and best titles, it isn't just computer or video games that I enjoy doing I also like to go to the Theatre and Cinema.