School of Rock
- His Majesty's Theatre
His Majesty's Theatre
School of Rock
Get ready to stick it to the man Aberdeen, because Andrew Lloyd Webber’s West End and Broadway hit musical School of Rock is coming to rock out at HMT!
School of Rock is the global hit musical based on the iconic movie starring Jack Black. Wannabe rock star Dewey Finn is cast out by his dive-bar bandmates and finds himself in desperate need of cash. Posing as a substitute music teacher at an elite prep school, he exposes his students to the rock gods he idolises, transforming them into a mind-blowing rock band. While teaching these pint-sized prodigies what it means to truly rock out, Dewey falls for the school’s beautiful, but uptight headmistress, Miss Mullins, helping her rediscover the wild child within. But, will they all find redemption at the battle of the bands?
Featuring 14 new songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber, all the original songs from the movie, and a band of insanely talented kids that play live every show, School of Rock will warm your heart and blow you away in equal measure.
Don’t miss out! Book your tickets today to see the hit musical that everyone’s raving about.
Please note that School of Rock contains occasional strong language and may not be suitable for very young children.
SPECIAL EFFECTS: Please be advised that smoke effects and strobe lights are used during this performance.
Running Time: 2 hours & 30 minutes (including interval)
£57.50 - £24.00
Family & group discounts available:
Family of 4: £5 off per ticket for 2 adults / 2+ children (excl Fri/Sat and Balcony)
Groups 10+: £5 off (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)
Groups 20+: £6 off (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)
Groups 40+: £7 off (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)
Schools: £16 per ticket plus 1 in 10 free, upper circle and rear stalls only, Wed/Thu performances.
Discounts will be automatically applied when the qualifying number of tickets have been added to your basket.
To book more than 10 tickets, please contact the box office.
‘I laughed. I cried. I rocked!’ Jack Black
***** ‘Five-star triumph’ The Sunday Times
***** ‘The most enjoyable few hours money can buy’ The Daily Telegraph
***** ‘Terrific fun’ Daily Mail
**** ‘A big hearted show. Loud and cheeky, a feel-good experience with a hint of anarchic wildness’ Evening Standard
**** ‘A triumph for Andrew Lloyd Webber as the king of hit musicals’ Daily Mirror