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Details Knights of the Rose
, an epic medieval tale featuring a timeless playlist of classic rock songs. Headlined by five unforgettable Bon Jovi masterpieces and accompanied by much loved songs from Bonnie Tyler, Meatloaf, No Doubt and more. In this epic tale of betrayal, love, bloodshed and redemption, the noble Knights of the Rose must defend their House and their honour. Even as the chivalrous knights return from a glorious victory, a greater threat against the kingdom stirs. As they face the greatest battle of the age and betrayal threatens to tear them apart, can true love and honour triumph? With rich interwoven literature from Marlowe, Shakespeare and Chaucer mixed with legendary classic rock music; Knights of the Rose
is a glorious fusion of popular culture, evocative of Game of Thrones
and Bat out of Hell
.Performers Andy Moss (Gawain), Adam Pearce (King Aethelstan), Chris Cowley (Palamon), Oliver Saqville (Hugo), Rebecca Bainbridge (Queen Matilda/Bess), Rebekah Lowings (Isabel), Matt Thorpe (Horatio), Ruben Van keer (John), Katie Birtill (Hannah), Bleu Woodward (Emily), Ian Gareth-Jones, Kelly Hampson, Tom Bales.
Author Jennifer Marsden. Producer Romance of the Rose Productions. Director Racky Plews. Choreographer Racky Plews. Design Diego Pitarch.
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