Hello. im leonie, Im nearly 11 and i came to see vampires rock, i thought it was wicked !
You were 1 of my favirotes ! It was you and emily. I really liked the show ALOT. i liked the bit when baron van rockular bit pandora Please write back i would absolutly love it Thank you From leonie xx
saw vampires rock in mansfield yesterday it was amazing, then we met the cast afterwards in the hall got photos and my programme signed. it was epic
Went to see the show in Bedford last week, brilliant, even Toyah at 50 is as sexy as ever. Great guitars – great music – great humour – it rocked.
I saw vampires rock in mansfield yesterday it was amazing, then we met the cast afterwards in the hall got photos and my programme signed. it was epic
WOW, WHAT AN ABSOLUTLY BLINDING SHOW AT MANSFIELD LAST NIGHT , THIS TOWN HAS ALWAYS KNOWN HOT TO ROCK AND LAST NIGHT WAS A GREAT ONE AT THAT. A QUICK QUESTION ABOUT THE DVD’S ON SALE. IS TOYAH IN ANY OF EM , WANNA BUY BABY. WILL DEFFO SEE YOU AGAIN GEOFF
You can ‘ t really fault this show, the singing, sets, band, storyline and song choices were absolutely amazing!! They really get us involved in the show, Stringfellow is so funny when he gets going, Pandora gives the sexy impression and works it, the baron is wicked, he really takes the vampire thing to the next level, the devil queens outfits are awesome. But Toyah was a bit stiff in her movements. The singing from everyone was so good that it blew me away and the band really know their cords. …
Great night out! Don’t go expecting to see a) a great piece of theatre or b) songs sounding exactly as the original band performed them and you’ll have a fantasic time, all the more if you get into the spirit and dress as a vampire!
A great fun show which we really enjoyed. Not sure that real hardcore stadium rock fans would appreciate it but, as general rock fans, we loved it! The cast and band made loads of effort and looked as though they had a ball too – good range of songs though not so many modern ones (e.g. Nickleback), maybe a change of line up would be a good idea? Well worth going though!
I went to see Vampires Rock at Milton Keynes on Sat 13th Sept 2008. The Stables at first appeared a small venue and we were concerned if it would be suitable. The show started with ‘Take me to the Jungle,’ what a great start. There were two periods to the show giving a story basically of Dracula’s Bride (very loosely). A couple of slower songs in the first period with some funny interludes left us feeling good but not great. The second period was hit after hit – and the finale was superb – danci …
Great fun and a fab show, I think those who didn’t like Vampire Rock must of expected the real bands to show up as it was meant to be and was a fun night.
Entertaining, great classics, funny and an awesome experience. I have seen it twice and will see again in Oct 08. This time I am bringing all my friends. It is more fun if you dress up like goths or vampires. Do not sit at the side near the speakers, you will not be able to see.
Nice and loud with an excellent blend of rock and ballads. All the cast can sing, all the cast can dance. The band are probably better than ever and this year they have Toya Wilcox belting out some great numbers as ‘The vampire Queen.’ Go and see this show.. (notice I didn’t say ‘go see’..) And Old Baron Rockulla and his side kick Stringfellow? Guys take a bow.. Fantastic. If this was in Vegas you’d be paying $200 just to stand outside and listen. The ticket price alone is worth it just to see the two guitar slingers let alone Steve and Toya.. Go and buy a ticket you skinflints.. You’ll be back next year.. Simon Cowell? Eat yer’ heart out… Stiggle von Trapp
Fantastic costumes, good singing, awesome dancing. Audience consisted of all ages which was great. The cast gave 100%. Great night would see again.
went to see Vampire Rock last night at the Hippodrome in Bristol and I have to say it was fab! Great acting, singing and brilliant laugh. Would highly recommend everyone to go and experience the show.
Vampire Rock was fantastic in every bit, I loved it. Loved the music and great acting.
hi Steve just to say a big thank to you and the band for a fantastic night out when you came to Manchester . i enjoyed the whole show but the highlight for me was singing a long to bat out of hell i am a huge meat loaf fan i even had my meat loaf fan club badge on and as meat loaf says don’t you ever stop rocking .please please can you come to wigan cos there’s a few venues you could play . you could play at lowton civic hall and the Monaco ballroom hindly best wishes and congratulations on making vampires rock in the west end for a week. best wishes Martin Spencer, wigan
hi i know this is a meat loaf fan club but i have to post this i went to see vampires rock for the first time staring Steve stinman and Toyah Wilcox it was fantastic he did some fantastic songs he sang dead ringer for love and bat out of hell at the end it was fantastic he had the whole audience on there feet i have been to many shows in Manchester but this was the best one yet i am thinking of seeing the Xmas show at Liverpool echo arena and at the end he sang god gave us rock n roll fab show go and see it
hi steve, thanks for accepting the friend request, we loved the show at palace in manchester…. we are going to try and go to the bat show in may at manchester opera house….
Great show last night (Manchester), keep up the good work keeping it ‘LIVE’. I’ll catch you out there on the road.