Hey Guys, Just wanted to say what a brilliant time we had at Southampton on Sunday! It was our second time of seeing the show. I didn’t think it could have got better but boy, you blew us away!! Amazing music, fantastic musicians (the Sweet child of mine solo sent hot and cold shivers up and down my spine) gorgeous dancers and VERY talented performers. When Toyah was on stage I couldnt take my eyes off her she was mesmerising. Beautiful woman. My husband thinks I’m a little bit in love with her and I think he might be right! lol Cant wait to see Bad Boy Johnny now. BRING IT ON!
What can I say? That was just superb last night (Southampton) !! How do you get away with it .. doing something you obviously love so much, and surrounding yourself with scantily clad women whilst getting paid for it? Total respect! You have produced a show that is not just great music, well performed, but also so much FUN!. And what a great way to get kids into decent music (mine said on the way home that she’ll never watch X-Factor again). On top of that you can showcase a Rock-Goddess supreme in Toyah Wilcox (how did you two ever hook up?), not to mention the rock-goddess wannabee that is Emily Clark – boy she nailed Devil Gate last night. Then to top it off, you bring the cast out front to meet people afterwards. Great PR for you of course, but what a nice touch for all the fans too. A most entertaining night. We’ll be back. Cheers, Adrian
Hello everyone it was fantastic to see the show again at Buxton in Dec…. wow you guys really rock and what a fantastic occasion to live the fantasy and dress in costume.. my mother thinks Steve is fantastic (I think she wants to bite you lol ) she was the lady who threw the rose at you.. fantastic to meet Toyah i have been a fan for many years. We have our tickets to Bat the symphony in June cant wait keep rocking the free world and I am sorting some good gear for the next instalment of vampires Rock life is good Peace Daisy xxx
Could you pass a message on to Steve and Toyah, I loved the show that you did in Skegness. I sang to some of the songs and I also play the drums.
What can I say, ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!! What am I talking about? Vampires Rock, Saturday night in Salisbury the whole production was fantastic. Also, saw the Bat out of Hell Symphony this year – also brilliant! Can’t wait for Bad Boy Johnny! Keep up the good work!
Now going to book again to see you at The Mayflower, Southampton in January, but not many seats left now, so will sign off!
All the best. Have a great Christmas break!!
After the visit to vampire rocks at Southport, both my wife and i could not stop talking about it. Soon as we arrived home we could not wait to put the dvd on we bought at the show. We are converted. Please come to Southport again, we will tell 40 people as you suggested. What a fantastic band and cast. Good look to you all. Best Wishes. Dennis & Carol.
Just saw the show in Preston – bought the tickets as a birthday gift for my husband, although we had seen the show back in 2006 when I was pregnant with our daughter. I’m now pregnant again and can confirm that you rocked the baby into dancing as well as the audience! The show was fantastic, the cast brilliant, the blonde dancer was superb – she should have her own spotlight section, you couldn’t keep your eyes off her and her energy was infectious. Henry was extremely delicious, although I don’t think we’ll get chance to see the Bad Boy Johnny show in Preston as the new baby will only be a couple of weeks old by then. I wish you well with the new show and hope that you rock London’s socks off when you take it down there. Thank you for such a brilliant evening. Keep up the good work. :oD Claire & Mark, Blackpool
Please pass on to the cast & crew of Vampire Rocks, a wicked good night in Northampton & the latest show is the best so far!!!
Probably because I’m bias and it featured all my favourite tunes, really good to hear some AC/DC
Carolyn & Sue
hi steve..sorry bit late but brilliant show in northampton fri night,sorry could not stay to say hi to all you guys,but hope to see you next year some time…all the best Dave and Wayne…ps will Bad boy johnny be coming to the derngate?..all the best.
Just dates & performances to you, but birthdays to us. I celebrated mine in Southend on 18th with a special birthday treat, TOYAH singing some of her early songs, wearing a snug fitting, sexy, slinky, silver suit (off for a cold shower back soon). Sadly due to travelling back to Stevenage we couldn’t stay and meet you and the crew that night BUT we had tickets for Halloween, my wife’s birthday. Now to be honest we weren’t entirely sure about Boseley, and nor it seems was the Baron as he(you) shouted for Stringfellow early on to be told he’d been fed to the alligators. HOWEVER our fears were unfounded, once he had taken his teeth out his performance of FINAL COUNTDOWN/JUMP literally got the house rocking. I was even tempted to try and jump myself ( in the air not the other way!!!) not an easy thing as I walk with the aid of a walking stick & painkillers (lurve the painkillers ;-))
Initially my wife & I were unsure about the change of Toyah’s costume, we thought that discarding the Devil Queen’s black taffata tu-tu was a mistake as giving her that as a costume was inspired due to the innocence it portrayed. However the world kept turning and the rock kept coming so what the heck!!
Now to All Hallows Eve, we were initially disappointed at the lack of turnout so as it seems were you due to the many other events that night. But we thought the commitment to and passion for VR showed through. Not only were most of the audience die-hard fans, from where we were sitting, 4th row on your right looking from the stage, the noise and audience participation excelled the other 3 VRs we’d been to. We had a couple in front of us who were die hard rockers, but “popped their VR cherries” that night and swore they would be back once they got their voices back.
The only sad note to the whole evening was that after the show, we went to the merchandise stand (and got another tee shirt this one in my size) we were gently but insistantly ushered out by the theatre staff, meaning that we couldn’t get to meet you and the girls oh yes and the guys as well.
The solo by Henry was great, was it from Johnny?? The wolf whistles and cheers which met your announcement of his lack of upper body coverage were intense, especially from the chaps behind us.
We loved Bat the Symphony, just a shame the drum solo was cut short…
We’ll try to get another VR in if we can afford it before we see Bad Boy Johnny and the Prophets of Doom, hopefully in Blackpool as we’ll take that as our holiday, so hopefully we’ll get the chance to hang around again and meet you this time. Or you get forewarned of our intentions and leg-it early.
We hope all goes well with the knee problems and see you soon
Best wishes to all
Keith & Annette
Just to tell you I was at your performance tonight at the derngate northampton, and you were awesome, will be back to see the other 2 shows you have planned and will be back to see Vampire Rocks again next year, carry on the good work you are amazing x
Hi , Steve and gang ,
I watched your show last night at Grimsby , very entertaining , i loved the audience banter and the music , i cannot wait for you to return here .
Many thanks for a wonderful evening , all the best for the future .
What a privilege to see this superb show again-our 4thVampire experience in under 2 years!!
2 hours of rockin’heaven-the new songs fit a seamlessly-Thunderstruck as an opener,what a start!
Toyah nailed the Cult’s Sanctuary and Bosley’s Final Countdown/Jump-brilliant!
Can’t praise Steve and the cast enough-entertainment heaven!I If you are pondering whether to go and see this show,just go and if you don’t enjoy you must be dead or Abba fans!
To the folks behind us-NO-We were not drunk but enjoying a superb evening-this show is best enjoyed on your feet!
Looking forward to 2010 and seeing BBJohnny/Bat the Symphony & Vampires Rock-AGAIN
The gang from Milton Keynes!!
PS-Emily-you have definitely got the real X factor!