Hook up your fishnets, tighten your corsets and prepare to ‘do The Time Warp again’ - The Rocky Horror Show has returned to the Midlands!
Richard O Brien’s cult production tells the tale of the straight-laced Brad and the deliciously corruptible Janet, who arrive at the castle of the alien transvestite Frank N Furter and witness the birth of the monster, Rocky. Along the way, they take the audience through a selection of love-’em-or-loathe-’em musical numbers, including Sweet Transvestite, Damn It Janet and The Time Warp.
Great fun’s a guarantee - particularly if you get into the spirit of things and attend the show dressed in your very best stockings and suspenders (as many patrons do)!
Birmingham's Alison Hammond stars as the Narrator alongside Blue singer Duncan James, Strictly Come Dancing champion Joanne Clifton and a1’s Ben Adams.
The Rocky Horror Show runs at the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, until Sunday 25 May.
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