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  • 21 - 26 Jul
  • WOKING New Victoria Theatre
  • 0844 871 7645 Book Now
  • 28 Jul - 2 Aug
  • CANTERBURY Marlowe Theatre
  • 01227 787 787 Book Now

Booking Fees may apply. Some fees include £1 restoration levy

Rod Stewart is one of the best selling recording artists of all time. In a career spanning five decades he's as popular now as ever with his acclaimed new album 'Time' topping the UK charts, a sell-out Arena Tour in 2013 and last year's No.1 Bestseller 'Rod - An Autobiography'.

Tonight's The Night, the smash hit West End musical comedy inspired by the songs of Rod is the all-singing, all-dancing feel good show which went on to play sold-out theatres across the UK. Now is your chance to rediscover the magic of timeless classic songs, from Maggie May to Baby Jane and Hot Legs to Sailing plus many more!

Tonight's the Night tells the story of a shy young man, so tongue tied that he cannot find the courage to declare his love to the girl of his dreams. One night our hero strikes a deal with the Devil, trading his soul for Rod's. It seems like a good idea at the time but this guy is about to find out the hard way that you can't find true love using another man's moves and that devil or no devil, there's only one Rod Stewart!

This sensational musical comedy features spectacular staging, a world class band and dazzling choreography.


'The 19-strong ensemble and six-piece band giving it all they've got through two music-packed hours, the final curtain-call has the whole audience on their feet, swaying from side to side and singing Sailing in the very spirit of Rod himself'

The Scotsman

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'You could see from curtain up that the cast were loving every minute of being in the smash hit musical and that definitely rubbed off on the audience, who were singing along throughout!'

Torquay Express & Herald

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'Rod fans were calling out for their favourite songs, literally dancing in the aisles and enthusiastically swaying along to the finale of We Are Sailing while wearing the paper sailor hat handed to them on arrival'

Katie Fitzpatrick, Manchester Evening News

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