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We Will Rock You 
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Fresh Face
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I saw it and loved it. I'm a big Queen fan and I thought it was a great tribute to the band.

I just found this page about We Will Rock You: http://www.theatres.tv/shows/we-will-rock-you-musical/

It looks informative and there's lots of information all on one page which I found was handy.


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Saw it tonight for a first time (the UK Tour, Manchester stop).

The story is stupid, but it's an incredibly fun and entertaining show, and I really enjoyed it!

Michael Jackson's name was added to the death list too, but is 50 "young" ?

Also, the Heartbreak Hotel was not the ruins of Tottenham Court Underground station like in London, but an underground area of a sewage/water treatment plant with ladders and pipes and valves. Does anyone know more of this? Seems an odd change, but works well.

Some great gag additions including stuff on Simon Cowell, Auto Tuning, and X Factor etc.


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Hi Xx_KitKat_xX,
Never watched we will rock you but heard so much about this show that I am interested to see.
Can anyone direct me to the link from where I can get the show? Any input will be appreciated.

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TR_Wolf wrote:
Michael Jackson's name was added to the death list too, but is 50 "young" ?

Yes. The notion of dying 'young' is relative to the age to which one can reasonably live and in modern Western society, where people often live into their Eighties with readily available healthcare and good housing, dying at 50 is certainly considered an early death. Furthermore, Michael Jackson was only five years older than Freddie Mercury was when he died and Freddie is the person to whom 'No One But You' pays tribute.

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