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30/04/03
Cyberjam at the Queen's
- Rocky Horror Show replaced

MARCHING BANDS come to the West End on 4 September. The American theatre group look set to change the face of theatreland with a premiere of Cyberjam at the Queen's theatre until 25 October.

The company build on the success of their 1999 hit, Blast! Their knack for incorporating brass players, percussionists and stage performers into a music theatre spectacle earned them a Tony award when the show transferred from the Apollo to Broadway. They went on to produce Shockwave and garner more praise with a five month tour of America.

Now their latest show replaces Richard O'Brien's popular Rocky Horrow Show. Following in the footsteps of Stomp and Riverdance, Marching Bands promise to bring a new form of theatre to town. "The show ignites a contemporary genre with cutting edge artistry," says a Cyberjam spokesman.




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