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Her Majesty's Ballarat
15 - 25 Jul, 2021
18 Feb - 5 Mar, 2022


Stephen Armati


Jane Nice

Katherine Armati


Kristiana Withers (2021)

Gareth Grainger​ (2022)



GALILEO - Montgomery Wilson

SCARAMOUCHE - Vanessa Belsar

KILLER QUEEN - Rachel Angee

KHASHOGGI - Gareth Grainger

OZ - Shelley Szova

BRIT - Dylan Shalless

BUDDY - Corey Hall


Alexander Morley

Bethany Moloney

Brandon Moore Trye

Caleb Tong

Catherine Pettie

Dana Reynolds

Dominique Sharp (U/S Killer Queen)

Elaine Tso

Emerson Tolliday

Emma Rix (U/S Oz)

Genevieve Chalkley (U/S Oz)

Genevieve Withers

Hammond Buckland

Harriet Murphy

Heleana Cook

Isabelle Farrah

Jacinta Drake

Jai Hillas

Jessica Brady

Jessica Wilkinson

Joe Lacey (U/S Buddy)

Jordyn Chapman

Lilly Pennell

Lochlain Kelly

Matthew Bandy (U/S Brit)

Matthew Kaess (U/S Khashoggi)

Mei Turnbull

Paul Roberts

Phillip Howden

Rylie Mulrooney

Sarah Hiller

Tess Kelly

Tori Heenan (Dance Captain / Swing)

Victoria Parry

Zara Hayward

Zenaye McKee

Want to break free? The company behind the hit productions of Phantom of the Opera, Rock of Ages, CATS, Jesus Christ Superstar, Jekyll & Hyde and Les Miserables, will rock Her Majesty's Ballarat in February/March 2022 with a brand new production of the smash-hit musical, We Will Rock You.


Since 2002 over 16 million theatregoers in 19 countries have been thrilled by this awe-inspiring production which is based on the songs of Queen with a book by Ben Elton (The Young Ones, Blackadder, Popcorn).

The musical features over 24 of Queen’s greatest hits including We Are the Champions, Radio Ga Ga, I Want To Break Free, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, Don’t Stop Me Now, Under Pressure, Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust and, of course, We Will Rock You.

We Will Rock You is a hilarious, eccentric, and moving story of outsiders rising up against the establishment. In a post-apocalyptic future, the world is controlled by a mighty corporation….rock music, and all musical instruments are banned. It’s up to two revolutionaries, Galileo and Scaramouche, to break free, restore individuality and bring back the power of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

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