Vampires Rock Christmas!
happens this Christmas, this won't be a your average Christmas show
as the main cast members Steve Steinman and Toyah Willcox put their
own version of a panto!
Christmas and 'Silent Night' are the normal things you
tend to think of at this time of year, but rock fans will be jumping
for joy as the Vampires come to Liverpool Arena and Convention
Centre (ACC) on Saturday, 27 December 2008...
The Vampires Rock show is now a world famous hit already, but for
Christmas they have added that extra bite, with some well known
names in it and a whole lot darker and a whole lot more fun! The
cast will be rocking the night away with some of the best known rock
anthems ever, including some number 1 Christmas classics...
If you do not know what it is all about then a quick intro. The show
is set in the year 2030, the undead are livelier than ever,
especially in club 'Live and Let Die', where Baron Von
Rockula (Steve Steinman) and The Devil Queen (Toyah Willcox) reside.
Sadly for The Devil Queen, the Baron is on the look out for a new
bride. In the words of The Devil Queen "I would say 'over my
dead body', but then I'm already dead, aren't I?!" so the
story is set... Unlike other musical plays, no two nights are quite
the same, so if you think you have seen it, think again. The Story
is told, as you might have guessed by now, through the songs written
by some of Rocks legends including Brian May 'Queen';
Paul Crook 'Meat Loaf' and Eddie Ojeda 'Twisted
Sister'. With amazing stage set, pyrotechnics, "VERY"
beautiful dancers and of course Steve Steinman's famously powerful
vocals and sense of humour, make sure you'll be on your feet. So get
out your air guitar and get ready to rock around the Christmas Tree
Last week we got a chance to interview Toyah and Steve as they took
a look around the new Arena. They informed us that "this
year's show will have some bite" and that they could not
wait to do the show.
To hear our exclusive audio interview with Toyah Willcox and Steve
Steinman, please select audio player below.
we will have a bit more about this show and a competition for you to
to what will be the best alternative panto in the city!
If you do go, remember your fancy dress... it is optional, but
Ticket Prices:- £25.00 + booking and
handling fees from the Liverpool ACC Box Office via calling 0844
8000 400 or through their website at