A theater in London’s Camden West End.
Opened in 1929, inside in an art-deco style. Operated as a cinema and theater, in the 70s and 80s it served mainly as a concert hall (Bon Jovi, David Bowie, Tangerine Dream, Dolly Parton, U2 and others) from ’80 staged plays and musicals: Time, Grand Hotel, Barnum, Beauty and the Beast, Grease and others.
Since 2002, the main stage for the musical We Will Rock You has featured Queen’s music. Played from 14th May 2002 to 31th May 2014.
After refurbishment and reconstruction in 2014 it can currently hold 2,163 people. Musicals performed after renovation include Evita, White Christmas, Lord of The Dance, Elf, War of the Worlds, The Bodyguard, American in Paris, Bat Out of Hell The Musical, Prince of Egypt.
Performances in Dominion:
6th June 1982 Brian May with the band Heart
22nd May 1986 Freddie Mercury recorded the music video for the song Time.
14th April1988 Freddie Mercury performed in musical Time. The last time he sang live in front of an audience in his life.
1. Born To Rock’n’roll
2. In My Defense
3. It’s In Every One Of Us (with Cliff Richard)
18th February 1990 at the Brit Awards Queen received the “Outstanding Contribution to Music” Award. It was Freddie Mercury’s last public performance.
Performances as part of the musical We Will Rock You – Brian May and Roger Taylor from time to time appeared in performances and usually played in Bohemian Rhapsody. More information about specific dates and performances can be found HERE. The first time was on November 12, 2002, and the last time was on May 31, 2014.
- address: 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7AQ
GPS: 51.5166 ° N 0.1301 ° W
access Tottenham Court Road tube station
My photos from 2008 and 2016. Currently, the Freddie Mercury statue is in the garden at Roger Taylor’s house in Surrey.
A monument in Roger’s garden since 2014. Source of IG Roger Taylor