School Of Rock To Support Minus18Andrew Lloyd Webber’s irresistible rock musical, School of Rock is partnering with Australia’s largest LBGTIQ youth organisation Minus 18 to present Pride Night @ School Of Rock

The show’s producers said, “We at GWB are thrilled to working with Minus 18 with our very own Pride Night @ School Of Rock. We support the courageous work they do with youth across Australia and are excited to be hosting this event in partnership with them.”

Minus 18 is Australia’s largest LGBTIQ youth organisation smashing homophobia, biphobia and transphobia through events, resources and workshops. Since 1998, over 56,000 young people have attended Minus18 events, over 550,000 have accessed education Australia wide and over 10 million have engaged with their advocacy campaigns worldwide.

Minus 18’s Head of Development, Bear Kruz said, “We believe that theatre holds a grand capacity to bring together communities and play host to important conversations – it’s why we’re excited to partner with School Of Rock. In a night full of pride, we’ll bring together the queer community to see a performance centred on challenging the status quo, in support of the youth across the nation.”

Since opening on Broadway to critical acclaim in 2015, School of Rock has been playing to packed houses and is now captivating audiences all across the US and in London’s West End. It has smashed box office records, garnered rave reviews, earned four Tony nominations, and won both the 2017 Oliver for Outstanding Achievement in Music and the 2017 WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Musical.

With a new score from Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by three-time Tony nominee Glenn Slater, book by Downton Abbey‘s Oscar winning Julian Fellowes, and all the original songs from the movie, School of Rock features an incredible cast of kids scorching riffs, pounding drums and rocking out live.