Described as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show for the new Millennium”, The Quentin Dentin Show returns to London following a successful run at Above the Arts. 

The Quentin Dentin Show (Above The Arts) - courtesy of Mihaela Bodlovic
(c) Mihaela Bodlovic. 

Playing at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 20th June, the cult rock musical has gained a strong following on its journey from humble beginnings to becoming a Off-West End rock musical.

Join the charismatic Quentin Dentin on his mission to make humanity happy. In order to demonstrate his musical therapies on his domestically unsatisfied test subjects Nat and Keith, Quentin Dentin finds his way into their world through the household radio – now a teleport for his sensational signing. Are you ready for him? If not, prepare for an appointment with the Brain Machine…

Featuring an original soundtrack, live rock band and dazzling choreography, The Quentin Dentin Show is a satire about the lengths people will go to get ahead in life.

Director Adam Lenson said: “I saw The Quentin Dentin Show in its previous production upstairs at the Arts Theatre and was struck by what an original, exuberant and powerful new rock musical it was. I’m thrilled to be able to work with the team to take this revised and enhanced version of the show to its new destination.”

The musical features music and lyrics by Henry Carpenter, a book by Henry Carpenter and Tom Crowley and choreography by Caldonia Walton. This production is produced by Hannah Elsy Productions.

The Quentin Dentin Show will play at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 20th June until the 29th July. For more information and to book tickets visit:



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