Blackpool goes Ka-POW over ‘Batmobile’ from the ‘ICONIC’ 1989 BATMAN film

21 March 2017

The great Steve Steinman and shows cast members alongside the original Batmobile from the ‘ICONIC’ 1989 Batman film made a staged entrance outside Blackpool’s Grand for the World Exclusive Launch of his new production ICONIC on Saturday.

Andrew Howard, Grand Theatre Marketing Manager said ‘We have been blown away by Steve and his creative team who joined us for their World Exclusive Press Launch at The Grand. The ‘ICONIC’ Batmobile caused quite the stir brining Blackpool town centre to standstill. Even local businesses got involved!

‘Sneak peeks of Catwoman, The Joker and Steinman dressed as Bond has had fans literally going wild and with the company giving very little away. We cannot wait to see what they have in store for us.’

“Hugely successful” and “creative stage show genius” are just two recent descriptions of Manchester’s very own Steve Steinman. This is no surprise, as he has continually impressed his army of fans with shows including The Meat Loaf Story, Vampires Rock, Vampires Rock Ghost Train and Bat Symphony since soaring to success on Stars in Their Eyes over two decades ago as Meat Loaf.

Steve and his creative team always deliver exhilarating performances that are packed with energy, fabulous dance routines, spectacular special effects and of course, amazing music that has everyone up on their feet. Throwing just the right amount of fun and humour into his scripts, Steinman ensures that he also has his audiences roaring with laughter.

ICONIC is set in the future where movie theatres have all but disappeared and a single magical cinema still stands with one lonely occupant – an usher called Benson. He attempts to entice viewers to attend the final screening of the evening as a cast of amazing singers, dancers and musicians perform their way through a midnight medley of iconic soundtracks; reawakening musical memories of the most recognisable songs of all time.

Hits from movie greats such as Kill Bill, Batman, Pulp Fiction, Purple Rain, Bond and Mad Max are featured including tracks from Queen, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones and Prince to name but a few.

We’re sure that if anyone can pull it off Steve, you can!
So go ahead Punk, Make Your Day!
Book your tickets soon to avoid disappointment

Grand Theatre Blackpool, Sun 26 March 2017, 7:30pm
Tickets £24 to £28

Call Box Office on 01253 290 190 or visit
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