The producers of hit West End show, Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical, are delighted to announce a special Gala Performance of the show in support of the Invictus Games Foundation on Thursday 6 December 2018…

The producers of Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical said: “We greatly admire everything the Invictus Games Foundation does and so are delighted to be able to support them in this way. It’s going to be a spine-tingling night and one that no one will want to miss!”

Dominic Reid, CEO of the Invictus Games Foundation said: “This special Gala Performance is a great example of how the producers of the show are supporting the Invictus Games cause and will be a unique opportunity for us to acknowledge the beneficiaries of the Foundation and bring together the many military charities that we work with.”

The Invictus Games Foundation is the governing body of the Invictus Games, a global sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans. The next Invictus Games will be held in Sydney, Australia 20-27 October, with 500 competitors from 18 nations contesting medals in 11 different sports.

Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical has announced new ways for fans to show their support for the Invictus Games Foundation, to assist as it delivers its transforming work:

  • Bat Out Of Hell fans can now donate directly to the Invictus Games Foundation when buying their ticket on and the show is also donating a percentage of all top price tickets sold
  • Hundreds of tickets are being made available for veterans from military charity partners of the Invictus Games Foundation and their families to experience the hit show. The show’s producers have also made funds available that will assist with travel costs for those outside of London
  • The partnership also goes beyond funding, as there will be private tours, family theatre workshops, and the producers will be running a special employment programme to help assist wounded, injured or sick serving or ex-service personnel interested in a career in the theatre