FOR those of you who were teenagers during the 80's or just loved the music and fashion of the decade this is a must see musical full of great songs from bands such as Foreigner, Whitesnake, Survivor, Bon Jovi, Journey and many more.

Sex, drugs and rock and roll ruled together with big hair, mini skirts, thigh high boots and shoulder pads.

Boy Drew (Noel Sullivan) dreaming of becoming a rock star meets Sherrie (Cordelia Farnworth) a wanna be actress follow their fantasy, encountering various trials and tribulations along the way concluding in a happy ending to the delight of the audience.

Stacey Jaxx (Ben Richards) rock god who men want to be and women want to be with threatens to split up the young dreamers.

The narrator of Rock of Ages is a character called Lonny (Stephen Rahman-Hughes) whose presence lit up the stage throughout oozing charm and charisma.

The dynamic and zealous cast delivered impressive vocals, raunchy dancers and were supported by a talented five piece band.

There was a real buzz around the auditorium throughout the show as the audience sang along to the hits including Don't Stop Believin', The Final Countdown and We Built This City - everyone was on their feet giving it large for the finale, a rocking good evening.

Runs until Saturday, 12th July at the Bristol Hippodrome.