I am a bit late with posting this, but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody last Saturday in Newcastle and it was brilliant
It was a celebration of Queen music, so no storyline like WWRY. As a WWRY fan rather than a Queen fan (bit before my time) it took me a while to get into as it seemed like WWRY in the wrong order and without the script, but after a couple of songs I really got into it. The muscial arrangements seemed the same as WWRY with the male and female vocals, other than Rachel Wooding singing It's a Kind of Magic as a solo. She was amazing and stole the show for me. Other WWRY ex-cast in the show were Lucinda Shaw and Andrew Derbyshire (Sabrina Aloueche pulled out), and the rest of the cast were Jonathan Ansell, Simon Bowman, Duncan Heather (who after seeing him in this, I think would be fab in WWRY), Victoria Hamilton-Barritt and Erin Cornell. It was nice for me to hear Queen songs other than those in WWRY, including the original Radio GaGa lyrics, and the cast even got a well deserved standing ovation for Barcelona at the end of Act One! It's a shame it's not doing more of a UK tour (I think there are a couple more dates, but in the South) as I'd have liked to have seen it again.
"Seek salvation in the place of living rock.
A bright bright star will show the way.
Go to where the champions played."