Fans have gone wild for tickets for the dates across August and September, which will see the Queens take to locations including Birmingham, Liverpool, Edinburgh and London, with the show trending on Twitter.
Answering some fan questions, it was explained that the whole show will be performed during the drive-in performances, with the cast in costume and doing full choreography.
There will be large screens for anyone far away from the stage, and the show’s musicians will be performing the music live.
However, meet-and-greets have been put on hold to keep everyone safe and abide by the government’s guidelines.
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‘Due to current social distancing guidelines related to Covid-19, sadly the cast will not be available after the performance to meet audience members,’ one FAQ answer explained.
The wildly popular musical is a modern retelling of the lives of Henry VIII, presented as a pop concert.
The drive-in performances come after Sir Cameron Mackintosh confirmed his shows, which include Hamilton, Les Miserables, Mary Poppins, and The Phantom of the Opera, won’t be returning until 2021.
Sir Cameron said: ‘This decision is heartbreaking for me, as I am sure it is for my employees, as everyone who has worked with me over the last 50 years, on or off the stage, knows how much I care about what I do and how I do it.
‘Despite the Government engaging with the desperate pleas from everyone in the theatre industry, so far there has been no tangible practical support beyond offers to go into debt, which I don’t want to do.
‘Their inability to say when the impossible constraints of social distancing will be lifted makes it equally impossible for us to properly plan for whatever the new future is.’
It is expected it will take several months of preparation for the productions to be remounted once social distancing restrictions are lifted.
While the measures were recently eased, with pubs and restaurants planning to open on 4 July, people are still required to stay ‘one-metre plus’ away from each other.
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