Tangerine Dream's album Logos was recorded there in 1982, and contains a tune called "Dominion" in tribute.
In the mid 1980s the Dominion hosted the musical Time, which required gutting and reconstructing the theatre to accommodate the show's groundbreaking effects.
Since the early 1990s the venue has played host to a unique version of Jesus Christ Superstar, David Ian and Paul Nicholas' new production of Grease, Scrooge: The Musical, Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, a return of Grease, and Notre Dame de Paris among others. Bernadette The Musical, written by Maureen and Gwyn Hughes, also enjoyed a short run in 1990. In 2002, the hit stage musical We Will Rock You, based on the songs of Queen, created by Queen guitarist Brian May and British comedian Ben Elton opened. The show was due to close in October 2006 before embarking on a UK tour, but due to popular demand has been extended indefinitely.
On Sundays, Hillsong London holds three (or more) church services throughout the day there.
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