A statue honoring late QUEEN frontman Freddie Mercury has been erected at the Dominion Theatre in London, home of the stage show "We Will Rock You", according to Undercover News. reports the statue is eight meters tall (approx. 27 feet) and was placed at the Dominion in Tottenham Court Road on Saturday morning to be unveiled Wednesday, June 18. It is expected QUEEN members Brian May and Roger Taylor will be on hand to unveil the statue.

June 18 marks the 12-month anniversary of "We Will Rock You" at the theater. It took two hours to lift Freddie's erection and parts of Tottenham Court Road had to be closed during the process.

The stage show was written by Ben Elton and features the music of QUEEN. The first production outside London will start in Melbourne on August 7.

Rehearsals for the Australian cast production started today.


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