Also in the cast will be Rohan Tickell, Rachel McFarlane, Jodie Jacobs, Sandy Moffatt, Nathan Amzi, Natalie Andreou, Grant Anthony, Carly Mercedes Dyer, Cordelia Farnworth, Ian McIntosh, Twinnie-Lee Moore, Jamie Muscato, Andrew Spillett, Zizi Strallen, Amy Thornton and Dylan Turner.
Pemberton and Tompsett will play, respectively, the roles of the small-town girl and boy Sherrie and Drew, who meet, fall in love, lose each other then struggle to fight for their love.
In a press statement, Tompsett said, "Growing up listening to 80's Power Ballads on VH1, I used to dream about combining 80's rock songs with musical comedy, but someone beat me to it. Rock of Ages is way better than what I dreamt of, and you know what they say - 'If you can't beat them, join them!'"
Lipkin, who played Nicky/Trekkie Monster in the original London cast of Avenue Q, will play the wise-cracking narrator Lonny. To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7379 5399, or visit www.rockofagesmusical.co.uk.