Tina - The Tina Turner Musical Tickets
Booking until: Saturday, 16 February 2019
Wednesday, 21 March 2018
Saturday, 16 February 2019
Musicals based on the life of famous recording artists are well-known and much-loved in London’s West End – Jersey Boys and Sunny Afternoon enjoyed Olivier Award-winning success over the last few years, while Thriller-Live continues to delight audiences with songs from Michael Jackson’s extensive back catalogue. Now it’s the turn of Tina Turner – the Grammy Award-winning, record-breaking artists whose career has spanned seven decades. That’s right, book your tickets because TINA comes to the Aldwych Theatre in March 2018 and it promises to be ‘Simply The Best’!
The Aldwych Theatre is well-known for crowd-pleasing musicals. Its latest jukebox musical offering, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical is currently on a UK and Ireland tour after three years in the West End, winning two Olivier Awards. Before that, the theatre has played host to such musical classics as Top Hat, Fame and Dirty Dancing. Now, with TINA in town, the theatre is sure to be celebrating another hit and a winning way to kick off 2018.
From her humble upbringing in Nutbush, Tennessee, Tina Turner has catapulted herself into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with 11 Grammy Awards and 180 million combined single & album sales to her name. It’s no wonder she is commonly referred to as The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll – she has sold more concert tickets than any other solo performers in music history. While the song list for TINA has yet to be announced, it would come as no surprise to find such classics as ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’, ‘River Deep, Mountain High’ and ‘Proud Mary’ among the tunes guaranteed to get and audience out of their seats and dancing along.
Along with Turner, whose music and lyrics will form the foundations of TINA, the creative team also comprises of award-winning playwright Katori Hall, whose last West End play, The Mountaintop won her the Olivier Award for Best New Play in 2010, and director Phyllida Lloyd. Lloyd’s last West End directing credit is none other than the ultimate jukebox musical, Mamma Mia!, which still plays to this day next door to TINA at the Novello Theatre. Lloyd also directed the film version, starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan. She returns to the West End with a number of the creative team that helped make Mamma Mia! a worldwide smash, including choreographer, Anthony van Laast, designer Mark Thompson and musical supervisor Nicholas Skilbeck. Even with casting as of yet unannounced, the stage is set for another show of epic proportions.
TINA is currently booking in the West from 21 March – 16 June 2018, so get those tickets now before they sell out on a show about rock ‘n’ roll royalty!
What to expect:Acting:
based on 41 reviews
A must you want to sing and dance from the beginning to end. Will be going back to ser
Norma London Box Office customer
A must see
Pauline London Box Office customer
Laura London Box Office customer
For once a musical that is not over-miked! Thank you!
James London Box Office customer
Marsha London Box Office customer
Simply the best
A spectaular show, I would say the best show I have been to, I loved it so much, I am going again, fantastic performance, it told the story so well, the acting could not be faulted, miss Warren and the backing singers, I don’t know where they get there energy from, a standing ovation to the hole cast. It is a must see and deserves to win awards.
Colin London Box Office customer
Brilliant story, great music and singing.
Story great, acting and costume changes very slick. Try to get grand circle we were a bit high but still enjoyed it.
David London Box Office customer
Absolutely outstanding One of the best shows Ive seen
Dawn London Box Office customer
Simply the best
Omg what an amazing show it was like being at a Tina turner concert the story the music was just amazing .Be prepared to cry laugh sing and dance don’t miss this amazing show about an amazing women
Tracy London Box Office customer
Music was terrific! Adrienne amazing!! Sad but inspiring story
Beth London Box Office customer
One word - touching
Must see 100%
Aneta London Box Office customer
Kuldish London Box Office customer
Definite must see!!
Kirsty London Box Office customer
Best show in town!
Absolutely stunning. Good start and moved on well. The cast performed really well and worked well together. A suggestion for the theatre would be to allow tickets to be downloaded rather than having to queue at the box office (although this did not detract or delay our admission). This is a must see..... and good enough and emotional enough to bring on the tears.
David London Box Office customer
Great Show, BUT
Great show, but the theatre staff jobs worth are useless especially the manager calling the shots.Two mins late due to traffic in London, we with others were kept outside the show. Our seats were one row from back and no one behind us, unbelievable.
david London Box Office customer
A great night's entertainment, starting from Tina's roots, her mother's rejection of her followed by her abusive relationship with Ike Turner, her first husband. We then empathise with the struggle that follows as she strives to make it alone and when she does - WOW!! The whole theatre came alive - it was a joy to be part of it!!
Shirley London Box Office customer
i have normally negative about cinema and theatre as I think the general market has lost its way providing very little to the customer and over charging. In my view if cinema and theatre do not reinvent themslves they will die soon. This perfomance, in contrast was great. Good mix of story and music...well done. I would redo it in an modern theatre with a bigger more spectacular digital and lighting show. The merchandising and sales inside the theatre are a disaster...huge lost opportunity. The understanding of costs of tickets etc on line is something out of the 1990´s lots to do. The seats are uncomfortable and the legroom like economy class. Good luck, you seem to be on track.
Colin London Box Office customer
Best show I’ve seen
Fantastic show, I’ve seen a lot but this one tops them all. The lead actor was awesome and did Tina proud. What a great night!
Mark London Box Office customer
Simply the best - better than all the rest
Wow just fantastic, everything about this show makes you feel good, the whole audience was on its feet long before the show ended and would not sit down until we were sure it was really over. A wonderful experience, I will be going again with my daughter very soon. Simply the best show I have ever seen.
Rita London Box Office customer
You would have thought you were watching Tina herself at the performing part of the show when Tina reinvented herself fabulous
Eileen London Box Office customer
Simply the Best
I loved the show which gives an insight to Tina’s life.
Helen London Box Office customer
enthralling from start to finish
brilliant show,storyline and cast.would watch again.
Martyn London Box Office customer
Margaret London Box Office customer
A Must See
Karen London Box Office customer
A must see
Irene London Box Office customer
LESLEY London Box Office customer
Emotional insight to Tina Turner
All the cast were fantastic but a special mention to Adrienne Warren who plays Tina Turner - simply the best!
Angela London Box Office customer
Brilliant Simply The Best
I absolutely loved the show and quite possibly THE best show I've ever seen... i have seen quite a fee. Its was dramatic and sensitive, happy and desperaty sad, the music was a brilliant vibrant rockingTina Turner so so so good, Simply The Best.
A London Box Office customer
Henrik London Box Office customer
Captivating and memorable time at Tina Turner Musical
Cate London Box Office customer
Simply the Best!
The show is great entertainment for everyone regardless of whether you are a fan of Tina's or not... The music, story line and actors make it a great show and wonderful experience. My first thought's when leaving the theatre at the end was...I want to go again and again One word in summary... BRILLIANT!!!1
Ann London Box Office customer
Great way to see Tina’s story with a fabulous cast,outstanding acting,dancing and singing which gave me goosebumps. I couldn’t wait to see the show and wasn’t disappointed, a must see... well done to all that made it happen.
Teresa London Box Office customer
18 Oct 2017 by Daniel Perks in New Shows
Yesterday, on 17 October 2017, Adrienne Warren was announced by Rock ‘n’ Roll legend Tina Turner herself as the lead actor in the new musical TINA. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, the musical will open at the Aldwych Theatre in 2018, with tickets currently selling from 21 March – 16 June.Read more
19 Sep 2017 by Daniel Perks in New Shows
She is the most successful female Rock ‘n’ Roll artist, with eleven Grammy Awards to her name, three of which are in the Grammy Hall of Fame. She has sold around 180 million albums and singles across the world. Now, Tina Turner herself is bringing a musical about her life to the West End.Read more
19 Dec 2016 in New Shows
Shows about real life pop and rock artists which include their greatest hits have been big business on Broadway and in London for a decade or so now and are popular with audiences who know they'll hear songs they already love.Read more
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49 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DF
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- Year built: 1905