Tina - The Tina Turner Musical Tickets
Booking until: Saturday, 20 October 2018
Wednesday, 21 March 2018
Saturday, 20 October 2018
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!
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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- Capacity: 1176
- Year built: 1905