49 Aldwych, Holborn, London WC2B 4DFVenue information
From humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, to her transformation into the global Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Tina Turner didn’t just break the rules, she rewrote them. TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL at the Aldwych Theatre reveals the untold story of a woman who dared to defy the bounds of her age, gender and race.
Her voice is undeniable
Her fire is unstoppable
Her triumph is unlike any other
Experience Tina Turner’s singular journey in the hit musical that’s playing to critical raves and sold-out audiences around the world.
Featuring iconic songs, including What’s Love Got To Do With It, Proud Mary, Private Dancer and River Deep – Mountain High.
TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL is written by Olivier Award-winning playwright Katori Hall and directed by the internationally acclaimed Phyllida Lloyd. Presented in association with Tina Turner.
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This wonderfully powerful new musical reveals the incredible life story of a woman who fought to be who she was born to be defying her age, gender and race. Tina Turner is one of the World’s best-selling artists in history. Her live shows have been seen by millions and she can boast to have sold more concert tickets than any other solo performer…. ever!
She first made headlines in the ‘60’s alongside her then husband Ike Turner and became a star performing timeless hits like River Deep-Mountain High, Proud Mary and A Fool in Love. Her marriage to Ike was unpredictable and when it ended, Tina found space to re-build her life and after her huge solo comeback in the ‘80’s, she was firmly the superstar we know and love today.
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical is on sale now for performances until 5th June 2021. Tickets start from £12.50 for performances Monday – Saturday 7.30pm, Thursday & Saturday 2.30pm.
2 hours 45 minutes including interval
Aisha Jawando (Tina Turner), Jammy Kasongo (Ike Turner), Joe Evans (Phil Spector/Terry Briten), Irene Myrtle Forrester (Gran Georgeanna (GG)), Chanel Haynes (Tina Turner alternate), Francesca Jackson (Rhonda Graam), Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky (Alline Bullock/Ikette), Garmon Rhys (Roger Davies), Joseph Richardson (Erwin Bach), Lucy Vandi (Zelma Bullock), Lori Barker (Ensemble), Daniella Bowen (Ensemble), Samara Casteallo (Ensemble/Ikette), Chris Grahamson (Carpenter/Martyn Wire), Matt Mills (Richard Bullock), Posi Morakinyo (Raymond Hill), Paul Mukembo (Ensemble/Craig), Mia Musak (Ensemble/Ikette), Anu Ogunmefun (Ensemble/Ikette), Alex Okoampa (Ensemble/Ronnie), Derek Aidoo (Swing/Dance Captain), Joshua Da Costa (Swing), Livvy Evans (Swing), Raquel Jones (Swing), Deearna McLean (Swing), Saran Webb (Swing), Samuel J Weir (Swing), Michael Woolston Thomas (Swing).
Tina Turner, Katori Hall (Book), Frank Ketelaar & Kees Prins (Book), Phyllida Lloyd (Director), Anthony Van Laast (Choreographer), Mark Thompson (Set & Costume Design), Nicholas Skillbeck, Bruno Poet, Nevin Steinberg, Ethan Popp, Jeff Sugg, Campbell Yound Associates, Pippa Ailion CDG and Natalie Gallacher CDG, Kate Waters, Ola Ince, Simone Mistry-Palmer, Jennifer Tang, Jack Galloway, Max Narula, Tony Gayle, Mogzi Bromley-Morgans, Toby Higgins, Stage Entertainment, Joop Van Der Ende, Tai Pelman, The Nederlander Organisation, Tina Turner & Erwin Bach, Mark Rubenstein Ltd, Sacha Milroy, Rebecca Austin, Shaun Corcoran, Luke Chambers, Katie Balmforth, Georgia Stanley-Hirst, Adam Moore, Laura Smith.
*Please note: Not recommended for younger children. Contains strong language and adult themes. The performance starts promptly at the ticketed start time.
'[This] whirlwind Turner tribute leaves you breathless'
'A stupendous Adrienne Warren seems possessed by the spirit of Tina Turner'
'Elevated by a belting performance from Adrienne Warren'
'[Adrienne Warren is] stunningly powerful, extraordinarily controlled'
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