TINA: The Tina Turner Musical
TINA: The Tina Turner Musical
Tina Turner is one of the most well-known music personalities in the world. Referred to as Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, her records have sold more than 200 million copies around the globe. The Tina Turner Musical is a production based on the inspiring life of the singer-cum-songwriter. It debuted at the Aldwych Theatre in October this year. Book your tickets today to witness the extravagant performances and original music from the legend herself.
Who is Tina Turner?
Anna Mae Bullock was born on November 26, 1939, in a small Tennessee town. She would grow up to become the most well-known rock ‘n’ roll performer of her time, adopting the name Tina Turner. Her popularity was such that she was able to sell more concert tickets than any other solo artists.
The musical deals with the good and bad of Turner’s life and looks at both her personal and professional lives. The show intelligently incorporates the performer’s famous songs into the story, ensuring that it does not feel forced at any time.
Turner first came into the spotlight during the 1960s when she and her then-husband Ike Turner produced terrific music. The story proceeds to showcase the toxic relationship between Tina and Ike, resulting in abuse and a bitter divorce. The Tina Turner Musical reveals how, after immense struggles, she manages to make a comeback to the stage in her 40s.
Turner, currently age 80, is deeply involved with the production. In an interview, she claimed that the musical forced her to return from retirement. The 11-time Grammy Award winner’s fans will be delighted to see Turner’s inspirational journey as she dealt with fame, wealth and difficulties in her personal life.
Famous songs to look forward to in the production include What’s Love Got to Do with It?, GoldenEye, Let’s Stay Together, and I Don’t Wanna Fight.
Show timings and other information
Tickets to the three-hour musical are always in high demand. Book your show at the Aldwych Theatre as The Tina Turner Musical run extends until January 11, 2020. There are two matinee shows at 2.30 PM every Thursday and Saturday. On the other hand, the evening shows begin at 7.30 PM between Mondays and Saturdays. The venue can seat 1200 people at once, so book your tickets early before they run out!
The play is suitable for children age 14 years and above, due to its mature themes and strong language. The production also includes strobe lighting, gunshots, loud music and other scenes that may be disturbing to certain audience members.
Know Before You Go
Recommended for those of age 14 and up. Children below the age of 5 will not be permitted inside.
The Aldwych Theater has a seating capacity of 1,200 in total.
Strictly prohibited. If you’d like to grab a meal before or after the show, check out our guide to the 30 Best Restaurants in West End.
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Please note that the show contains strobe lighting, loud music, gun shots, and scenes that some viewers may find uncomfortable.
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.