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TINA - The Tina Turner Musical

Featuring her much-loved songs, TINA, The Tina Turner Musical is written by Olivier Award-winning playwright Katori Hall and directed by the internationally acclaimed Phyllida Lloyd.

Don’t miss this world premiere playing at London’s Aldwych Theatre!

What Is TINA About?

Rock legend Tina Turner has won 11 Grammy Awards. Her live concerts have been seen by millions. She’s sold more concert tickets than any other solo performer in music history. But where did the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll get her start?

TINA, The Tina Turner Musical traces the rockstar from her humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, all the way through to her transformation into an icon of the music world. Presented in association with Turner herself, this new musical tells the story of a woman who didn’t just break the rules, but rewrote them – defying the bounds of age, race, and gender time and time again.

Book your tickets for TINA, The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre in London today!

Access Information

For Accessibility information please contact 0207 836 5537.

Address

49 Aldwych, London WC2B 4DF

Cancellation Policy

No refunds or exchanges after booking. 

Delivery Method

E-ticket (print at home) or

Collect from the venue (the venue may require a form of ID)

Duration

2 hours and 45 min with one interval.

Good To Know

Please note all performances starts promptly at the show start start time.  Please arrive a minimum of 30 minutes before the show to collect tickets and settle into your seats.

Wednesday 19 June 2019 19:30 – BSL signed performance

How Does It Work

Please print confirmation email and bring along with you to your performance. 

Suitable For Children

Age recommendation 12+

When Can I Go

21st March 2018 - 16th February 2019

Monday to Saturday: 7.30pm

Thursday and Saturday: 2.30pm

 

Where Do I Go

49 Aldwych

London 

WC2B 4DF

How do I get there: 

The Aldwych Theatre is located on the North side of The Aldwych, on the corner with Drury Lane. The nearest tube stations are Holborn, Covent Garden and Charing Cross. Directions to the Aldwych Theatre from Holborn Tube Station: Take the Central or Piccadilly line to Holborn Tube Station.

Aldwych Theatre

49 Aldwych, London WC2B 4DF

Latest customer reviews

  • Terrific Tina

    22 July 2019

    What an absolutely astonishing performance by all the cast. Tina herself was incredible.

    Emma, South Wales Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Brilliant

    22 July 2019

    Really enjoyed the show. I expected more of a rocky Tina but at the end you get that.

    SoniaR Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • 21 July 2019

    Great show great insight into Tina's life, I treated my daughter for her 17th birthday and my wife who's birthday it is on 29th however when we got to the theatre our lovely day turned into a nightmare by being spoken to like a piece of something on the young jumped up barmans shoe!!!. I did complain to manager as this guy spoke to me like I was 5yrs old?? All because he was under pressure and looked like he just didn't want to be there?. Not sure what the outcome was after the manager got involved but I would hope this chip on his shoulder bloke got sacked as he deserved to be!!. People that were behind me in the que for the bar was astounded the way he spoke to me!. Avoid the jumped up little twat in the bar on the top floor!!.

    Jamie Emery Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Tina Turner

    21 July 2019

    Fantastic show! We all thoroughly enjoyed it and appreciated some time at the end to sing along and celebrate the life of such an amazing lady - an encouragement to many women who find themselves in an abusive relationship.

    Tess Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • This joyful, lungs-bursting show is simply the best

    The Telegraph

  • A heady celebration of triumph over adversity...leaves the audience breathless

    The Guardian

  • A raw musical triumph. This show has heart, soul, and more than a bit of rock 'n' roll

    The Times