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    This joyful, lungs-bursting show is simply the best
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Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Tickets

Discover the life and career of a global superstar in this electrifying show, featuring hits "Proud Mary" and "River Deep Mountain High".

This Tina Turner musical is simply the best

Discover the untold story of one of the world's most legendary performers in this electrifying musical. Tina: The Tina Turner Musical tickets are some of the hottest in the West End, with audiences flocking to hear over 20 of the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll's best hits ring throughout the Aldwych Theatre.

Developed in direct collaboration with Tina Turner and directed by Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia!), this incredible jukebox musical continues to be a hot ticket for London theatre audiences.

Discover the truth behind the music at the Tina Turner musical in London

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical is the incredible true story of Tina Turner’s life both on and off stage. Born in 1939 in Nutbush, Tennessee, Tina Turner grew from humble beginnings to a world-famous, chart-topping superstar. Shooting to fame during the 1960s with her partner Ike Turner, their dramatic break-up led to Tina embarking on an international solo career. She has since delivered countless chart-topping hits, is a 12-time Grammy Award-winner, has sold more concert tickets than any other solo artist in history and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Although Tina's life and career has been previously dramatised on stage and screen, including in the 1993 film What's Love Got to Do with It? starring Angela Bassett, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical is the first to be presented in association with Tina Turner herself. Turner was involved in the early stages of development, attending workshops for the musical and giving the creative team her blessing to adapt her story for the stage. In reference to the show, she stated that "each night I want audiences to take away from the theatre that you can turn poison into medicine."

What makes Tina the musical a hit?

Tina has a hugely talented creative team behind it, which has driven the jukebox musical to best-seller status in London. The book is written by Olivier Award-winning US playwright Katori Hall, who like Tina Turner hails from Tennessee. Phyllida Lloyd, who struck gold with the runaway hit musical Mamma Mia! in the West End, directs the show.

With stunning choreography by Anthony Van Laast and costumes, hair and makeup by Mark Thompson and Campbell Young, this big-budget musical expertly recreates Tina's most memorable moments - culminating in her extraordinary '80s era which saw her dominate the charts - and completely transports audiences into her life both in and out of the spotlight.

Tina has proven a huge success since its world premiere at the Aldywch Theatre in 2018. It was nominated for three Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical, and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith won Best Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Ike Turner. A Broadway production soon followed in November 2019, with the show picking up 12 Tony Award nominations. Tina the musical continues to be a popular choice for theatregoers on both sides of the Atlantic, and it has also premiered in the Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Australia.

The Queen of Rock 'n' Roll's greatest hits performed live

Tickets for the Tina Turner musical don't just promise a thrilling peek behind the showbiz curtain. Audiences can also hear some of Turner's biggest and best hits performed live on stage by a talented West End cast and orchestra.

There are more than 20 songs performed in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. The musical's soundtrack includes "River Deep, Mountain High", "What's Love Got to Do With It", "Proud Mary", "Nutbush City Limits", "Disco Inferno" and "Simply the Best". Both Turner's solo musical numbers and those written and performed with her former husband Ike feature in Tina the musical as the story moves across different stages of her career.

Who plays Tina Turner in the musical?

Kristina Love and Elesha Paul Moses currently share the role of Tina Turner in the West End. Love previously played the role in Tina's first non-English language production in Hamburg, Germany.

The role of Tina Turner was originated by American actress Adrienne Warren. It is one of the most high-energy leading female roles in West End musical theatre, with several music and dance numbers bringing the story of a legend to life.

The current Tina Turner musical cast also includes Caleb Roberts as Ike Turner, Paula Kay as Zelma Bullock, Kelly Hampson as Rhonda Graam, Chris Grahamson as Phil Spector/Terry Britten, Irene Myrtle Forrester as Gran Georgeanna, Charis Alexandra as Alline Bullock, George Jennings as Roger Davis and Joseph Richardson as Erwin Bach.

How long is Tina Turner the musical?

The running time for Tina the musical in London is 2 hours and 45 minutes, with a 20 minute interval.

Book Tina the musical tickets in London

Simply one of the best London musicals, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical tickets give fans unrivalled access to the highs and lows of the star's emotional and uplifting story.

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Rated Excellent

Performance dates:
21 Mar 2023 - 03 Sep 2023
Running time:
3 hours (including an interval)
Aldwych Theatre (See map)
Age recommendation:
Best for age 14+. Under 5s not permitted.

Best Seats

SeatPlan Recommends: Choose Dress Circle Rows B - E for a great view of the gig-like performance at the end of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. You will feel close to the stage with a good rake to see over people in front.

Rows past H in the Aldwych Theatre Stalls are worth considering for hidden gems at a decent price. These rows are affected by the overhang, which creates a letter-box effect cutting off the top of the stage, but you won't miss much - most of the musical’s action is played on one level.

There are some seats at the Aldwych Theatre which benefit from an aisle running in front of them for extra legroom. These include Grand Circle Row D; Stalls Row J, seats 1 - 5 and 19 - 21; and Stalls Row Z, seats 1 - 4 which are flip-down seats attached to the wall. In Row Z you compromise some comfort and view because it is at the very back of the Stalls, however SeatPlan users rate them well for the price.

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Latest Audience Reviews

This show is really "Simply The Best" musical on the west end. From the talented cast to the incr... More

weirdlyben 13 Mar 2023

The show was excellent! Powerhouse performance by the leading actress! Fantastic music and singin... More

alexandrac4 10 Mar 2023

We knew it would be a good show based on reviews and our friends recommendations, but it still ma... More

johnno1234 30 Jan 2023

The musical opens with Tina Turner about to go on stage for her Private Dancer tour in Brazil. Sh... More

AndrewH306 Top 200 reviewer 18 Dec 2022

Second time seeing this show about Tina Turner's life. It is a must see show. Acting, dancing and... More

Queenie 01 Sep 2021

In today's matinee performance a technical problem happened and the show stopped 10 minutes in th... More

joeymancu 31 Dec 2021

Tickets FAQ

Tickets start at around £24 and can cost over £200 depending on availability and the booking dates.
The most expensive tickets are in the centre of Stalls rows D - H, and in the front rows of the Circle, typically rows A - C. These seats can be priced at over £200 depending on when you book.

For a dazzling jukebox musical like Tina, both of these locations are excellent depending on the experience you want. The centre of the Stalls are fantastic for a show like this, with high-energy musical numbers. You will feel immersed in the party atmosphere of the concert-style curtain call from seats including C12 and G14 .
Book in advance for the best choice of seats across every price band. Be flexible; if you can see the show midweek, you can save up to 30% on tickets compared to the weekend.

The price of some unsold seats may drop a day or two before the performance and this can be a good way to get cheap Tina Turner musical tickets. If you prefer to book in advance, many cheaper seats like Stalls U4 are well-rated by our users, who noted the Circle overhang “only caused an issue for the final seconds of the show”. Restricted view seats in the Grand Circle such as B24 are also great options if you want to see the show for less.

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