Tina – The Tina Turner Musical is coming to Leeds on first-ever UK tour

Coming to the Leeds Grand Theatre.

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical has announced its first-ever UK and Ireland tour, and it’s coming to Leeds.

The smash hit West End production, which documents the life of the iconic singer and is packed with her biggest hits, will visit the Leeds Grand Theatre.

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical has been running at the Aldwych Theatre for more than five years, smashing box office records, and eight productions have opened worldwide. 

The show is currently on tour in North America and Australia but details of a UK and Ireland leg have finally been announced, with a huge run in Leeds.  

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The glittering production tells the story of the 12-time Grammy Award-winning Queen of Rock n Roll.

It’s a true and inspiring story which captures how she dared to dream fiercely, shatter barriers and defy the bounds of age, gender, and race to conquer the world against all odds.

Its soundtrack includes her hits like The Best, What’s Love Got To Do With It?, Private Dancer and River Deep, Mountain High.

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Producer Tali Pelman said: “Tina Turner played to packed out arenas across the UK and Ireland throughout her extensive career. 

“We’re thrilled to now be able to bring her extraordinary story to stages across the UK and Ireland for the first time with TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL, celebrating the life and times of a truly inspirational woman whose story continues to move and elate audiences around the world every night.”

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Tina – The Tina Turner Musical is dedicated to the memory of Tina Turner, who sadly passed away in May 2023.

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical will be at the Leeds Grand Theatre from Tuesday 17 March – Saturday 4 April 2026.

Tickets will go on sale at 10am on Tuesday 5 March.

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical UK tour dates in full

  • Thursday 6 – Saturday 22 March 2025, Leicester Curve
  • Wednesday 26 March – Saturday 5 April 2025, Sunderland Empire
  • Thursday 8 – Saturday 26 April 2025, Bristol Hippodrome
  • Tuesday 6 – Saturday 24 May 2025, Grand Opera House, Belfast
  • Tuesday 27 May – Saturday 14 June 2025, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin
  • Tuesday 17 – Saturday 28 June 2025, Birmingham Hippodrome
  • Tuesday 1 – Saturday 12 July 2025, Theatre Royal, Plymouth
  • Tuesday 15 July – Saturday 2 August 2025, Theatre Royal, Nottingham
  • Tuesday 12 – Saturday 23 August 2025, Empire Theatre, Liverpool
  • Tuesday 26 August – Saturday 6 September 2025, Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
  • Tuesday 9 – Saturday 20 September 2025, Sheffield Lyceum
  • Tuesday 23 September – Saturday 4 October 2025, King’s Theatre Glasgow
  • Tuesday 7 – Saturday 18 October 2025, Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
  • Tuesday 28 October – Saturday 8 November 2025, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
  • Tuesday 11 – Saturday 22 November 2025, Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh
  • Tuesday 25 November 2025 – Saturday 3 January 2026, Palace Theatre, Manchester
  • Tuesday 13 – Saturday 24 January 2026, Theatre Royal, Norwich
  • Tuesday 27 January – Saturday 7 February 2026, Milton Keynes Theatre
  • Tuesday 10 – Saturday 28 February 2026, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
  • Tuesday 3 – Saturday 14 March 2026, Theatre Royal, Newcastle
  • Tuesday 17 March – Saturday 4 April 2026, Leeds Grand Theatre

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