TINA – The Tina Turner Musical

Aldwych Theatre


0345 200 7981

Rates for group bookings

Please be aware that group seating is limited for each performance, so these rates are subject to availability.

Standard Group Rate
Groups of 8+: best available* reduced to £49.50
Groups of 20+: best available* reduced to £42.50
Sunday – Thursday performances only

Educational Rate – Groups of 10+
Best available* reduced to £25
Every 11th ticket entitles the group to a free teacher.
Wednesday evening performances only
Age recommendation 14+

* excluding premiums

Ticket Exchange Policy: We know that especially in the current climate, our audiences think carefully about purchases. For up-to-date information on Covid measures at Nederlander venues, please visit nederlander.co.uk/safety.
Opening times: Bars and facilities will be open 45 minutes before the performance, with the auditorium normally opening 30 minutes before the show begins.
Security checks are taking place at this theatre, please allow extra time before the show. Performances will start promptly. Anyone who is not seated when the show starts will need to wait until a suitable point in the performance.

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. This new stage musical, presented in association with Tina Turner herself, reveals the untold story of a woman who dared to defy the bounds of her age, gender and race.

One of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, Tina Turner has won 12 Grammy Awards and her live shows have been seen by millions, with more concert tickets sold than any other solo performer in music history.

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.

Learn about Covid-19 safety measures at the theatre

Location and Time

Monday: 7pm
Wednesday – Saturday: 7.30pm
Thursday and Saturday: 2.30pm
Sunday: 3pm †

Running time

2 hours 45 minutes (including interval)


From £10.00 *
Show information: The show contains strobe lighting, flashing images, loud music, gun shots, haze and scenes including violence and domestic violence. Please email aldwych.info@nederlander.co.uk for details.
Photography, video and sound recordings of any kind are strictly prohibited during the performance. See our steps to make the show enjoyable for all.
Tina Turner will not be appearing in this production.
The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist at any performance, as this is subject to a variety of factors including illness, holidays, or events beyond the producers' control. No refunds or exchanges will be offered as a result of an artist's unavailability to perform at any performance.
Age recommendation: TINA contains scenes and language which may be unsuitable for children under 14. Children under 5 are not admitted.
* Ticket prices subject to change without notice. All tickets include a £1.50 restoration levy.

Accesibility and accessible performances

Venue accessibility
We are dedicated to making the experience of all patrons as easy and enjoyable as possible. For full information on venue accessibility, please visit nederlander.co.uk/access.

Access & Facilities

The Aldwych Theatre is committed to making the experience of all patrons as easy and enjoyable as possible.  During performance times, a member of our Front of House team is dedicated to assisting patrons with access needs.

Contact us

In order to allocate the best seating available and to serve individual access requirements, we prefer to process orders for access patrons directly. Customers with access requirements should e-mail aldwych.access@nederlander.co.uk. Please include your telephone number, preferred performance date and time, and access requirements.

Upcoming Access Performances of TINA The Musical – Sorry there are currently no Access performances available. Please check back again soon.

Access into the Aldwych Theatre

There are five steps leading up to the theatre foyer with handrails in place. We also have step-free access at the side of the building on Drury Lane. On arrival, please inform staff at the main entrance if you need to enter through this door.

The Stalls are accessed by 25 steps over three flights, which lead down from the theatre foyer to stalls front entrance. Once inside the stalls there is a 10 metre gentle incline from middle to rear stalls.

The front of the Dress Circle is approximately 25 metres from the theatre foyer, with step free access to Row C. Once inside the auditorium there are 22 steps from Rows A – M, two steps per row, with handrails in place. The rear of the Dress Circle can be accessed via 15 steps leading up from the theatre foyer, again with handrails in place.

The Grand Circle entrance is located on Drury Lane. There are 24 steps up to the Grand Circle split over three flights (1st flight 5 steps, 2nd flight 15 steps and 3rd flight 4 steps). Handrails are in place throughout.

Once you arrive to the Grand Circle there are 22 steps from row D to row L or 9 steps leading from row D to row A (3 steps per row). Handrails are in place throughout.

Due to the number of stairs we do not recommend Grand Circle seating to patrons with restricted mobility.

If you are not immediately approached on arrival to the theatre, please make yourself known to a member of our door staff to be introduced to your access host.

Please be aware that space within the theatre foyer and bars is limited, with no seating area. If you require any assistance, please speak to your access host.


disabled toilet

Accessible from street level, each seat can be removed to accommodate one wheelchair. Wheelchair space dimensions are 60cm width x 85cm depth and seat dimensions are 44cm width x 45cm depth (74cm including leg room).

Accessible from street level via doorways measuring 72cm wide, both Boxes D and E can accommodate one wheelchair each. Wheelchair space dimensions 60cm width x 85cm depth. Please note both boxes give a restricted view of the performance.

Seats are sold individually within each box which means you may be sharing the box with other patrons.


The accessible toilet is located in the theatre foyer and is accessible from street level. It is 45cm high and is a right-hand transfer. View an image of the facilities and an image of the access to the facilities.

Additional toilets are located in the theatre foyer, the rear stalls exit, grand circle rear exit, and the grand circle bar (six steps leading up).

leg room
The following seats have nothing directly in front giving full leg room: Stalls C1 and C21, Row J1-5, Row J19-23 and Row Z1-2.
Please note that Z1-4 have a restricted view of the performance.

The Aldwych Theatre uses the Sennheiser Tourguide System, which can enhance the show audio. Our system uses radio frequencies to offer you the clearest audio of the show. Our Sennheiser Stethoscopes can be used in-ear, and our Sennheiser Neck Loops can be used in conjunction with your hearing aid or cochlear implant.

Stethoscopes and Hearing Loops are available from the merchandise counter, on the left-hand side of the Foyer. A member of staff will be happy to assist you and provide you with the equipment that is best suited to you. 

There are several parking bays within close proximity to the Aldwych Theatre. Please visit BlueBadgeParking.com for further details. Q-Park parking facilities for Aldwych Theatre patrons are located in Chinatown and Charing Cross
assistance dogs
Guide dogs are welcome in the theatre. There are allocated seats in the auditorium for patrons wishing to stay with their dogs. Alternatively, a member of staff can be allocated to look after the guide dog and return them to the owner during the interval and at the end of the performance. Please let our box office clerk know which option you would prefer when booking your tickets.


Tina the Musical provides disabled patrons with ONE free ticket for a person accompanying the patron to provide assistance as required. The free ticket is provided with the understanding that the person who accompanies the disabled patron can, and will, provide the appropriate assistance during the visit. Unfortunately, we have been made aware that some customers without access needs have taken advantage of this concession in order to unfairly obtain cheaper tickets. To address this, the box office staff may ask for proof of your access requirements at the time of booking. We do not intend to cause any offence and appreciate your understanding of why this may be necessary.