What's Love Got To Do With It?
Brand
new show celebrating Tina Turner heads out on 50-plus date debut UK tour.
A brand new show celebrating the music of Tina
Turner is set to tour the UK with more than 50 dates already secured.

The massive debut tour of What’s Love Got To Do
With It?
launches in February 2019 promising to be the ultimate tribute
show.


The tour previews at the Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone
on Wednesday February 13, and has its premiere at Liverpool Empire Theatre on Tuesday, February 19.

Tickets
on sale now from
www.cuffeandtaylor.com

Brought to you by the award-winning
producers behind the hugely successful Whitney - Queen Of The Night, What’s
Love Got To Do With It?
 pays homage to one of the most iconic and
much loved musical artists of the 20
th Century.


In this brand-new touring theatre show, audiences can
expect a night of high energy, feel-good rock-and-roll featuring Tina's
greatest hits performed by the amazing
vocal talent of Elesha
Paul Moses (Whitney - Queen Of The Night, The Voice,
X Factor) supported by
a full 10-piece
live band.
Speaking about playing Tina Turner, Elesha said: “I
am absolutely thrilled to be touring the UK with What’s Love Got To Do With It?
This is going to be a magnificent show and one that truly celebrates the
incredible music and career of Tina Turner.


“Tina is a great persona to emulate on stage. I have
performed as her many times over the years so to now be the lead in a show that
will travel all over the UK and celebrate everything about her is an amazing
opportunity and one I’m really looking forward to.”
In a breath-taking career spanning more than 50
years, audiences can look forward to hearing stunning musical arrangements of
Tina's most-loved classic hits including Private Dancer, What's Love Got To Do
With It?, Proud Mary, River Deep, Nutbush City Limits, Simply The Best and many
more. This not-to-be missed musical experience is a stunning celebration of one
of the greatest female singers of our time.

TOUR DATES 2019

February
Wed
13th MAIDSTONE, THE HAZLITT THEATRE
Tue
19th LIVERPOOL, EMPIRE THEATRE
Sat
23rd BUXTON, OPERA HOUSE
Tue
26th SOUTHEND, CLIFFS PAVILION
Wed
27th EDINBURGH, USHER HALL  

Thu
28th GLASGOW, KING'S THEATRE
March
  


Fri 1st ABERDEEN, MUSIC HALL

Sat 16th
DARLINGTON, HIPPODROME

Thu
21st BRADFORD, ST GEORGES HALL
Wed
27th PORTSMOUTH, GUILDHALL
Fri
29th HULL, CITY HALL
April
  


Thu
18th SHEFFIELD, CITY HALL
May   

Wed 1st
COVENTRY, BELGRADE THEATRE
Fri
31st DARTFORD, ORCHARD THEATRE

June
   


Sat 1st
HODDESDON, THE SPOTLIGHT
Sat 8th
HUDDERSFIELD, TOWN HALL  

Thu
13th MALVERN, FORUM THEATRE
Sat
15th BASINGSTOKE, THE ANVIL
Sun
16th CANTERBURY, MARLOWE THEATRE
Sat
22nd TORQUAY, PRINCESS THEATRE

Thu
27th NEW BRIGHTON, FLORAL PAVILION THEATRE
Fri
28th CARLISLE, THE SANDS CENTRE

Sat
29th NOTTINGHAM, ROYAL CONCERT HALL
July

Thurs
11th HORNCHURCH, QUEENS THEATRE

Sat 20th BLACKPOOL, OPERA HOUSE


Sun
21st SUNDERLAND, EMPIRE THEATRE
Sun
28th CROYDON, ASHCROFT THEATRE
September

Fri
13th CARDIFF, ST DAVIDS HALL
Fri
20th MANCHESTER, BRIDGEWATER HALL
Sat
28th BRIDLINGTON, BRIDLINGTON SPA
October
   


Wed 2nd
LEICESTER, DE MONTFORT HALL
Thu 3rd
HORSHAM, CAPITOL THEATRE
Fri 4th
BOURNEMOUTH, PAVILION THEATRE

Sat 5th
LLANELLI, Y FFWRNES
Fri
11th DONCASTER, THE DOME

Thur
17th DERBY, DERBY ARENA
Fri
18th BATH, THE FORUM

Sat
19th SALISBURY, CITY HALL
November
   


Fri 8th
DUDLEY, TOWN HALL

Sat 9th
HIGH WYCOMBE, WYCOMBE SWAN

Sun 10th RICHMOND, RICHMOND THEATRE

Fri
15th HARROGATE, ROYAL HALL
Thu
28th MARGATE, WINTER GARDENS
Fri
29th CAMBRIDGE, CORN EXCHANGE

December    

Wed 4th
SWANSEA, GRAND THEATRE
Sat
14th WORTHING, ASSEMBLY HALL

 

TOUR
DATES 2020


January

Sun 12th SOUTHAMPTON, MAYFLOWER THEATRE

March


Fri 13th WARRINGTON, PYRAMID & PARR HALL

Thurs 19th BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM ARENA

Sat 21st NEWCASTLE, CITY HALL