TOTALLY TINA

@ The Phoenix Theatre, Blyth

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27 October 2018

7.30pm

It’s been the UK’s official number one Tina Turner tribute for the past five years (as voted by the Agents Association of Great Britain), with a Lifetime Achievement Award under its belt and a hectic, fast-growing gig schedule right across the UK and into Europe to boot.

The cast of ‘Totally Tina’ it seems, is definitely ‘better than all the rest’.

Now seven years in the making, the longest running tribute to the Queen of Rock and Roll is in demand, yet with the same passion, drive and attention to detail that’s earned Liverpool-born Justine Riddoch and her band the top spot since 2013, the talents behind this much-loved Show are not resting on their laurels.  Instead, they are already fine-tuning what is a unique celebration of Tina’s live concert career with a whole host of exciting set changes and flamboyant costumes, pulsating new dance routines and the characteristic custom twists which make it a hit with an army of fans nationwide.

Most importantly, and for the first time ever, the band has been asking its audiences what they’d like to hear played, so songs like I Can’t Stand The RainTypical MaleUndercover Agent for the BluesI Don’t Wanna Lose YouHelp and Legs – all chosen by the fans – will be added to classic favourites like Nutbush City Limits and Simply The Best.

Venue
37a Beaconsfield Street
Blyth
Northumberland
NE24 2DS

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