One Night of Tina
Homage to the Queen of Rock
With nearly 200 million records sold and 12 Grammys, Tina Turner was one of the most successful singers of all time. Nine months after her death, we are reviving the memory of the Queen of Rock. The successful London show One Night of Tina – A Tribute to the Music of Tina Turner brings her eventful life and her greatest hits such as “The Best” and “Private Dancer” to the stage in a spectacular concert show.
Tina’s songs belong on stage
Tina Turner’s unforgettable world hits and her life, marked by ups and downs, are the Hollywood-ready script for One Night of Tina – A Tribute to the Music of Tina Turner. The internationally acclaimed concert show from London now goes on tour and keeps the memory of the Queen of Rock alive. Because, whether “What’s love got to do with it”, “Nutbush City Limits” or “We don’t need another hero” – Tina Tuner’s songs simply belong on stage. In combination with impressive light and sound installations and a brilliant ensemble around singer Sharon Ballard, a worthy memorial is set to the rock legend, which will not only inspire Tina Turner fans.
Director and choreographer Gary Loyd
Gary Lloyd’s innovative creativity and very own style are appreciated by the theater world as well as the music industry. The award-winning director and choreographer has worked with stars such as Cliff Richard, Pink and Robbie Williams. His work for television includes Disney’s Camp Rock, the Eurovision Song Contest and Simon Cowell’s X-Factor. His personal passion is theater. He has choreographed the UK tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love and the European tour of Hair. Further information about Gary Lloyd can be found here.
Anna Mae Bullock became “I, Tina”
Anna Mae Bullock was born in Tennessee on November 26, 1939. In the 1950s, she sang in the band Kings of Rhythm and fell in love with bandleader Ike Turner. The two married and became known as the duo Ike & Tina Turner with hits like “Proud Mary.” After breaking up with Ike, Tina Turner made her breakthrough as a solo artist with her powerful voice and unmistakable stage presence. She became a world star, sold more concert tickets than any other singer and was awarded numerous prizes. Her autobiography “I, Tina,” which was later adapted into the movie “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” tells her story. In May 2023, Tina Turner passed away after a long illness at the age of 83.