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Soul Sister

Bill Kenwright & John Miller present

Soul Sister

Mon 29 Oct - Sat 3 Nov

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £20.50 - £30.50 (Conc £15.50 - £28.50)

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Direct from the West End this brand new musical Soul Sister is inspired by the life and times of Ike and Tina Turner. Soul Sister features all the classic Tina Turner hits, including What’s Love Got to Do with It, Proud Mary, Private Dancer, River Deep Mountain High and of course Simply The Best, as well as many more.

The story follows the highs and lows, passions and heartbreak of Ike and Tina as their careers soared and their marriage crumbled.

Full of heart and soul, electrifying choreography, and stunning musical numbers, Soul Sister has been revered by critics and audiences alike and is sure to have you partying the night away.

An exhibition of drawings inspired by the show have been created by artist Alex McIntyre and are on display on the Burbidge Gallery on the first floor of the theatre.

Mon 29 Oct 7:45pm
Tue 30 Oct 7:45pm
Wed 31 Oct 2:30pm
Wed 31 Oct 7:45pm
Thu 1 Nov 7:45pm
Fri 2 Nov 7:45pm Signed Performance
Sat 3 Nov 2:30pm Audio Described
Sat 3 Nov 7:45pm

“Excellent. Jaw droppingly good…destined for enormous success!” *****

Whatsonstage
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“Sensational. It has the audience rising, whooping, to its feet.” ****

Daily Telegraph
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“Boy does newcomer Emi Wokoma blaze…seven letters: R-E-S-P-E-C-T” ****

Time Out
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“Joyous. A back catalogue to die for. The hits hardly stop coming.” ****

Evening Standard
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“Emi Wokoma needn’t worry about whether she’s going to be able to pay the rent for the foreseeable future – stardom surely awaits.”

The Guardian

Dancing in the Auditorium

We know that some of our audiences love to get up and have a dance when they come to see musical shows at the Belgrade, and that’s fine by us.

We do, however, have a number of patrons that want to either stay sat down and enjoy watching the performers, or simply aren’t physically able to stand up for long periods of time.

To try to please everyone, we’ve introduced a policy that asks audiences to stay in their seats during the first half of the show but then allows people to stand up and dance after the interval.

We’re sure you’re happy to show this respect to your fellow theatregoers by agreeing to this policy.

Check out the Eloquent Noize exhibition inspired by Soul Sister

Posted by anon on 30th October 2012

On our Burbidge Gallery until Sat 3 Nov you'll find an exhibition of drawings inspired by Ike and Tinae Turner musical Soul Sister. Read more

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