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Sydney, NSW

TINA - The Tina Turner Musical Tickets

Experience the inspiring life story of Tina Turner, the Queen of Rock n’ Roll, who didn’t just break the rules – she rewrote them.
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About TINA - The Tina Turner Musical

TINA – The Tina Turner Musical is now playing to standing ovations at Theatre Royal Sydney!

With critics calling it "a rock music spectacular" (Limelight) and "breathtakingly exciting" (ArtsHub), this heart-pumping production is bringing audiences to their feet night after night!

Featuring more than 20 of her iconic songs, including “Simply the Best”, “What’s Love Got to Do with It” and “Proud Mary”, this smash-hit musical is not to be missed.

Run time

2hrs 45mins (incl. interval)

Start date

May 4th, 2023



Recommended Age: 14yrs+ Content warning: This production contains scenes of domestic violence, sexual abuse, firearms, drug use, coarse and racial language, strobe lighting, loud music, theatrical haze, and the simulated smoking of cigarettes.

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Production note
Please note, the producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist at any performance. Refunds or exchanges are not applicable as a result of an artist’s unavailability to perform.


Theatre Royal Sydney

108 King Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2000


There are designated accessible bathrooms on Level 5 and 7, whilst our level access and wheelchair user seating is located in the Circle on Level 7. We recommend this seating to all patrons who may struggle with stairs or use mobility aids.


GETTING TO THE VENUE Located at 108 King Street, Sydney beneath 25 Martin Place. The foyer, box office and cloakroom is best accessed via the main doors on 108 King Street.

BY TRAIN: The venue is a three minute walk from Martin Place and St James station, and a ten minute walk from Wynyard and Town Hall stations. The T4 line is the only one that stops at Martin Place and it runs between Bondi Junction and Central station.

BY BUS: Numerous buses stop outside Martin Place station, which is a short walk from the venue, including the 428 which runs between Canterbury station and the CBD, the 392 which runs between Little Bay and Circular Quay and the 170X which runs between Manly and Wynyard.

BY TAXI: Taxis are easily available within the Martin Place locality, with the nearest Secure Taxi Rank located on Pitt Street. This is located at the entry to The Fullerton Hotel and is secured and supervised full-time by attendants and security guards.

More information about TINA - The Tina Turner Musical

“SIMPLY THE BEST” – Daily Telegraph

“An absolute joy” – The Australian

“A rock music spectacular” – Limelight

★★★★★ “Breathtakingly exciting” – ArtsHub

“A tour de force” – Australian Financial Review

"It's really important to me to have the chance to share my full story. This musical is not about my stardom. It is about the journey I took to get there. Each night I want audiences to take away from the theatre that you can turn poison into medicine." - Tina Turner

What to Watch For

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 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.

TINA - The Tina Turner Musical first premiered in London at the Aldwych Theatre in April 2018 and opened on Broadway in November 2019. The Australian premiere opened in May 2023 at the iconic Theatre Royal Sydney.

The Queen of Rock n’ Roll provided her stamp of approval. That is to say, Turner was on hand for the musical’s creative evolution and gave the go-ahead for each character’s depiction and even their moves. In fact, Turner herself taught her original onstage counterpart, Adrienne Warren, how to do her signature move, the Pony.

While it would be nearly impossible to include the entire Tina Turner songbook into a single musical (that would be one long show), don’t expect any skimping. There are a massive 21 songs in TINA - The Tina Turner Musical — and yes, they’re the ones you want to hear and maybe even a few you weren’t expecting. Just like Turner herself, this musical is full of surprises.

Did you know that Tina Turner is listed in the Guinness Book of Records for selling more concert tickets than any solo performer in history? She has sold more than 200 million albums and singles worldwide to date, which makes her one of the biggest selling female artists in music history.

The American-born singer and actress chose to give up her American citizenship in 2013 after becoming a citizen of Switzerland.

Audiences should know that they’re in the most-competent jukebox hands with English talented director and producer Phyllida Lloyd, best known for directing one of the most universally beloved jukebox shows of all time, Mamma Mia! and film The Iron Lady starring Meryl Streep.

TINA - The Tina Turner Musical marks the first foray into libretto for award-winning book writer Katori Hall who made history as the first Black woman to win the Olivier Award for Best New Play in 2010 for The Mountaintop.


Presented in association with: Tina Turner

Written By: Katori Hall

Directed By: Phyllida Lloyd

Australian Production: TEG Dainty

Australian Cast Photography: Daniel Boud


Tina Turner: Ruva Ngwenya

Tina Turner (Alternate): Jochebel Ohene MacCarthy

Tina Turner (Cover): Ina Seidou

Ike Turner: Tim Omaji

Zelma Bullock: Ibinabo Jack

Gran Georgeanna (GG): Deni Gordon

Rhonda Graam: Nadia Komazec

Alline Bullock / Ikette: Jayme-Lee Hanekom

Richard Bullock: Augie Tchantcho

Raymond Hill: Rishab Kern

Erwin Bach: Matthew Prime

Roger Davies: Mat Verevis

Phil Spector / Terry Britten: John O’Hara

Martyn Ware / Carpenter: Blake Erickson

Ensemble: Mia Dabkowski-Chandler, Nicholas Eaton, Micheal Corey Hassel, Abu Kebe, Jenni Little, David Mairs-McKenzie, Emily Nkomo, Gus Noakes, Kristin Paulse, Tendai Rinomhota, Ilana Richardson, Noel Samuels, Rebecca Selley and Tigist Strode

Children: Paul Alie, Aimee Bah, Lucy Bowyer, Myka Champion, Cayden Dosoruth, Sienna Katelyn Desmier, Amara Kavaliku, Hendrix Marsden, Josaiah Moonsamy, Camille Nko’o, Bianca Papa, Khanyisa Tsakanov

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