Number one Tina Turner tribute act at the Key Theatre in Peterborough

PUBLISHED: 07:18 09 October 2017

Totally TINA® Uk's no 1 Tina Turner Tribute Taken by Fletch Photography

Totally TINA® Uk's no 1 Tina Turner Tribute Taken by Fletch Photography

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A Tina Turner tribute show is coming to the Key Theatre, in Peterborough, on October 18.

The Totally Tina show features Justine Riddoch, who is regarded as the UK’s official number one Tina Turner tribute act.

Having held the title since the inaugural National Tribute Music Awards in 2013 (as voted for by the agents) Totally Tina won the award again in 2017 at an awards ceremony at the Athena Theatre, Leicester, in July.

Now in her sixth successful year, with a 60-date theatre tour booked for 2017, US and European tours in the pipeline, and dates for 2018 coming in, Totally Tina is the longest running tribute to the legendary queen of rock ‘n’ roll.

Featuring state of the art video screens, lighting and sound systems, a fabulous live band, the Totally Tina dancers with fully choreographed dance routines, fire performers, costumes galore and Justine’s uncanny impersonation of the legend that is Tina.

Tickets for the Key Theatre show on October 18 are available from the box office on 01733 864000 or online: www.vivacity-peterborough.com.

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