Tina Turner Experience Torquay

Friday 16th August 7.30pm. Box Office: 01803 328385


The Tina Turner Experience is a completely live tribute to the multi award-winning legend. There will be NO lip sync or use of backing tracks, because the backing singers are not out of breath from dancing… nothing else will do but - Simply the Best! You can enjoy this impressive production at the Babbacombe Theatre, Torquay on Friday 16th August at 7.30pm.

Julie Nevada, one of the world’s leading Tina Turner impersonators has perfected her skills by studying Tina’s dance moves, facial expressions and voice for the most authentic performance. She is a recognised national and international artiste who has been a solo performer since the age of 15. Her unmistakable vocals, energy, personality and sensational image are guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. Julie thrives on crowds and has a natural ability to engage with any audience.

You will enjoy energetic dance moves, professionally choreographed dancers and powerful vocals from the backing singers. All in all, this show delivers all the glitz, glamour, energetic dance routines, state of the art digital sound and lighting effects, as well as seven glamorous and seamless costume changes, as you’d expect from the real Tina Turner in this show.

To book your tickets, contact the venue Box Office on 01803 328385 OR refer to the website, www.babbacombe-theatre.com


Babbacombe Theatre
Babbacombe Theatre in Torquay, Devon

An asset to the English Riviera for over eighty years Babbacombe Theatre is renowned for wowing audiences with their highly acclaimed family variety shows, most especially since 1986 when Matpro Limited took over the venue. From its earliest days, the theatre had many years of successful summer shows and it became known for its reputation of hosting household names on the threshold of their careers, including in 1955/56 Bruce Forsyth, who headlined in the Hedley Claxton’s ‘Gaytime’. From its heyday in the 1970s, successive failures in the early 1980s led to the council deciding to close the theatre, however Colin Matthews, who had been operating the theatre since 1986 took on a new lease in 1990.



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