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Whats Love Got To Do With It at Buxton Opera House

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What's Love Got To Do With It: A Tribute To Tina Turner is an unmissable musical experience by the award-winning producers behind the hugely successful Whitney: Queen Of The Night tribute tour.

Whats Love Got To Do With It will be performing 1 event in Buxton on Sunday 23rd April 2023 at the Opera House.

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Sun Apr 23 2023 Buxton, UK UK
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Whats Love Got To Do With It A Tribute To Tina Turner.
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Address: Buxton Opera House, Water Street, Buxton, SK17 6XN
Telephone: 08451272190
Venue Capacity: 902
The Opera House is a live music and performance venue basedo n Water Street in Buxton. With a capacity of almost 1,000, it was originally bought at the break of the 20th century by famed designer Frank Matcham, and has survived two world wars to continue to serve locals today. Having evolved from opera house to all-round live performance location, its recently seen names like The Stranglers and Boy George take to its stage.