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Whats Love Got To Do With It at Stoke Regent Theatre

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What's Love Got To Do With It - A Tribute To Tina Turner is a not-to-be missed musical experience. Brought to you by the award-winning producers behind the hugely successful Whitney – Queen Of The Night, What’s Love Got To Do With It? is the ultimate tribute concert to one of the most iconic and loved musical artists of our generation.

Whats Love Got To Do With It will be performing 1 event in Stoke on Tuesday 24th August 2021 at the Regent Theatre.

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Address: Stoke Regent Theatre, Piccadilly, Stoke, ST1 1AP
Telephone: 0844 871 7627
Venue Capacity: 1600
The Regent Theatre is a performance arts venue based in Piccadilly, Stoke. Originally opened in the 1920s as a 'super cinema', it's now used for people to watch anything from musicals, opera, drama, plays, comedy, and anything stage based. It holds an annual pantomime every year, a hit with locals.