Motown Shakes Up London’s Shaftesbury Theatre (Photos)

There truly is No Town Like Motown! London audiences are embracing Broadway’s latest jukebox blockbuster Motown The Musical as previews have taken place over the last month at The Shaftesbury Theatre in London. Based on the life and entertainment empire built by Berry Gordy, Motown has come to London following a run on Broadway and current national tour still traveling America. We brought you the news of complete casting for the show and now you get to put those names to faces. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you an exciting first look at Broadway’s Motown The Musical in London’s West End!

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Thank you to Alistair Muir for all of the photos featured in this blog post! As previously reported by Luner on Theatre, Motown has extended its West End run with tickets now on sale through February 2017. Motown had already grossed £5 million in ticket sales by it’s first preview performance in London which took place in early February. The show is scheduled to open officially less than a week from now on March 8th, 2016. For more information, visit Motown’s UK Official Website, FacebookTwitter or Instagram. Visit the rest Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news on Broadway, London and beyond!

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