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THE BODYGUARD TOUR

bodyguard tourBased on Lawrence Kasdan’s 1992 Oscar nominated Warner Bros. movie starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, THE BODYGUARD, directed by Thea Sharrock with book by Oscar winning (Birdman) Alex Dinelaris, had its world premiere at the Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End in 2012 and was nominated for four Olivier Awards. It was followed on a sell out 18 month UK and Ireland tour, before the show returned to the West End at the Dominion Theatre. THE BODYGUARD has also played in the Netherlands, Germany, South Korea, Canada, Italy, Australia and China and can currently be seen in Stuttgart, Madrid and on tour throughout France and the United States.

Producers, Michael Harrison and David Ian are now delighted to announce 2018 UK tour dates opening at Glasgow Theatre Royal on Monday 3 December 2018 with Alexandra Burke returning to the starring role of Rachel Marron. Further casting news is to follow.

The Bodyguard is a 1992 American romantic thriller film with Frank Farmer as a former Secret Service Agent turned-bodyguard who is hired to protect Oscar nominated music superstar Rachel Marron after she receives a number of threats against her life and a small bomb detonates in her dressing room.

It features Whitney Houston classics hits including: Queen of the Night, So Emotional, One Moment in Time, Saving All My Love, I'm Your Baby Tonight,Run to You, I Have Nothing, How Will I Know, I Wanna Dance With Somebody and I Will Always Love You.

NB: Alexandra Burke will perform the role of Rachel Marron at evening performances only.

Glasgow Theatre Royal
3 -29 December 2018
Hull New Theatre
8-19 January 2019
Southend Cliffs Pavilion
22 January-2 February
Belfast Grand Opera House
6-16 February
Liverpool Empire
26 February-9 March
Milton Keynes Theatre
12-23 March
Bristol Hippodrome
26 March – 6 April
Wales Millennium Centre Cardiff
16 – 27 April
Norwich Theatre Royal
30 April – 11 May
Canterbury Marlowe Theatre
14 – 25 May
Southampton Mayflower
28 May – 8 June
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
12 – 22 June
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
25 June – 6 July