Hull has been included in a list of extra dates that have been added to Magic Mike UK Arena Tour.
Following a surge in demand for tickets, The Arena Tour will open in Belfast on 6 May, with new cities Hull, Brighton Bournemouth and Cardiff added to the tour, joining Glasgow, Aberdeen, Sheffield, Newcastle, Nottingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and finishing in Birmingham.
The show will come to Bonus Arena, Hull on Monday 16 May 2022. Tickets are on sale now, available from Ticketmaster.
With more dancers, bigger numbers and more spectacle than ever before, this will be the first time a live performance of Magic Mike has ever been staged outside of an intimate, cabaret-style space.
Following two hugely successful films starring Channing Tatum and the hit Live show at the Theatre at the Hippodrome Casino in London, the show’s producers and creative team felt it was time to develop a new Magic Mike production to bring to people in other parts of the UK to celebrate the rebirth of live entertainment.
Magic Mike Live Co-Director Alison Faulk said, “This is not Magic Mike Live with more seats. Our arena tour is something totally different. After a year of isolation and frustration, we want to give women something that makes them feel alive again… a sort of celebratory revival that makes them want to stand on their chairs, dance with their friends and feel connected to each other. The show is a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of togetherness, sexuality and freedom that only an arena can hold. We want our guys to give our fans the best night of their lives with a party they’ll never forget.”
Conceived by Channing Tatum and co-directed by Channing Tatum and Alison Faulk, Magic Mike Live, which has already wowed over 200,000 people in London alone and almost 750,000 worldwide, is a large-scale, live production show based on the hit films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL, which opened at The Theatre at the Hippodrome Casino in London’s Leicester Square in November 2018. Magic Mike Live will be resuming its successful London run on 21 May 2021.
Magic Mike The Arena Tour is a new project that builds on the dance, spectacle and fun of the much-loved films and London show. It will be a complete evening of unparalleled entertainment for guests aged 18 and up. A group of extraordinary artists from around the world will perform a sultry dance and acrobatic spectacular on an incredible scale. Sexy dance routines intertwined with one-of-a-kind acts, will be presented by a diverse cast of performers from around the world. The Arena Tour will feature an elaborate series of stages and runways spanning the length of the arena floor, punctuated by massive screens, incredible visual effects, a live DJ, and of course some of the hottest, most talented male dancers in the world. It’s a celebration of fun and freedom that will blow the roof off the arena.
Magic Mike The Arena Tour will be directed by Magic Mike Live co-director Alison Faulk, with choreography by Alison Faulk and co-direction and choreography by Teresa Espinosa and Luke Broadlick. The scenic design is by Rob Bissinger and Anita LaScala (Arda Studio), with costume design by Marina Toybina, lighting design by Philip Gladwell and video design by Luke Halls. The musical supervisor and composer is Jack Rayner, with sound design by Nick Kourtides. Dreya Weber is the aerial choreographer & aerial apparatus designer. Vincent Marini is Executive Producing.
Magic Mike Live has become an international sensation since opening in Las Vegas in April 2017. In addition to breaking box office records and performing to sold-out audiences in Las Vegas and London, the show premiered in Berlin in 2020 and the Australia national tour opened in Sydney in December 2020.
Magic Mike The Arena Tour is produced by Channing Tatum, Steven Soderbergh, Reid Carolin, Greg Jacobs, Peter Kiernan and Nick Wechsler in association with Vincent Marini and presented by David Ian for Crossroads Live and Phil McIntyre Entertainments.
TOUR SCHEDULE 2022
- 6 May The SSE Arena Belfast
- 9 May The SSE Hydro Glasgow
- 12 May P&J Live Aberdeen
- 16 May Hull Bonus Arena
- 18 May Brighton Centre
- 19 May Sheffield Arena
- 23 May Utilita Arena Newcastle
- 25 May Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
- 27 May Leeds First Direct Arena
- 30 May Bournemouth International Centre
- 31 May Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
- 1 June M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
- 2 June AO Arena Manchester
- 4 June Utilita Arena Birmingham
Tickets for all show dates are on sale now, available from Ticketmaster.