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A Star Is Born This Way

Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, Bolero Square, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1LA

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A Star Is Born This Way, Motorpoint Arena Nottingham

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Friday 1 November 2019 | 6.30pm - 10.30pm
Motorpoint Arena
Tickets: from £29.20

Multi award-winning and world-leading tribute artist Donna Marie, will star in the incredible production A Star Is Born This Way, paying tribute to the blockbuster movie A Star Is Born and pop superstar Lady Gaga.

Experience the magic as Donna Marie becomes Ally, taking you on an emotional journey with her live band, amazing dancers and her very own Jackson Maine. Together they perform the incredible soundtrack including the Oscar-winning song Shallow, Is That Alright and I'll Never Love Again.

The show then transforms into an incredible stage production which celebrates and faithfully recreates Lady Gaga's biggest and most memorable hits such as Bad Romance, Just Dance, Poker Face, Applause, Telephone and Born This Way. With an uncanny natural resemblance, Donna Marie delivers an unbelievable presentation of Lady Gaga with outstanding sound alike vocals, jaw dropping replica costumes, and amazing Gaga choreography.

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