KING OF POP

Led by the world’s number one Michael Jackson tribute artist ‘Navi’, which alone sets this show above the rest.  Navi is the only MJ tribute ever to be chosen by Michael Jackson himself.   Michael actually gave Navi a standing ovation after he was invited to perform at one of the MJ's birthday parties in Los Angeles.  They remained friends and Navi was regularly hired as a body double and decoy to distract fans and press when Michael visited the UK.

 

Now, for a limited number of dates, Navi will be joined on stage by Michael's original guitarist - Jennifer Batten - for a string of UK dates in 2018 & 2019 (selected shows only).  Jennifer performed with Michael on all three world tours (Bad, Dangerous, History) and the iconic Superbowl half-time show.


Along with his incredible live band and dancers, Navi is currently taking theatres across the globe by storm with his thrilling new show that will take you closer than you ever imagined to an original Jackson concert. 
 
Featuring hits such as Smooth Criminal, Beat It, Billie Jean, Black or White, Man In The Mirror and the ‘Jackson Five’ classics in a show suitable for the whole family.

ROYALTY IN CONCERT

- The King, The Queen & Prince

For the first time in the UK you can now celebrate the music from three of the most iconic artists of all time. 

 

Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Prince. Over two hours of chart stomping hits that will keep you entertained from the beginning to end. 

 

Led by Navi - The World's No. 1 Michael Jackson impersonator, Navi has achieved multiple accolades during his career which include working for Michael Jackson himself, being invited to the star’s home, performing at both MJ's birthday parties in New York and Los Angeles as well as being chosen by Michael as his official body double/decoy. 

 

The production also includes surely one of the finest Whitney Houston impersonators in the world. Direct from New York - Beverly performs all the massive hits. 

 

Completing the line up is Toni as Prince, who is recognised as one of the top tributes to Prince in the UK.