Tiny Tina ready for multi-diva shown in Duncan

Marshall knows Tina Turner to her fingertips and her dedication to her act has seen her acclaimed as world tribute artist champion in 2003

She’s been on Ellen and Oprah but Luisa Marshall, also known as Tiny Tina, is no stranger to the Cowichan Valley and she’s bringing back her fabulous show for one night to the Ramada Duncan Ballroom, Saturday, Oct. 22.

Marshall knows Tina Turner to her fingertips and her talent and dedication to her act has seen her acclaimed as world tribute artist champion in 2003 and was invited to the Golden Globe awards in 2014.

Marshall was featured on the Ellen De Generes TV show on Oct. 9, 2015. She received a 25-second standing ovation after being mistaken for the real Tina.

But this performance is so much more than a Tina Turner show. Just like Tina herself did in the past, Marshall may include songs from her favourite divas such a Shania Twain, Etta James, Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse, Donna Summer and more. It’s like a multi-diva show in the spirit of Tina Turner, she says.

Selfies and cameras are definitely allowed, so be ready for a great evening.

Her Duncan event, which features dinner and a show at $49.50, or just the show at $25, is already selling well..

Dinner is at 6 p.m while the show starts at 8 p.m. Note: show-only spectators will not be seated until 7:30.

You can buy tickets by calling 1-800-838-3006 or go online to www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2601362. Seating is limited.

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