Brand new West End show Respect La Diva supports Refuge

Respect La Diva, a brand new West End show from the creator of Thriller Live, is supporting Refuge in our 40th anniversary year.

Respect La Diva

About the show

Respect La Diva is a spectacular and uplifting musical celebration paying tribute to some of the greatest female singers of all time.

Featuring a cast of amazingly talented West End singers and dancers with a stunning live band, Respect La Diva is packed with over 30 classic songs by divas from Beyoncé to Bassey.

Besides the glitz and glamour Respect La Diva also has a serious social message that aims to raise awareness of domestic violence against women and children by supporting Refuge.

From the 7th to the 24th of September you can see the spectacular Respect La Diva at the prestigious Garrick Theatre. Unleash your inner diva – book now!

Half price tickets

Click here and enter the code 1in4women to get 50% off the cost of your tickets. 10% of the cost of any tickets bought with this code will also be donated to Refuge. Full price tickets start at only £11, so you can support Refuge and have a fabulous night out all for less than the cost of a cinema ticket!

Text to donate

As part of Refuge’s partnership with Respect La Diva in our 40th anniversary year, we’ve created an exclusive text donation code.

Text ‘DIVA40 £5′ to 70070 to donate £5 to Refuge. The code works with any amount up to £10 and the donation will be added to your phone bill.

Sandra Horley CBE, chief executive of Refuge, says:

“Respect La Diva is a show about strong and inspirational women. Every day Refuge supports women and children whose lives have been shattered by domestic violence. But despite enduring months or even years of violence and control, abused women and children are resilient, courageous and determined to rebuild their lives. They are inspirational. I can think of no better tribute to the 80,000 women and children Refuge supports every year than the positive, empowering message of Respect La Diva. We are proud and grateful to receive their support.”