Based on the Hollywood star's hit 2012 film Magic Mike, which stars Tatum and Matthew McConaughey, the stage adaptation will open at the Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square this November.
The film, directed by Steven Soderbergh, revolves around a 19 year-old who enters the world of male stripping and is loosely based on the experiences of Tatum.
Conceived and co-directed by Tatum, the live show opened in Vegas last year and sees audience members (aged 18 and up) enter Magic Mike's mythical nightclub, Club Domina, for a show that features strip and dance routines entwined with one-of-a-kind acts.
Posting on Twitter after announcing the transfer on the live final of Britain's Got Talent, Tatum – whose film roles also include 21 Jump Street, Step Up and Dear John – said "Get your [tickets] to the 1st #MagicMikeLDN shows… You never know what might happen!"
These guys killed it on @BGT to help us announce that #MagicMikeLive will land in LONDON in November. Get your to the 1st #MagicMikeLDN shows and make sure you're following us on the newly launched @MagicMikeLDN. You never know what might happen! https://t.co/6tTTOqrhYb pic.twitter.com/eCVRA7cD20
— Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) June 3, 2018
Magic Mike Live in London is co-directed by Tatum and Alison Faulk, with choreography by Faulk, Teresa Espinosa and Luke Broadlick. It has design by Rachel O'Toole, Rob Bissinger and Anita LaScala, costume by Marina Toybina, lighting by Philip Gladwell and video design by Luke Halls. Musical supervisor is Jack Rayner, with sound by Nick Kourtides. Aerial choreography and apparatus design is by Dreya Weber.