Win! Tickets to Dance ‘Til Dawn at The Hippodrome

PUBLISHED: 11:10 18 March 2015 | UPDATED: 16:45 23 March 2015

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace, Picture by Manuel Harlan.

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace, Picture by Manuel Harlan.

Manuel Harlan

STRICTLY Come Dancing duo Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are dazzling in a new dance show - and we have tickets to give away.

The pair will be at the Bristol Hippodrome next week with Dance ‘Til Dawn, set in the golden age of Hollywood.

In Los Angeles in the 1940s, a romance unfolds between a beautiful starlet and her handsome lover.

Dance ‘Til Dawn aims to transport audiences to a time of elegance with stunning sets, a live band and world-class dancers.

Vincent Simone appeared on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing from 2006-2012.

His partners included the likes of Rachel Stevens - who found fame with the pop band S Club 7 - where they were runners-up, and former politician Edwina Currie.

Flavia Cacace won the 10th series of the show with gymnast Louis Smith, but also danced with EastEnders actor Matt Di Angelo.

Dance ‘Til Dawn will be performed at the Bristol Hippodrome from Tuesday to March 28 at 7.30pm.

There will also be matinee performances at 2.30pm on March 25 and 28. Tickets, priced £12.90-51.90, are available from the box office on 08448 713012 or via www.atgtickets.com

* The Times has teamed up with the Hippodrome to offer three lucky readers a pair of tickets to see the show at 7.30pm on Tuesday.

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