Strictly stars dazzle

PUBLISHED: 09:56 04 March 2015 | UPDATED: 09:56 04 March 2015

Anton and Erin will be performing in Bristol.

Anton and Erin will be performing in Bristol.

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IT’S time to quick-step your way to Bristol for the chance to see some of Strictly Come Dancing’s biggest stars take on the tango, the waltz, the foxtrot and more.

Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag will be dancing their way around the stage at the Bristol Hippodrome to the sweet sound of the full 25-piece London Concert Orchestra as part of their latest tour, That’s Entertainment.

The pair first met in 1997 and have been dancing together ever since. In 2004 they were chosen to star in the first series of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

With the public’s appetite for dancing showing no sign of waning, the pair are now busy balancing their performances on live TV with their love of the stage.

Their dazzling new production for 2015 will feature sensational choreography, sassy tunes and sparkling costumes in a wonderful show of music, song and dance.

It will include some recognisable hits such as, Steppin’ Out With My Baby, 
There’s No Business Like Show Business and That’s Entertainment. The dancers will be dressed head to toe in costumes fit for a queen as they combine the sophisticated foxtrot with the fun and games of musical hits.

Richard Balcombe will be conducting the orchestra with Lance Ellington taking on the role of star vocalist.

The show will take place at the Bristol Hippodrome on March 29 at 3pm.

Tickets, priced £19.50-48.40, are available from the box office on 08448 713012 or online via www.atgtickets.com


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