Strictly star Brendan Cole has kicked off his A Night To Remember tour acompanied by a cast of internationally acclaimed dancers.
The 48-date theatre tour opened this week with professional dancer Cole sharing the stage of his sensational show with Latin and Ballroom champions, Strictly colleagues and three dancers from Britain’s Got Talent.
Across 48 shows in three months – and straight off the back of season 12 of Strictly – Brendan showcases his expertise in an odyssey of music and dance.
There’s new music, new costumes and new banter to keep audiences entertained throughout, as Brendan leads his cast through a diverse selection of styles and numbers, each of them exhilarating, mesmerising and above all, memorable.
He previously travelled the country with his debut show Live and Unjudged (2010-12) and follow up Licence To Thrill (2013-14).
Cole is joined by French Latin dance champion Fauve Hautot who has appeared in all five series of Dancing With The Stars; German-born dancer and choreographer Patrick Helmn has starred in Burn The Floor West End and Broadway); Crystal Main is an exceptional professional Ballroom and Latin dancer, teacher, performer and choreographer.
She has represented England around the world and starred in international touring dance and stage shows as well as being show-dancer and assistant choreographer on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Loren James has travelled the world competing at the highest level and represented her country at the European and World Latin championships.
Kai Widdrington found fame in Britain’s Got Talent. Reaching the final in 2012, he returned a year later to reach the semi-final with the newly formed and dance group Kings and Queens.
Former UK Closed Amateur Champions Ksenia Zsikhotska and her dance partner Ryan McShane were finalists in the British National Dancing Championships 2014 and are also members of Kings and Queens.
Brendan Cole – A Night To Remember (Tour Dates)
February 4, City Hall, Sheffield
February 5, De Montfort Hall, Leicester
February 6, The Meres, Grantham
February 7, Hexagon Theatre, Reading
February 8, New Wimbledon Theatre
February 11, Royal & Derngate, Northampton
February 12, Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
February 13, Corn Exchange, Cambridge
February 14, The Regent, Ipswich
February 15 Theatre Royal, Norwich
February 18, New Theatre, Oxford
February 19, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne
February 20, Watford Colosseum
February 21, Fairfield Halls, Croydon
February 22, The Anvil, Basingstoke
February 24/25, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
February 26, Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline
February 27 Concert Hall, Perth
February 28 Music Hall, Aberdeen
March 1, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
March 4 Auditorium, Grimsby
March 5, York Barbican
March 6, Guild Hall, Preston
March 7, Blackpool Opera House
March 8, Manchester Opera House
March 11, Guildhall, Portsmouth
March 12, Poole Lighthouse
March 13, Pavilions, Plymouth
March 14, Princess Theatre, Torquay
March 15, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
March 19/20, Opera House, Cork
March 21, Waterfront Hall, Belfast
March 22, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin
March 24, Grand Theatre, Leeds
March 25 Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
March 26, Sage Gateshead
March 27, The Sands Centre, Carlisle
March 28, New Theatre, Hull
March 29, Symphony Hall, Birmingham.