Dance to The Music.

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Wed 15 January 2020

At Pomegranate Theatre

Starts 7.30pm.

It’s time to dust down the sequins and get the whole family in formation for the epic Dance to the Music 2020 UK Tour!

Hitting the road in the New Year, the spectacular show will be curated, choreographed and performed by Strictly Come Dancing favourite Kristina Rihanoff. She will be joined by singing host Jake Quickenden – the former Dancing on Ice winner, X Factor star and Hollyoaks newcomer. As well as Kristina’s stunning moves and Jake’s electric vocals, the show will include sensational performances from South African National champions and Dancing with the Stars professionals Marcella Solimeo and Dylan Daniels and other world-renowned professional dancers.

Dance to the Music is the UK’s first show to portray the evolution of dance through musical eras and genres. Starting with the roaring ‘20s and the arrival of Charleston and tap, the tour will showcase 15 dance styles through every decade. Appealing to all generations and ages, the spotlight will shine on the Lindy hop, jitterbug, rock’n’roll, hustle, funk, disco, breakdancing, street, hip-hop, contemporary ballet, salsa and Argentine Tango. The foot-stomping adventure will bring the audience right up to date with modern-day ballroom and Latin.

With fabulous costumes and lashings of glitz and glamour, the show will feature a brilliantly upbeat soundtrack, packed with classic pop hits and tunes that will get everyone bopping in their seats.

Adding to the mix, each sequence will be backed by light-hearted humour from the host and performers, as well as fascinating anecdotes about showbiz life. There will also be lots of opportunity for the whole family to get involved and participate in the fun. 

Ticket Information

VIP (Front two rows plus post-show meet and greet) £46.40

Post-show VIP

Each ticket price advertised above includes a £1.40 booking fee. No matter how you book (online, phone, in person) or how you pay (cash, credit/debit card, voucher), the fee will always be the same.