New dates for Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals shows in Sheffield and Nottingham
The show will now go ahead at Sheffield City Hall on July 14, 2021, and at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on July 16 and 17, 2021 instead of dates in May.
Directed by Strictly's Creative Director of Choreography Jason Gilkison, the show will feature a stunning line-up of pro dancers ready to race back to the dancefloor.
The professionals will include Australian Open Champion and 2018 finalist Dianne Buswell; Professional World Mambo Champion and 2021 Strictly finalist Karen Hauer; 2017 Strictly champion Katya Jones; undefeated four-time British National Champion Neil Jones; 2021 Strictly finalist Gorka Marquez; four-time Italian Dance Championship winner Luba Mushtuk, two-time Strictly Come Dancing South Africa finalist Johannes Radebe and Dancing With The Stars Ireland professional dancer Kai Widdrington.
Customers who hold tickets for the existing 2021 tour, which was due to launch on May 7, will be able to exchange their tickets for these new dates via their original point of purchase.
Fans of the hit television dance show can also look forward to seeing their favourite professionals live next year when Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals tours with a new line-up to Sheffield and Nottingham.
The 2022 tour will include a date at Sheffield Arena on May 7 and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on May 10. Tickets for these shows go on sale on April 16 from http://strictlytheprofessionals.com/2022-tour
Next year will also see the return of the Strictly Come Dancing Live Arena Tour, directed by the legendary Craig Revel Horwood. A host of celebrity and professional dancers will be performing at Sheffield Arena on February 1 and 2 and Nottingham Motorpoint Arena on February 9 and 10. Tickets are on sale now. Sheffield tickets are priced from £41.35, go to www.ticketmaster.co.uk. Nottingham tickets are priced from £52.35, go to www.motorpontarena.com
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