Strictly Come Dancing’s Giovanni Pernice to bring Born To Win tour to Stevenage

PUBLISHED: 13:12 25 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:19 04 December 2017

Strictly Come Dancing's Giovanni Pernice will bring his brand new Born To Win tour to the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage [Picture: Strictly Theatre Co]

Strictly Come Dancing's Giovanni Pernice will bring his brand new Born To Win tour to the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage [Picture: Strictly Theatre Co]

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Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice will be waltzing into Stevenage next year as part of his new tour.

Having partnered celebrity Debbie McGee on Saturday’s first live Strictly show, the Italian professional has announced details of his 2018 tour.

Giovanni will bring his Born To Win show to the Gordon Craig Theatre on Wednesday, April 25.

Following the huge success of this year’s ‘Dance is Life – Il Ballo è Vita’ extravaganza, Giovanni Pernice will once again be showcasing his dance talents in new touring show ‘Born To Win - Nato Per Vincere’.

Giovanni said: “I am so happy that my first ever tour ‘Dance Is Life’ was such a success and I can’t wait to start on my brand new show ‘Born To Win’.

“It’s going to be amazing.”

The Italian’s debut dance tour wowed audiences across the country, including the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City, with five star reviews and standing ovations.

Audience members can expect even more energy, even more passion, and even more heat in his new touring show, with lots of stunning ballroom dances and hot Latin routines.

Giovanni will be joined in ‘Born to Win – Nato per Vincere’ by seven world-class professional dancers on the tour.

To get you in the mood, you can follow Giovanni on the BBC’s ever-popular Saturday night show Strictly Come Dancing.

He is partnering Paul Daniels’ widow Debbie McGee on the show and she wowed the judges on Saturday night with her Paso Doble, coming second on the week one leaderboard with 30 points.

She earned a standing ovation from judges Darcey Bussell and Shirley Ballas after her Paso to Be Italian.

• Tickets for Giovanni Pernice’s Born To Win show at the Gordon Craig Theatre on Wednesday, April 25 at 7.30pm are on sale now.

Giovanni Pernice and Debbie McGee performing in the first Strictly Come Dancing 2017 live show [Picture: BBC / Guy Levy] Giovanni Pernice and Debbie McGee performing in the first Strictly Come Dancing 2017 live show [Picture: BBC / Guy Levy]

They cost £29 standard, and concessions £1 off. The price includes £1 restoration fee.

To book online, visit www.gordon-craig.co.uk or call the box office on 01438 363200.

There will also be a pre-show meet and greet with Giovanni from 6.15pm.

VIP Meet and Greet tickets are available for £20 (limited to 35) and includes signed print and photo opportunity.

Meet and greet ticket must be purchased in conjunction with a show ticket.

Visit www.gordon-craig.co.uk/giovanni-pernice-meet-greet-i1855 for more details and to book.

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