Strictly Come Dancing star waltzes into Hertfordshire

11:35 19 January 2014

Anton Du Beke, along with Summer Strallen, his special guest on his Ballroom to Broadway tour

Anton Du Beke, along with Summer Strallen, his special guest on his Ballroom to Broadway tour

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Strictly Come Dancing favourite Anton Du Beke will be waltzing into Hertfordshire later this year with his spectacular new show.

Anton Du Beke, along with Summer Strallen, his special guest on his Ballroom to Broadway tourAnton Du Beke, along with Summer Strallen, his special guest on his Ballroom to Broadway tour

Anton’s Ballroom to Broadway show celebrates the golden age of musicals through a star-spangled programme of dance and song.

It can be seen on stage at Watford Colosseum on Wednesday, March 12.

The show will see the Strictly Come Dancing professional present and perform a collection of show-stopping numbers that epitomise the glitz and glamour of ballroom.

Featuring such classic hits as Anything Goes, Rhythm of Life, Impossible Dream, Hushabye Mountain and Begin The Beguine, Anton will be joined on stage by special guest Summer Strallen, star of West End shows such as Top Hat and The Sound Of Music, singer Lance Ellington, world-class ensemble dancers and the Raymond Gubbay Big Band Orchestra conducted by Richard Balcombe.

Commenting on the tour, Anton said: “I can’t wait to get back out on the road again.

“Ballroom to Broadway is going to be a great show and I look forward to seeing dance fans of all ages as we make our way around the country.”

Tickets for the Watford date cost £44.50 and £34.50, plus £1.50 per ticket booking fee. There’s a 10 per cent off discount for groups of 10 plus.

Visit www.watfordcolosseum.co.uk for more information and to book online 24 hours a day.

Tickets can also be purchased by calling 0845 075 3993, or visiting the Watford Colosseum ticket office.

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