Strictly Come Dancing stars bring brand new show to Newcastle Tuesday 26th May 2020
Join Strictly Come Dancing stars Ian Waite and Vincent Simone as they bring their wonderful old-fashioned variety show with dance, comedy and song, to Tyne Theatre & Opera House on Tuesday 26th May 2020.
‘Ian Waite and Vincent Simone – Act Two’ follows the roaring success of The Ballroom Boys’ 2019 show. The dancing duo’s 2019 show received numerous 5 star reviews and was called a “world class” (The News Letter) “hugely entertaining night out” (Crawley Observer) – making ‘Act Two’ a must see!
Ian and Vincent will be accompanied by their stunning dance partners and together will perform world class routines including the Viennese Waltz, the Foxtrot and the Rhumba. Vincent, as the master of Argentine Tango, will also deliver another incredible performance of this routine.
In addition to the amazing dance routines, audiences can also look forward to beautiful costumes, gorgeous lighting, and comedy from the hilarious pair. There will also be spectacular songs as the duo are joined by a world class singer.
VIP tickets are available for this special performance. As well as having the best seats in the house and a signed print, every VIP ticket holder will have the chance to meet Ian & Vincent for their chance to get an autograph and take a photo with the Strictly Come Dancing stars before the show. An unforgettable night for any ballroom dancing or Strictly fan.
Theatre Director Joanne Johnson said: “The last time we welcomed stars of Strictly Come Dancing to our stage was for Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe’s stunning ‘A Touch of Class’ show. It was hugely popular, and it’s a pleasure to welcome Ian Waite back, this time with the talented Vincent Simone, for what will no doubt be a memorable evening.”
Tickets are priced: £26.50 – £34.50. VIP tickets £60.50 (limited availability, includes best seats in the house, meeting Ian & Vincent for photo and autograph opportunities & a signed print)
Tickets available now from www.tynetheatreandoperahouse.uk
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