HERE COME THE GIRLS
An all new show ‘Here Come The Girls’ brings an exciting mix of individual performances and group numbers with their supporting dance partners.
The show will have a mix of Ballroom and Latin routines and has been choreographed by Patrick Helm, this show promises to be fresh and innovative with amazing routines to dazzle and wow you. Patrick will also perform on the show with Dianne!
Dianne Buswell and Amy Dowden have established themselves on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing and Chloe Hewitt also joins the cast of pro girls to make it the first Girls tour. BBC Voice singer Leanne Jarvis will also join the show touring the country.
This is one show not to miss! There is a meet and greet opportunity pre show to meet the Pro dancers, so don’t miss the limited opportunity for one these.
Full tour dates www.herecomethegirlstour.co.uk
Show start 7:30pm
Meet and greet 6pm limited to 40 people
Tickets are available now.
Tickets can be purchased from the Box Office, open from Monday–Friday 10am- 4pm, Saturday 10.30am–2.30pm plus until show start on event days. Tickets can also be purchased on the booking hotline 0844 2481588*or online at www.playhousewhitleybay.co.uk.
Meet and Greet Upgrade Ticket: http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/3600551EC4613F1A
THE GIRLS WERE ALSO INTERVIEWED SO READ ON TO SEE WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY…
“Here Come The Girls”
How did your dancing career start?
Dianne: I began dancing at the age of five in Perth, Australia. I went on to compete from an early age representing Western Australia in National and International Ballroom and Latin events. I found success in Australian TV show “So You Think You Can Dance” at the age of 18.
Amy: I started dancing at the age of eight at my local dance school Shappelles in Caerphilly along with my twin sister. I soon joined the school’s formation team and immediately fell in love with the world of dance. I studied ballroom, Latin, freestyle, ballet and contemporary but my dream was to be a top competitor on the open Latin and ballroom competition circuit.
When did you join Strictly Come Dancing?
Dianne: I joined in 2017 as Strictly’s new professional dancer. My first celebrity partner was the Reverend Richard Coles who I sadly bowed out of the 2017 competition with during week three.
Amy: I was invited to become one of the professional dancers in 2017, partnering comedian Brian Conley. In this first year on the show I won the “Children in Need Strictly Special” with Mark Curry and danced in the Christmas special with Colin Jackson.
Dianne: Which celebrity dance partner has made you laugh the most?
I’d say Joe because I was with him the longest but for the short amount of time I danced with the Reverend Richard Cole he made me laugh a lot so I’d have to say these two made me laugh equally.
Chloe: Do you get nervous before you go on stage?
I think it’s very natural to feel nervous due to all the adrenaline but I feel more excited than anxious. Competing makes me more nervous than performing but I try to channel the nerves into excitement instead of running and hiding.
Amy: How does it make you feel being Strictly’s first Welsh professional dancer?
Incredibly proud. I’ve always been proud of my Welsh roots.
Dianne Buswell @dbuzz6589
Amy Dowden @dowden_amy
Chloe Hewitt @HewittChloe