• London Fringe

Strictly Come Dancing The Live Tour! 2015 is finally here

Actress Georgia May Foote, Celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott and TV presenter Anita Rani are the next celebrity contestants confirmed to compete in the 2016 Strictly Come Dancing UK tour, which opens in Birmingham on 22 January.

Georgia, Ainsley and Anita will join Frankie Bridge from The Saturdays, the 2016 host of the tour, Mel Giedroyc, and judges Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood (who also directs the tour) and Bruno Tonioli for the 30 date live extravaganza. They will be reunited with more celebrities and professional dancers from this year's ratings winning BBC One TV series. They will take to the dance floor to recreate their dazzling moves and compete for votes. More names will be announced soon!

What's Included?

  • a premium ticket to see Strictly Come Dancing Live
  • Available for the matinee performance on Sunday, Valentine's Day 2016
  • Enjoy a two-course meal for with a glass of wine at The Pearson Room, Canada Square
  • Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card

What happens on the day?

On arrival at The Pearson Room at Canada Square where you will be served a delicious two-course dinner accompanied by a glass of wine. The menu draws influence from all over the world and features a wide selection of seasonally inspired options - including roasted meats, fresh seafood and delicious pasta dishes.

Once your meal is over you'll make your way to the O2 Arena - just one stop away on the Jubilee Line - and hand over your tickets to take your seats for an afternoon of fantastic Strictly Come Dancing Live.

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