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Strictly Star Kristina Rihanoff Confirms Middlesbrough Date

By Published July 11, 2017

KRISTINA Rihanoff is heading to Middlesbrough Theatre on Wednesday, February 14 with her new show Dance to the Music…the perfect Valentine’s night out!

Dance to the Music is a new ‘must-see’ dance show like no other – created by and starring Kristina Rihanoff, one of the most renowned dancers and choreographers from the popular BBC1 Strictly Come Dancing TV show.

A full cast of dancers, plus two amazing singers including Chris Maloney (X Factor finalist).

Dance to the Music will present to the audience the one and only dance show in theatrical history, which will feature ALL styles of dancing.

The audience will experience the evolution of dance through musical eras, starting from the roaring twenties, with tap and Charleston, going through every decade of dance crazes up to the modern day Ballroom and Latin.

Argentine Tango, Lindy Hop, Jive, Rock-n-Roll, Funk, Waltz, Disco, Breakdancing, Street, Contemporary Ballet and Salsa are just a few spectacular styles that will be presented to you by our incredible and versatile team of dancers, performed to your favourite ultimate music hits of all time – you will be jumping  from your seats  to join in!

  • Tickets are £30/concessions £28 and are available from the box office on 01642 81 51 81 or book online at middlesbroughtheatre.co.uk

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