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Stars of Strictly Come Dancing set to dazzle Grantham audience




Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup EMN-160224-134530001
Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup EMN-160224-134530001

Join Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup, plus professional singer Paul Amera and guests for a spectacular evening of dance at the Guildhall Arts Centre this April.

For two performances only, the stars of TV’s Strictly Come Dancing will perform in an up close and personal show, which promises to be a night to remember.

Camilla, one of the original professionals and Strictly champion in 2008, will be joined by her professional partner, Ian Waite who has appeared in nearly every series of the show, including recently on Strictly’s It Takes Two.

Ian and Camilla will perform some amazing Latin and ballroom routines, whilst telling audiences about their time on the hit show.

As well as seeing the dance couple perform some spectacular dances and hearing their life stories, the audience will also get to see the spectacular costumes that go into making a fabulous ballroom and Latin dance.

The evening performance on April 6 at 7.30pm has nearly sold out, but there are still tickets available for the afternoon performance at 2pm on April 6.

Tickets for each performance are priced at £26 (£23 concessions). To purchase your tickets please visit the website at www.guildhallartscentre.com or call the box office on 01476 406158.

It is the second Strictly treat for Grantham theatregoers with Brendan Cole once again set to dazzle with his new show ‘A Night to Remember’, at The Meres on March 18.

Tickets for the show, at 8pm, are priced at £34 (£32 concessions).

To book call the box office on 01476 406158.



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