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Strictly Come Dancing
at The O2 arena
Celebrating ten fabulous years, the Strictly Come Dancing Live UK Tour extravaganza is back at The O2 on 11th and 12th February 2017.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on 23 September and are available at www.theo2.co.uk or by calling 0844 856 0202.
BBC One’s hugely popular entertainment show Strictly Come Dancing returns to TV screens later this month with a new exciting celebrity line-up and a host of breath-taking dance routines guaranteed to leave audiences spellbound. Strictly's Live Tour is no different - this must-see event for fans of all ages brings the magic of the TV show to The O2.
This year's tour will star TV Judges Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood. They will be joined on the judging panel by former Strictly professional dancer and winner of the 2006 series, Karen Hardy. The tour will also feature a brand new host, Countryfile's Anita Rani, who was a semi-finalist in the 2015 series and a contestant on this year’s live tour.
This entertainment extravaganza will star many of the celebrities and professional dancers from the hugely anticipated 14th BBC One series, as they take to the dance floor and recreate their most popular TV dance routines. Details of celebrities and professional dancers appearing on tour will be announced over the coming months.
The tour has received rave reviews since it began in 2008 and this year's live shows were no exception. The Sunday Telegraph heaped praise on the production and gave it a 5 star review, saying: “the Strictly juggernaut shows no sign of slowing down”. The Mail On Sunday and Metro agreed, both awarding glowing 4 star reviews. The Mail On Sunday said: “the overall standard of dancing was the highest I can recall”.
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