Strictly Tours

Wed, 18th Sep 19
There are a number of current and past Strictly dancers with tours planned or underway (updated)

StrictlyNever before have so many of the Strictly stars been planning roadtrips - it is a measure of the success of the show that they can achieve these tours and it is great to see so much interest in dance, let us hope that the audiences take their enthusiasm to other dance shows once they have seen the stars in action, there are plenty to choose from!

So  who are going to be out there? 

The main tours, concentrating on the show itself are the Live and Professionals tours. Strictly Come Dancing - the Live Tour; the annual tour of this year's professionals and celebrities takes place Jan/Feb 2020, this one will be hosted by Stacey Dooley. Strictly Come Dancing - the Professionals; A regular professionals only tour around May/Jun 2020.

After that, it is the professionals themselves putting on tours - some, liike Anton and Erin, have been doing it for a while, others such as AJ are new to it - here's the ones we're currently aware of!

 

 

I hope we haven't missed any!


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