Strictly Come Dancing star promises A Night to Remember in Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 20:30 30 November 2014 | UPDATED: 20:33 30 November 2014

Brendan Cole's A Night to Remember tour

Brendan Cole's A Night to Remember tour


Following his exit from this season’s series of Strictly Come Dancing, professional dancer Brendan Cole is promising A Night to Remember in Hertfordshire next year.

Having partnered Casualty actress Sunetra Sarker on Strictly Come Dancing 2014, Brendan Cole and his cast of dancers, musicians and singers will present a dazzling spectacle at Watford Colosseum on Friday, February 20.

Loaded with all the ballroom magic and Latin excitement that one could ask for, A Night To Remember will showcase Strictly favourite Brendan’s expertise in an odyssey of music and dance, once again blending exquisite choreography with his own unique charisma in a bold, sensational show.

There’s new music, new costumes and new banter to keep audiences entertained throughout, as Brendan leads his cast through a diverse selection of styles and numbers.

Brendan previously travelled the country with his debut show Live and Unjudged in 2010 to 2012, and follow-up Licence To Thrill in 2013 and last year.

Brendan and his brilliant cast of 14 musicians and six world-class dancers stunned audiences with scintillating music and awe-inspiring moves.

And A Night to Remember follows from this success.

French Dancing With The Stars champion Fauve Hautot returns, as does Germany’s Patrick Helm who has been working as assistant to the artistic director on Strictly Come Dancing, as well as professional ballroom and Latin dance instructor Crystal Main.

* Tickets for A Night To Remember live at Watford Colosseum cost £37.50, £32, £29 and £25.

Strictly Come Dancing’s Pasha Kovalev, currently dancing with Caroline Flack on the show, will also be appearing at Watford Colosseum next year on Sunday, June 14.

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