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Brendan Cole announces A Night To Remember tour

Extensive tour announced for early 2015.

Brendan Cole

Strictly Come Dancing may have just started up again for another year but Strictly pro Brendan Cole is already thinking ahead to 2015 with the announcement of his new tour.

Brendan will be hitting the road with his A Night To Remember tour which kicks off in Crawley on 27th January and runs all the way through to 29th March closing in Birmingham.

Brendan will showcase his 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, each of them exhilarating, mesmerising and above all, memorable.

The new tour follows last year’s critically-acclaimed Licence To Thrill tour. Joining Brendan on the road will be Dancing With The Stars champion Fauve Hautot, Patrick Helm who has been working as assistant to the artistic director on Strictly Come Dancing and professional ballroom and Latin dance instructor Crystal Main.

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The full tour dates are:

January 2015

27th Crawley, Hawth Theatre
28th Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
29th Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
30th Brighton, Dome
31st High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan


1st Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
4th Sheffield, City Hall
5th Leicester, De Montfort Hall
6th Grantham meres, The Meres
7th Reading, Hexagon Theatre
8th Wimbledon, New Wimbledon Theatre
11th Northampton, Royal & Derngate
12th Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre
13th Cambridge, Corn Exchange
14th Ipswich, The Regent
15th Norwich, Theatre Royal
(matinee and evening)
18th Oxford, New Theatre Oxford
19th Eastbourne, Congress Theatre
20th Watford, Colosseum
21st Croydon, Fairfield Halls
22nd Basingstoke, The Anvil
24th Inverness, Eden Court Theatre
25th Inverness, Eden Court Theatre
26th Dunfermline, Alhambra theatre
27th Perth, Concert Hall
28th Aberdeen, Music Hall

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1st Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
4th Grimsby, Auditorium
5th York, Barbican
6th Preston, Guild Hall
7th Blackpool, Opera House
8th Manchester, Opera House
11th Portsmouth, Guildhall
12th Poole, Lighthouse
13th Plymouth, Pavilions
14th Torquay, Princess Theatre
15th Cardiff, Wales Millennium Centre
19th Cork, Opera House
20th Cork, Opera House
21st Belfast, Waterfront Hall
22nd Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre
24th Leeds, Grand Theatre
25th Scunthorpe, Baths Hall
26th Gateshead, Sage Gateshead
27th Carlisle, The Sands Centre
28th Hull, New Theatre
29th Birmingham, Symphony Hall


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