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Line-up announced for Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals 2020 tour

Find out which pro dancers will be part of the tour.

Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals
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Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals has revealed the pro dancer line-up for its 2020 tour.

The world class line-up of Strictly professionals performing on the tour are: Australian Open Champion and 2018 finalist Dianne Buswell; Two-time Ballroom and Latin World Champion Nadiya Bychkova; Italian Latin Champion Graziano Di Prima; Professional World Mambo Champion and former Strictly finalist Karen Hauer; World Professional Latin Showdance Champion and 2017 Strictly Champion Katya Jones; undefeated four-time British National Champion Neil Jones; eight-time South African Latin American Champion and 2016 Strictly finalist Oti Mabuse; 2017 Strictly finalist Gorka Marquez; four-time Italian Dance Championship winner Luba Mushtuk and two-time Strictly Come Dancing South Africa finalist Johannes Radebe.

The tour will kick off on 7th May in Salford at The Lowry and run until 4th June at Edinburgh Playhouse. It arrives shortly after the annual Strictly Come Dancing Live arena tour, which takes place earlier in the year.

The full tour dates are:

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7 May – Salford: The Lowry – 7.30pm
8 May – Salford: The Lowry – 2.00pm and 7.30pm
9 May – London: Palladium – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
10 May – London: Palladium – 2.30pm
12 May – Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall – 7.30pm
13 May – Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
14 May – Blackpool: Opera House – 7.30pm
15 May – Liverpool: M&S Bank Arena – 7.30pm
16 May – Sheffield: Fly DSA Arena – 7.30pm
17 May – Birmingham: Symphony Hall – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
19 May – Hull: Bonus Arena – 7.30pm
20 May – Hull: Bonus Arena – 7.30pm
21 May – Newcastle: Utilita Arena – 7.30pm
22 May – Cardiff: Motorpoint Arena – 7.30pm
23 May – Cardiff: Motorpoint Arena – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
24 May – Plymouth: Pavilions – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
25 May – Plymouth: Pavilions – 2.30pm
28 May – Brighton: Centre – 7.30pm
29 May – Brighton: Centre – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
30 May – Bournemouth: International Centre – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
31 May – Bournemouth: International Centre – 2.30pm
2 June – Glasgow: Clyde Auditorium – 7.30pm
3 June – Edinburgh: Playhouse – 2.30pm & 7.30pm
4 June – Edinburgh: Playhouse – 7.30pm

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