Strictly Come Dancing professionals ANTON DU BEKE and GIOVANNI PERNICE join forces in 2021 for their first ever tour together - HIM & ME!
The Ballroom King and the two-time Guinness World Record holder will be joined by a world class
cast of dancers and singers.
This show promises to be THE best night out in the Summer of 2021 for all ages…
A true dance extravaganza!
Produced by Strictly Theatre Co. and directed by Alan Burkitt.
Launched in 2011, GymFusion, British Gymnastics National Festivals Programme, has seen more than
30,000 performers take part in show-style festivals across the UK. Five events are set to take place in
2022 across England and will include exciting and creative performances from all ages, abilities and
disciplines in a celebration of display gymnastics.
Guaranteed to wow the audience, GymFusion encompasses the ethos of Gymnastics for All and
gives participants the opportunity to display their skills and talents as a team in a fun, friendly and
Through performing together GymFusion shows the diverse nature of gymnastics in a way that no
other event can. It brings together the gymnastics community, encourages performance and values
Whether you’re keen to support your local club or team, see your friends or relatives perform or
simply to enjoy the gymnastics… Get your tickets now to ensure you don’t miss out on the fun and
variation GymFusion has to offer in 2022! Come and enjoy the party, gymnastics style!
This year GymFusion celebrates our participants ‘inspirations’ (our thought-provoking theme).
Expect to be amazed at the creativity in each performance which encompasses the true exciting
nature of gymnastics.
The Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals tour opens in Salford on 28th April 2022
Candoco Dance Company returns to the stage with a double bill from two
boundary-breaking New York based choreographers.
The evening begins with Set and Reset/Reset, a recreation of Trisha Brown
Dance Company’s seminal Set and Reset. The dancers move with dream-like
fluidity within a kaleidoscopic form to a driving Laurie Anderson score in their
unique version of Trisha Brown’s choreography.
In contrast, Jeanine Durning’s Last Shelter unfolds uniquely at each
performance. Teetering at the edge of what could be in an ever-shifting
environment, this choreography highlights the velocity and precision of each
dancer’s decision-making from moment to moment, somewhere between
agency and collective will. After a year of working invisibly through a
pandemic, it is an act of intimacy to witness the labour and desire of the
dancer attending to themselves and one another, in their practice.
Distinct in form, these works share the vitality and virtuosity that promises an
unforgettable double bill from the company that continues to expand
perceptions of what dance can be.