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Burn The Floor tour with Kevin Clifton moves to 2021

The Strictly Come Dancing professional will tour across the UK throughout spring and summer.

Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Kevin Clifton will lead the rescheduled Burn The Floor tour across the UK in April, May, June and July 2021.

Initially set to take place in the spring of 2020, the tour will now kick off in Manchester on 18 April 2021. Original tickets remain valid, and fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be contacted by our Customer Services team with more information.

Clifton leads the acclaimed global ballroom dance company, which has been making its spectacular mark on stages all over the world for more than two decades.

One of the most successful dancers in the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing history, Kevin Clifton recently announced his departure from the show after seven years, during which he reached the final five times and secured the coveted title with dance partner Stacey Dooley in 2018.

Having already performed on Broadway with Burn The Floor prior to his time on the TV competition, he made a triumphant return to the dance company in 2019 for a five-star sold out UK run.

“Burn The Floor is the show that ignited a spark in me and changed me forever as a performer,” Clifton says. “Through Broadway, West End and touring all over the world this show has ripped apart the rule book, revolutionised our genre and inspired and shaped me as the dancer I am today.”

Earlier this year, the Burn The Floor company teamed up with a lockdown rendition of The Beatles’ With A Little Help From My Friends, and shared the vocal performance on YouTube.

Now, they are set to return to the stage for their full dance production, promising a mix of live music, vibrant choreography, and innovative moves, set to showcase their characteristic rebellious energy.

With the 2019 tour described as “compelling” (Crawley Observer) and “a show to remember” (Birmingham Express), Burn The Floor opens at Manchester’s The Bridgewater Hall on 18 April 2021 and runs through to The Hawth in Crawley on 8 July 2021.

Here are those dates in full:

18 April 2021 – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
19 April 2021 – Empire, Sunderland
20 April 2021 – The Atkinson, Southport
21 April 2021 – Lyceum, Crewe
26 April 2021 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
28 April 2021 – Regent, Ipsiwch
29 April 2021 – Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
1 May 2021 – Embassy Theatre, Skegness
2 May 2021 – New Theatre, Peterborough
4 May 2021 – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton
5 May 2021 – Royal & Derngate, Northampton
6 May 2021 – Opera House, Blackpool
8 May 2021 – Alhambra, Dunfermline
9 May 2021 – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh
11 May 2021 – Theatre, Whitley Bay
12 May 2021 – Opera House, York
13 May 2021 – Vitoria Theatre, Halifax
15 May 2021 – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby
16 May 2021 – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby (matinee)
16 May 2021 – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby
18 May 2021 – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
19 May 2021 – Regent Theatre, Stoke
20 May 2021 – Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
21 May 2021 – MK Theatre, Milton Keynes
22 May 2021 – Peacock Theatre, London
23 May 2021 – Orchard Theatre, Dartford (matinee)
23 May 2021 – Orchard Theatre, Dartford
24 May 2021 – Kings Theatre, Portsmouth
26 May 2021 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
27 May 2021 – White Rock Theatre, Hastings
29 May 2021 – The Hawth, Crawley (matinee)
29 May 2021 – The Hawth, Crawley
1 June 2021 – Kings, Glasgow
3 June 2021 – Venue Cymru, Llandudno
10 June 2021 – Lighthouse, Poole
11 June 2021 – Princess Theatre, Torquay
12 June 2021 – Queens Theatre, Barnstaple
13 June 2021 – Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
14 June 2021 – Hexagon Theatre, Reading
16 June 2021 – Gordon Craig, Stevenage
17 June 2021 – Gordon Craig, Stevenage (matinee)
17 June 2021 – Gordon Craig, Stevenage
19 June 2021 – New Wimbledon Theatre, London
20 June 2021 – Churchill Theatre, Bromley (matinee)
20 June 2021 – Churchill Theatre, Bromley
21 June 2021 – Beck Theatre, Hayes
23 June 2021 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend (matinee)
23 June 2021 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
24 June 2021 – G Live, Guildford
25 June 2021 – Anvil, Basingstoke
27 June 2021 – New Theatre, Cardiff
28 June 2021 – Playhouse Theatre, Weston-Super-Mare
29 June 2021 – Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
30 June 2021 – Severn, Shrewsbury
1 July 2021 – Severn, Shrewsbury
4 July 2021 – Hall for Cornwall, Truro
5 July 2021 – Pavilion, Waymouth
7 July 2021 – Richmond Theatre, London
8 July 2021 – The Hawth, Crawley

Original tickets remain valid. Additional tickets for Burn The Floor starring Kevin Clifton are available from 10:00 on Wednesday 12 August 2020 through Tickemaster.co.uk.

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