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Dance to the Music on 28 January is a glamorous dance show, choreographed and performed by ex-Strictly Come Dancing professional Kristina Rihanoff, which features over 15 different styles of dancing.

 

The show portrays the evolution of dance, from the roaring 20s with the Charleston and tap dances, through the decades with lindy hop, jitterbug, rock 'n' roll, hustle, funk, disco, breakdancing, street and hip hop, right up to modern day ballroom with Latin salsa and the spectacular Argentine tango.

 

Kristina says: “This show will have something for everyone. Whether you’re a lifelong ballroom-dancer, a total novice or you love watching TV shows like Strictly as a family, this is going to bring dance to life in a totally unique way. Expect music, colour and incredible movement, which will take you on a remarkable and immersive journey.”

 

Hosted by Jake Quickenden (who found fame on the X Factor and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here) the show also features talented and versatile South African dance team Marcella Solimeo and Dylon Daniels from Dancing With The Stars.

 

With fabulous costumes and breath-taking choreography, the dances will be performed to an upbeat soundtrack, packed with pop hits and classic tunes, and linked by a light-hearted script with plenty of humour and showbiz anecdotes.

 

Kristina adds, “Dance To The Music is an ultimate family show… you will be dancing in your seats to your favourite music hits whatever the age you are!”

 

Dance to the Music will be at The Apex on Tuesday 28 January at 7.30pm. Call the Box Office on 01284 758000, or visit www.theapex.co.uk for more information, or to book.

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