Strictly Come Dancing stars come to the Alban Arena
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Dance is at the heart of the programme of shows at the Alban Arena next week.
First up is Tap Factory. created by choreographer and artistic director Vincent Pausanias in collaboration with world renowned tappers Gilles Guenat and Jeremie Champagne.
The show at 7.30pm next Tuesday, April 19, features top tap dancers and international musicians who blend dance, percussion, comedy and cirque acrobatics.
Tickets at £22.50 and £21 are available from the Arena box office on 01727 844488 or online.
Strictly Come Dancing favourites Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe bring A Touch of Class to the Arena at 8.15pm next Friday, April 22.
The pro-pairing are best known for their high intensity performances on the hit BBC show and have become family favorites.
On the night they will dance a mix of ballroom and Latin.
Tickets are £26 and £24 with a meet and greet option available at an additional £10.
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Swan Lake will dance on to the Arena stage at 2.30pm next Saturday, April 23, with a performance from the Vienna Festival Ballet.
Danced to Tchaikovsky’s famous score, the show features international stars.
Tickets are £23 with concessions £19 and under 16s £15.
* Comedians Sean Lock and Russell Kane who are appearing at the Arena next Monday (18) and Wednesday (20) respectively have sold out.