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Strictly star set to dazzle Felixstowe sea front

PUBLISHED: 14:02 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:16 16 November 2017

Strictly Come Dancing Star, Giovanni Pernice, is set to perform at the Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Strictly Come Dancing Star, Giovanni Pernice, is set to perform at the Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe. Picture: CONTRIBUTED


Strictly Come Dancing Star, Giovanni Pernice, is set to host a show in Felixstowe.

The professional dancer has announced he is heading to Felixstowe’s The Spa Pavillion as part of his 2018 tour.

The strictly star, who is currently partnered with Debbie McGee, will bring his show to the sea front on Wednesday, June 20.

The 27-year-old will be joined with seven other world class professional dancers during his show.

The tour is being produced by Strictly Theatre Co and choreographed by Strictly’s director of choreography Jason Gilkison.

The show promises energy, passion and a whole lot of heat with plenty of glitzy costumes, amazing routines and a beautiful story - headlined by Giovanni.

Mr Pernice said:“This show is not just smouldering… it’s absolutely scorching!”

Tickets are on sale now, you can purchase them via the website or by calling the Spa Pavilion Box Office 01394 284962.

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