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tour of baz luhrman's strictly ballroom

Strictly Ballroom the musical had its UK premiere at London's Piccadilly Theatre in 2018 and is now heading out on an extensive tour of the UK and Ireland in 2020/21. Opening in Nottingham in September 2020, the show will star strictly come dancing professional Kevin Clifton as Scott Hastings. Strictly Come Dancing finalist and  former EastEnder, Maisie Smith, will make her musical theatre debut later this year, as she co-stars in the 2022/23 UK tour in the lead female role of Fran until 25th March 2023. They will be joined by Nikki Belsher/Shirley Hastings, Mark Sangster/Doug Hastings, Gary Davis/Barry Fife, Quinn Patrick/Les Kendall, Oliver Brooks/JJ Silvers, Jose Agudo/Rico, Karen Mann/Abuela, Maddy Ambus/Liz, Benjamin Harrold/Ken, Jessica Vaux/Charm, Danielle Cato/Tina Sparkle, Kieran Cooper/Wayne, Agnes Pure/Vanessa, Adam Davidson/Nathan and Poppy Blackledge/ Pam, alongside ensemble members Liv Alexander, Edwin Ray, Stuart Rouse and Hollie Jane Stephens and on stage swings Michelle Buckley and Stylianos Thomadakis.The musical is directed by dancer, choreographer, theatre director and TV Judge, Craig Revel Horwood.

It tells the story of Scott Hastings, a competitive ballroom dancer in '80s Australia who makes up his own moves and finds himself aggravating ballroom-purists. He follows his heart to, not only find his true calling in dance, but also find his true love featuring hit songs from the film including "Love Is in the Air" by John Paul Young, "Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps" by Doris Day, and a version of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time.

The musical is based on Based on Luhrmann’s 1992 film, which was about a short play he wrote while he was a student at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Sydney in the ‘80s. After an expanded version of the play was a success at Sydney's Wharf Theatre, Luhrmann was approached to turn it into a film. The writer agreed, on the condition he could direct the movie, and it was Luhrmann’s first film. It went on to be one of the highest grossing Australian films of all time.

Below are the new rescheduled tour dates with more still to be announced.

Blackpool Opera House
21-26 November
Peterborough New Theatre
28 November-3 December
Sheffield City Hall
8-13 December
Guildford G Live
20-31 December
Ipswich Regent
9-14 January 2023
Reading The Hexagon
16-21 January
Wales Millennium Centre
23-28 January
Plymouth Theatre Royal
30 January-4 February
Truro Hall for Cornwall
6-11 February
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
13-18 February
Southampton Mayflower
20-25 February
Northampton Royal & Derngate
27 February-4 March
Hull New
6-11 March
Canterbury Marlowe
13-18 March
Southend Cliffs
20-25 March
Bradford Alhambra Theatre
27 March-1 April
Milton Keynes Theatre
3-8 April
Norwich Theatre Royal
10-15 April
Bournemouth Pavilion
17-22 April
York Grand Opera House
24-29 April
Newcastle Theatre Royal
1-6 May
Edinburgh Playhouse
8-13 May
Aberdeen Performing Arts
15-20 May
Derry Millenium Forum Theatre
22-27 May
Glasgow Theatre Royal
5-10 June
Ayelsbury Waterside
12-17 June
Nottingham Theatre Royal
19-24 June
Salford Lowry
26 June - 1 July
Leeds Grand
3-8 July
Bristol Hippodrome
10-15 July