February 14, 2013, 7:40 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Strictly Come Dancing proved to be one of the major hits of 2012's winter TV schedules. With a thrilling finale and a deserving winner in Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, the show has won a clear place in the nation's hearts.
And if proof were needed, the solo tour of one of the show's favourite dancers cements the impact this endeavour has had on audiences nationwide.
After his successful 2012 tour, a witty nod to the show, Live and Unjudged, Brendan Cole is back to thrill audiences once more - but this time it seems he has a licence to do so.
He is remembered as one of the most charismatic Strictly Come Dancing professionals, and this new project Licence to Thrill looks certain to be another dazzling show from the television star. It will be at the Barbican on 13th February.
Cole is bringing six world-class dancers and a 14 piece orchestra with him, as well as employing the musical direction of Barry Robinson. What to expect? Well, this 2013 tour will incorporate classical ballroom with feisty Latin and as the TV show amply fulfils, will aim to embrace a wide-ranging audience and age range.
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