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Strictly Come Dancing star Robin Windsor is on stage at Spalding's South Holland Centre in November

Professional dancer Robin Windsor, known from BBC One's 'Strictly Come Dancing' is on stage at Spalding’s South Holland Centre on Sunday, November 4.

After a long career, which has taken him from a local dance school in Ipswich all the way to national television, Windsor is heading to the stage one last time before hanging up his dancing shoes, writes Patrick Walsh.

He will be performing some of his most important and memorable dances of his career with a team of professional dancers featuring Anya Garnis.

Dancer Robin Windsor is on stage at the South Holland Centre on November 4. (4973003)
Dancer Robin Windsor is on stage at the South Holland Centre on November 4. (4973003)

“My goal is to get everyone around the country dancing,” he said, “because ultimately, it makes everyone happy!”

Through energetic chats with the audience and action-packed recitals, he takes snapshots of his journey to tell to his audience.

Tickets cost £28, concessions are £26; and there are limited VIP tickets at £48 where you can meet with Robin Windsor before the show, take a photo, get his autograph and receive a signed print. Plus, there is a pre-show Sunday roast at 1pm for £11.95 for two courses and coffee. (Book by Monday, October 29).

Tickets for the show at 3pm on November 4 are available via the South Holland Centre on 01775 764777 or www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

The Centre is also taking bookings for two performances by Strictly dancers Ian Waite and Vincent Simone in their new show The Ballroom Boys on June 22, 2019.


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