Wednesday, 17th January 2018
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BORN TO WIN

Theatre Royal, Waterford on Monday 7th May at 8pm

Booking - http://www.theatreroyal.ie or 051 874402

Tickets - €32, €30 VIP - €50

‘DANCING WITH THE STARS IRELAND’ couples are set to return to the stage with Giovanni in his 2018 Ireland Tour.

BBC ‘Strictly Come Dancing' star, Giovanni Pernice, who reached the finals of the hit show with his celebrity partner, Debbie McGee, is set to head back out on tour this year in his SENSATIONAL BRAND NEW dance show ‘BORN TO WIN’.

After the huge success of his debut tour ‘Dance is Life’ in 2017, Giovanni is extremely happy to announce that Giulia Dotta, Kai Widdrington, Emily Barker, and Curtis Pritchard, professional dancers on

‘Dancing with the Stars Ireland’ are returning to join him and his leading lady, Luba Mushtuk, once again.

The four professionals, who are currently gracing T.V. screens all over Ireland, were a popular addition to ‘Dance is Life’ last year and are excited that the ‘BORN TO WIN’ tour will be going to some fantastic Irish venues.

They will also be joined by Stephen Vincent and Kylee Brown, who have both performed around the world in the phenomenal stage show ‘Burn the Floor’.

The show will tell a stunning tale of love and passion, with dances such as the Paso Doble and the Argentine Tango, plus you can expect other favourites like the Quickstep, and the Viennese Waltz. The 2x Guinness World Record Holder won’t let you miss out on his fast footwork either, he’ll be sure to showcase his Jive and Charleston skills too!!

Tickets are on sale now directly through the theatres or at http://www.giovannipernice.com

There are also a limited number of VIP tickets available at most venues, where people can meet Giovanni before the show, get a signed print and have photo opportunities.

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