Brendan Cole is Live & Unjudged at Lowry, 9 Feb
Date: 1 February 2012
Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole is bringing his live and unjudged show to the Lowry next week, following his previous date at the Manchester Opera House in 2009.
Not just for the Ballroom and Latin enthusiasts, this up close and personal dance spectacular promises more than a just a few cha cha cha’s! Brendan’s mischievous personality will host you throughout, while onstage his 14 piece band will play song renditions from some of the music industry’s greatest artists, including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Robert Palmer, Jennifer Lopez, Prince, Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Kenny Rogers, Gloria Estefan and Robbie Williams.
Strictly fans will get to see Brendan alongside some well known faces who will perform all of your favourites, from the Paso Doble to the Tango and Quickstep to the Jive.
Joining him on stage will be former Strictly Come Dancing professionals Nicole Cutler, Andrew Cuerden, Hanna Haarala, Izabela Hanna and Brendan's very own brother Scott Cole. Scott himself promises not to hold back on offering some intimate insights into the real Brendan!
Brendan Cole Live and Unjudged is at the Lowry on 9 February, 2012
- by Glenn Meads
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