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22 January 2013

Let’s Dance for Comic Relief



Let’s Dance For Comic Relief is back!

Alex Jones and Steve Jones preside over the dance show with a difference. The difference being that the dancers can’t always dance. Some of Britain’s biggest – and bravest – comedians, soap stars and famous faces will take to the floor to recreate iconic dance routines to help raise money for Comic Relief. They’ll be hoping to follow in the dance steps of previous winners such as Robert Webb, whose “Flashdance” performance has become the stuff of legend; Rufus Hound’s uncanny Cheryl Cole; and Rowland Rivron’s hilarious re-enactment of Fat Boy Slim’s “Weapon of Choice”... The celebrity dancers will face a public vote, and be judged by a celebrity panel.

As well as some memorable ‘dancing’, there’ll also be plenty of shenanigans in the backstage bar – handily named Shenanigans. Plus, some of the biggest music acts in the world will be performing on stage.

It’s the funniest dance party on television, and everyone’s invited! Audience members must be 16 years old and over.

WHEN:
Saturday 16th February @ 4.15pm
Saturday 23rd February @ 4.15pm
(MORE DATES COMING SOON)

WHERE: BBC Television Centre. Wood Lane, London, W12 7RJ (Map)

To book tickets, simply click the link below. Plus, If you wish to 'find out first' sign up to my email alerts, which will notify you of ticket releases.
BOOK TICKETS Dress code: These are exciting live shows - dress to impress like you're on a big night out! The audience is a very important part of the show so be sure to 'glam-up' and bring along your dancing shoes.

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