Strictly stars Vincent and Flavia due in Bath next year
Strictly Come Dancing stars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace will be showing off their skills in Bath as part of a Theatre Royal programme which also sees appearances by Lenny Henry and former Wet Wet Wet lead singer Martin Pellow.
Simone, who is partnered with Tracy Beaker actress Dani Harmer, and Cacace, who is dancing with gymnast Louis Smith, will be in the city in April.
Their show Midnight Tango sees the tango champions bringing one of the world’s most exciting dance forms to life accompanied by the live music of Tango Siempre.
Two former Strictly contestants follow the show in a return of the successful production of the farce Relatively Speaking, with Felicity Kendal and Kara Tointon back after their initial appearance at the venue earlier this year.
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A newly-cast version of Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party will also be at the theatre in April, after the play was staged there in April.
The first production of the theatre’s Spring season is Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap in January, starring Brushstrokes actor Karl Howman and Archers actor Graham Seed.
It will be followed by Pellow in Willy Russell’s award-winning musical Blood Brothers and the star of this year’s pantomime, Nichola McAuliffe, in a production of her own play, Maurice’s Jubilee, in February.
Henry, who starred as Othello at the theatre in 2009, will be back in February to play Troy Maxson in August Wilson’s Fances, one of an acclaimed cycle of plays about African-Americans.
The Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society will put on Gilbert and Sullivan’s Mikado in March and there will also be appearances by the Moscow City Ballet.
The Michael Frayn farce Noises Off is at the theatre in March, with a cast yet to be announced.