From the people behind Rock N Rumble, Yule Ball for Refugees and Totally Toto Africa comes the ultimate Bristol dance off.
A raucously glitzy night of Swing and Salsa supporting Temwa and Aid Box Community. Think Strictly but with a thoroughly Bristol edge (that still means a LOT of sequins and a sprinkling of sass).
On the 23rd March at Bristol’s Pennywell Project, 20 couples go head to head (or cheek to cheek) to compete for the title of Bristol Come Dancing Champions 2019.
Following six weeks of training and fundraising by Pilo Seguera, Plioxercise, and David Zilkha Swing Dance Bristol, the couples will perform in front of a panel of judges and a live audience. Not only that but there will be DJs on hand, professional performances, an art installation from Illumaphonium, and a fully-stocked bar.
You are in for a night of non-stop entertainment with the feel good factor of changing lives along the way.
Be there to experience an incredible show and make a difference to vulnerable communities both here in Bristol and in northern Malawi.
With dancers including Lord Mayor of Bristol Cleo Lake, a star-studded panel of judges with GBBO’s Briony May, Glastonbury’s Malcolm Haynes, Tribe of Doris’ Rachel De Garang, The Floor Technicians’ Saeed Esmaeli and Bristol Dance Factory’s Michele Webber and our fierce and funny comperes and Bristol favourites Lottie Ball and Edson Burton.
Vote for your favourites, cheer them on, prop up the bar and keep the dance floor alive ‘til the early hours.
You can get your tickets at Bristol Ticket Shop or Eventbrite. Concessions available and if you can’t make the night you can even donate a ticket! All attendees under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.