For fans of BBC TV’s Strictly Come Dancing, a charity event next month at Peterborough Cathedral is a definite date for the diary!
On Friday 19 May, at 7.00pm, Strictly Cathedral is an opportunity for you to dance in the beautiful setting of the Cathedral nave, with some expert tuition if you need it. More than that, the two guests of honour for the evening will be Strictly Come Dancing winners, Olympic champion Louis Smith MBE and war veteran Lance Corporal Cassidy Little. They will both be taking part in a Question and Answer session during the evening.
This sparkling event will begin with a Prosecco reception during which young musicians from Peterborough Music Hub will play live. Later, dance tutors from Tu Danse Studios will demonstrate how to perfect your waltz and cha-cha-cha technique before everyone heads for the dance floor to have a go themselves. As well as the Q&A with Louis and Cassidy, during the evening you will also be able to try your hand as a Strictly-style judge, as well as have plenty of time for dancing or watching the action from the side lines.
Louis Smith says about the event:
“Strictly has a huge following and I hope the show's Peterborough fans will come to this unique event, which is supporting important causes. I'm looking forward to meeting the city's quick footed residents and watching them glide across the Cathedral nave!"
The evening is a fundraising event, with the proceeds being divided between The Mayor of Peterborough's Charity Fund and the Cathedral’s Peterborough 900 Campaign. Those attending are encouraged to dress up for the occasion. Sequins and tuxedos are welcome but, for safety, guests are advised not to wear stiletto heels.
Strictly Cathedral takes place on Friday 19 May, from 7.00pm to 10.00pm.
Tickets are £25 per person, including refreshments. Book online here http://shop.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/strictly-cathedral-ticket or buy in person from Peterborough Information Centre on Bridge Street, or by phone on 01733 452336.
The organisers would like to make it clear that this is an independent event, not endorsed by, or promoted in association with, the BBC.