Published: 13:00, 10 June 2022
Join incredible Strictly stars such as Graziano di Prima and Pasha Kovalev as dance spectacular Here Come the Boys hits the road.
The critically acclaimed West End show will see the stunning cast of Strictly Come Dancing visit the Orchard Theatre, in Dartford, for a night of show-stopping choreography.
The group includes professional dancers Graziano di Prima, Pasha Kovalev and Nikita Kuzmin, as well as 2019 Strictly finalist Karim Zeroual.
The male dancers will be joined by Nadiya Bychkova, who made her debut on the BBC show in 2017 and has recently hit the headlines after revealing her relationship with fellow Strictly pro Kai Widdrington.
Graziano di Prima has been part of the primetime show since 2018 and has partnered with radio DJ Vick Hope and comedian Judi Love.
In the same year, longtime cast member Pasha Kovalev announced his departure from the show.
Pasha became a fan favourite after reaching the final with Chelsee Healey, Kimberley Walsh, Ashley Roberts and Caroline Flack, with whom he won the glitterball trophy in 2014.
Pasha also began dating his former Strictly partner, Countdown’s Rachel Riley, in 2013. The couple were married in 2019 and have two daughters together.
The most recent Strictly cast member of the group is Nikita Kuzmin.
Nikita was introduced to fans last year when he made his debut with Tilly Ramsay, daughter of world-famous chef Gordon Ramsay.
The only member of the Here Come the Boys cast without a professional dance background is TV presenter Karim Zeroual.
However, Karim is still part of the Strictly family as he competed in the show with dance partner Amy Dowden in 2019, reaching the finals alongside Emma Barton and Kelvin Fletcher.
The group will be performing their dance extravaganza to a soundtrack of club classics, guilty pleasures and party anthems.
The show has already impressed audiences at the London Palladium, and the spectacular dancing stars now hope to wow fans across the country.
Here Come the Boys is at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford, on Sunday, June 19. Book tickets here or call 03433 100 033.