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Giovanni Pernice to be joined by Luba Mushtuk for ‘Born to Win’ tour, which hits Lowestoft next year

PUBLISHED: 15:57 08 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:57 08 November 2017

Giovanni Pernice has announced that professional Luba Mushtuk will be joining him on his 2018 tour �Born to Win�. Picture: Strictly Theatre Co.

Giovanni Pernice has announced that professional Luba Mushtuk will be joining him on his 2018 tour �Born to Win�. Picture: Strictly Theatre Co.

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After scoring the first perfect 40 on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing, Giovanni Pernice has announced that professional Luba Mushtuk will be joining him on his 2018 tour ‘Born to Win’.

The show arrives at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft on April 27 next year, at 7.30pm.

Luba was recently seen dancing on the BBC hit show with Giovanni, to the vocal talents of musical theatre star Sheridan Smith.

Luba – a four time Italian Dance Champion and 2011 World Latin Show-Dance Champion – was assistant choreographer and professional group dancer on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing 2016 and 2017, and a dancer on the ‘Burn the Floor’ international dance tour.

Giovanni and Luba will be joined by six further professional dancers on their 50 date UK and Ireland tour, starting in Coventry on April 12 and finishing in July.

The show is not just ‘An Evening with…’ but a tale of a beautiful young couple who fall in love on a windy dark night in a bustling Italian city, but not everything runs smoothly that evening. Featuring beautiful choreography to dances like the Rumba, the Viennese Waltz, the Paso Doble, and the Argentine Tango. There are a limited number of VIP tickets available, where people can meet Giovanni before the show, get a signed print and have photo opportunities.

Tickets range from £22 to £27, with VIP tickets costing £47.

To book, call the box office on 01502 533200 or visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk


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