Strictly Come Dancing stars you can see in Norfolk

Giovanni Pernice, Kevin Clifton, and Oti Mabuse are all coming to Norfolk

Giovanni Pernice (top), Kevin Clifton (bottom), and Oti Mabuse (right) are all coming to Norfolk - Credit: Archant/Archant/BBC

Strictly Come Dancing is back on our screens and talk of the post-show tours has begun.

Here are all the Strictly stars coming to Norfolk, and where you can see them.

Strictly Come Dancing pro Oti Mabuse is bringing her 2021 'I Am Here' UK tour to Norwich Theatre Roy

Strictly Come Dancing pro Oti Mabuse in her 2021 'I Am Here' UK tou - Credit: Archant

1. Oti Mabuse: I Am Here

Where: Theatre Royal, Norwich

When: June 12, 2022

Tickets: From £27

The Strictly reigning champion is coming to Norwich with an "electrifying" show.

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I Am Here is a celebration of the influences and inspirations on her journey, from Samba to Kwaito.

Joining Oti Mabuse will be other dancers, as well as singers and musicians from the West End.

Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom: The Musical, directed by Craig Revel Horwood, is coming to the Ips

Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom: The Musical, directed by Craig Revel Horwood - Credit: Archant

2. Strictly Ballroom - The Musical

Where: Theatre Royal, Norwich 

When: April 10-15, 2023

Tickets: On sale soon

Four-time runner-up and one-time champion, Kevin Clifton, will be starring in this musical directed by Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood and written by Baz Luhrmann.

Including 20 "world-class performers" and well-known songs like Time after Time, the musical follows a young ballroom dancer defying tradition with a new partner.

Ian Waite & Vincent Simone, The Ballroom Boys - Act Two can be seen at the Gordon Craig Theatre in S

Ian Waite and Vincent Simone in The Ballroom Boys - Act Two - Credit: Image 1st London

3. Ian Waite and Vincent Simone - Act Two

Where: Corn Exchange, King's Lynn

When: October 15, 2021, and June 7, 2022

Tickets: From £30

The "Ballroom Boys" are returning with a new show of "old-fashioned variety", including dance, comedy, and song.

Ian Waite and Vincent Simons will be joined by their partners and a singer for routines including the Viennese waltz, the foxtrot, the Rumba, and of course, the Argentine tango.

Strictly stars Pasha Kovalev, Alja~ `korjanec and newly-announced dancer Graziano Di Prima are brin

Strictly stars Pasha Kovalev, Aljaž Škorjanec, and Graziano Di Prima are in Here Come the Boys - Credit: Archant

4. Here Come The Boys

Where: Theatre Royal, Norwich

When: July 17, 2022

Tickets: From £27

Three of Strictly's current and former professionals are coming to Norwich with their "dancing extravaganza".

 Aljaž Škorjanec, Graziano Di Prima, and Pasha Kovalev will be joined by a cast of international dancers, a world champion beatboxer, and an LED screen.

Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice is coming to Norfolk and Suffolk on his This Is Me tour.

Giovanni Pernice in his This Is Me tour - Credit: Archant

5. Giovanni Pernice: This Is Me

Where: Corn Exchange, King's Lynn

When: May 4, 2022

Tickets: From £32

The three-time runner-up is back with his fifth tour.

Paying homage to the music and dance that have inspired his career, the Italian will perform both ballroom and Latin.

This tour promises the Italian's "natural charm" as well as a "fabulous soundtrack". At this event, there is also a meet and greet ticket available.

Strictly Come Dancing pro dancer Johannes Radebe who is joining the Burn The Floor tour. Picture Opt

Johannes Radebe in his Freedom tour - Credit: Archant

6. Johannes Radebe: Freedom

Where: Corn Exchange, King's Lynn

When: April 19, 2022

Tickets: From £35.50

The South African dancer is a Latin champion and was on the inaugural South African series of Strictly.

His new show fuses African, Latin, and classic dance arrangements, featuring his signature energy and style to celebrate music and dance through his personal journey.

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