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Published 11th Jul 2018

robin windsor farewell tour comes to middlesbrough theatre

BBC Strictly Come Dancing’s all-time favourite professional, Robin Windsor, has decided to hang up his dancing shoes, after a long and successful career and he plans to go out with a bang!

Robin, who was part of the hit TV show for five years, and whose celebrity partners included Patsy Kensit, Anita Dobson, Lisa Riley, and Deborah Meaden, is excited to create a show that will be action-packed and energetic to match his personality!

Robin is no stranger to touring, having been involved in many shows over the years including Burn the Floor, on Broadway and the West End, Puttin’ on the Ritz, Keep Dancing, and most recently Dance to the Music, with former Strictly Come Dancing professional Kristina Rihanoff.

However, Windsor feels that now is the right time to concentrate on other things, one of which is visiting dance schools around the country, teaching people to dance because he says: “Dancing is what makes people happy!

“My aim is to get the entire country up and dancing!”

The All Fun Farewell Tour arrives at Middlesbrough Theatre on Monday, October 22 and Robin says it will be ‘full of fun, cheeky chat, plenty of sparkles and superb dancing!’

• For more information or to book tickets call the Box Office on 01642 81 51 81or 01642 729 729.

Book online at www.middlesbroughtheatre.co.uk



Brand-new Red Army Parmo Scotch Egg sells out within 10 minutes of its foodie debut

David and Christine Laing of The Clucking Pig Company have invented their own Red Army Parmo Scotch Eggs and, they say, people are “absolutely loving them to bits” after the eggs sold out within 10 minutes of their foodie debut last month.

Drama in the classroom as students tackle paternity tests

Star students have attracted international attention for creating a drama – involving disputed paternity tests – in their sixth form biology class.

Popular summer workshops return to the Town Hall

To celebrate being back at the refurbished Town Hall following a two-year hiatus even more young people will have the chance to come and enjoy the amazing building this summer!

Charity fun ride on horseback

The Riding for the Disabled Association’s Unicorn Centre based in Hemlington, Middlesbrough has organised a sponsored fun ride to raise funds for a special new horse.