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Strictly Come Dancing new judge Anton Du Beke has teamed up with Erin Boag for a ballroom event that will delight fans. The exclusive evening will be packed full of the glamour of the ballroom, with a luxurious resort backdrop.
Included in the new Strictly Come Dancing holiday event are dinner and a bed and breakfast.
Britons who take part will be able to dress up for a Black-Tie Ball and enjoy music from a 15-piece big band.
Anton and Erin will also be sharing all the backstage gossip from the 19th series of Strictly Come Dancing which hits screens this September.
Taking place in Newport, at the five-star Celtic Manor Resort Hotel, the event will feature a ballroom showcase.
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Guests will also get a dance lesson with Anton and will attend a question-and-answer session with the Strictly dancer and 2021 new judge.
Paul Donahey, Donahey’s Event Director, said: “After such a long lockdown, our exclusive live event is the perfect way to usher in the Christmas period.
“Not only will guests get to enjoy a luxurious break where they can relax and have fun, but they’ll also get to see some of the best dancers in the UK up close and personal, including the show’s brand new judge.”
He concluded: “It’s a very different experience to just seeing them on TV.”
The event is set in more than 2000 acres of South Wales parkland.
The evening will take place in Caernarfon Suite Ballroom.
Every guest will receive a personalised gift certificate and ‘Red Carpet’ photo opportunity with Erin and Anton.
The event will take place in November 21 and guests who book before September 30 will benefit from an early bird booking price.
Donahey’s is one of the country’s leading dance schools.
The school has taught Britons how to dance for five decades.
It organises luxury weekend breaks with the stars of Strictly Come Dancing, and has dance classes in Manchester, Stockport, and South Devon.
Last year, the annual short breaks with Strictly stars were cancelled due to Covid.
The new event with Anton and Erin is a return to normality for ballroom stars and fans who have missed the glamour of ballroom dancing during the pandemic.
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