Dance to the Music with Strictly Come Dancing star Kristina Rihanoff at Peterborough Cresset

PUBLISHED: 08:25 30 January 2018

Joining Kristina is a full cast of dancers, plus X Factor finalist Chris Maloney

Joining Kristina is a full cast of dancers, plus X Factor finalist Chris Maloney

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‘Dance to the Music’, a dance show like no other, is at the Peterborough Cresset on February 11.

It is created by and stars Kristina Rihanoff, one of the most renowned dancers and

choreographers from BBC1’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

Kristina will once again team up with her former professional dance partner, Robin Windsor, who starred on ‘Strictly’ for four years.

Also gracing the stage will be Oksana Platero, who partnered Judge Rinder on series 14 of the hit show and is famous for her jaw-dropping lifts.

Oksana’s husband Jonathan Platero will also be joining the cast.

Joining Kristina, Robin and Oksana are a full cast of dancers, plus two singers - X Factor finalist Chris Maloney and singer-songwriter Beth Sherburn.

The audience will experience the evolution of dance through musical eras, starting from the roaring twenties, with tap and Charleston, going through every decade of dance crazes up to modern day Ballroom and Latin.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets, £27.50 to £51.50 via https://cresset.ticketsolve.com/shows/873580011

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