THE GUIDE: Strictly’s Kevin and Joanne back with a socially distanced audience

ALL SINGING and all dancing siblings Kevin and Joanne Clifton are set to get back on stage to perform for a socially-distanced audience in their latest event.

The Strictly Come Dancing duo are bringing their show, ‘An Evening with Kevin and Joanne Clifton’, to Reading as they are set to take to the stage at The Hexagon, Queens Walk, on December 3.

Tickets for the lively dance show go on sale today, September 30, according to the Hexagon website.

The show, which will be touring the UK from the end of October, has been described as “an intimate show produced for a socially distanced audience.

“The talented siblings will sing songs from their CD, tell stories of their dancing lives and perform some of your favourite Ballroom and Latin dances with their professional dance partners.”

Due to scheduling, this is the only chance to catch the brother and sister duo on tour together this time around in Reading.

The show has been designed to be as socially-distanced as possible, by ensuring tickets are available in fixed groups, between one and six tickets, and are seated together, but will be socially distanced from other groups.

All tickets must be purchased as an e-ticket, and there will be no interval during the performance.

Due to the fact that there will be no bar service available during the event, the venue has told show-goers to pre-order drinks and refreshments, and they will be delivered to your seat on arrival.

The dancing group’s last tour, “Burn the Floor”, was meant to touring locally including across the border at High Wycombe’s Wycombe Swan Theatre on April 20, but had to be rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

This tour has since been rescheduled for April, 2021.

Tickets for “An Evening with Kevin and Joanne Clifton” are on sale, from £34.

To find out more about the event and how to book, visit

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