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Strictly and evening for ballroom glitz


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Pasha Kovalev and his partner, Anya Garnis, are bringing their new show, The Magic Of Hollywood, to the Palace Theatre, Newark
Pasha Kovalev and his partner, Anya Garnis, are bringing their new show, The Magic Of Hollywood, to the Palace Theatre, Newark

A past winner of television’s Strictly Come Dancing is ready to bring a touch of Hollywood ballroom magic to Newark.

Pasha Kovalev — who partnered television presenter Caroline Flack to victory on the programme in 2014 — has put together a new show with his long-time dance partner, Anya Garnis.

The Magic Of Hollywood promises sequins, glitz and glamour as Kovalev, Garnis and a team of dancers, take to the stage.

Set to a Hollywood theme, the show is at the Palace Theatre on May 6.

Pasha arrived in the UK in 2011 as one of the professionals on Strictly.

His first celebrity partner was Chelsee Healey and they finished runners-up.

Pasha has also been partnered with Kimberley Walsh, Rachel Riley, Naga Munchetty, Carol Kirkwood and Chizzy Akudolu.

His previous touring shows have included Life Through Dance, It’s All About You and Let’s Dance The Night Away.

Kovalev, originally from Russia, started dancing when he was eight.

He moved to the US in 2001 and, with Garnis, has appeared on many seasons of the hit television dance show, So You Think You Can Dance.


A celebration of 40 years of an iconic music album is coming to the Palace Theatre on Friday, May 4.

Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac, a tribute to Fleetwood Mac — a British-American rock band who sold more than 100m records worldwide — are touring with a new show.

It highlights the music of Rumours, an album that received critical acclaim for its production quality and harmonies, as well as giving fans the chance to rediscover the band’s music that covered almost five decades.

The tribute band has been endorsed by Fleetwood Mac founding member, Mick Fleetwood.



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