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Strictly Speaking week 4

It’s almost worth having bonkers Strictly theme shows just to make us really appreciate the relative sanity of a non-theme show. Well, almost. We’re into “I keep whacking myself with a hammer because it feels so good when I stop” territory, and there was still some bludgeoning to endure this weekend. For one, ludicrous music choices […]

Dance Power for the British Red Cross

Dance Power, a gala starring dancers from Strictly Come Dancing to The Royal Ballet, will raise funds for the British Red Cross. Held at London’s Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on October 11, it will be hosted by Strictly’s Anton du Beke, who will perform with his dance partner Erin Boag.

Dance Power for the British Red Cross

Strictly dancer Anton Du Beke will be among the stars taking to the stage for one night only to raise funds for the British Red Cross.

April 2015 issue

  Our April issue is here! We catch up with past Come Dancing rivals, find out how you can dance your way to a healthy weight and hear from cover star Natalie Lowe about training for, and winning, the first ever People’s Strictly with Cassidy Little…              

Dance for Comic Relief

Strictly Come Dancing champion Caroline Flack and presenter Davina McCall are the latest celebrities to have to join the line-up for the Comic Relief Danceathon, a six hour non-stop dance frenzy, held on March 8 at the SSE Arena, Wembley to raise money for Red Nose Day 2015.

The Lowe-Down

In the December issue of Dance Today, Natalie Lowe looked back at Strictly Come Dancing 2014 Well, so much has happened since last month! The Strictly bus made its way to the beautiful Blackpool Tower Ballroom, where we filmed what was for me, personally, one of THE best shows I’ve seen in years. The atmosphere was electric, the […]

The Lowe-Down

In the November issue of Dance Today, Strictly Come Dancing pro Natalie Lowe discussed her plans following Tim Wonnacott’s elimination  Well, there you have it: my very lovely Tim Wonnacott has been eliminated from the competition. After performing an entertaining paso he has left with his head held high. He also lasted longer than any other senior gentleman of any Strictly […]

Strictly Children in Need special UPDATE

For BBC Children in Need, young ballroom champions will take to the Strictly dancefloor, while original host Bruce Forsyth returns for this special episode.

The Lowe-Down

In the October issue of Dance Today, Strictly Come Dancing pro Natalie Lowe shares her health, beauty and fitness tips, as well as all-important titbits from the rehearsal studios Well, rehearsals have kicked off and choreography is in full force. I’m currently sitting in my hotel room writing this month’s “Lowe-Down” after my first day […]

The Lowe-Down

In her first column for Dance Today, which featured in the September issue of the magazine, Strictly Come Dancing pro and FitSteps co-founder Natalie Lowe shares her health, beauty and fitness tips – and, of course, all the latest from behind the scenes on Strictly  A very warm and welcome hello from me. I’m writing my […]

November 2014 issue!

  Our November 2014 issue is now on sale! This month, we have interviews with Strictly Come Dancing’s Robin Windsor, four-time British Amateur champions Mark and Olga Elsbury and historian Lucy Worsley, who presents the BBC Four series Dancing Cheek to Cheek. We have features on stage magic, dancefloors, earthing for dancers and more, plus […]

Strictly speaking

Week 4 Last week on Strictly we drank deep from the well of insanity that was a histrionic theme show combined with the terrorising presence of He Who Must Not Be Named, Baby! This week, it was the inevitable comedown. The debilitating hangover. The throbbing migraine. The constant threat of impending nausea.

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