Slickly Ballroom

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This Strictly Come Dancing Tribute Act – Slickly Ballroom – Shall we dance is a brand new all singing all dancing sensation and is becoming a sought after show. With its high energy dancing and strong vocals it make this a show to be seen again and again. This Strictly Come Dancing Tribute Show  can be utilised to fit into any size of venue from two vocalists with two dancers to 6 or 8 dancers with a big band – the choice is yours.

WOW factor

As we said this is a  high voltage show and it prides itself on all the choreography from well executed high energy dances, complimented perfectly by the ‘Slickly orchestra’ to create the ultimate WOW factor for any special party or event and of course the vocalists. We all know from Strictly Come Dancing itself this has become a popular thing to watch and now you can be there. With the costumes and magic that is a true show, but with a twist we are leaving behind it’s dull and dated image of polite post war courtship in a dowdy ballroom and taken on a new identity. Full of glitz, glamour, passion, romance and seduction.

Glitzy costumes always live band available optional

This is the number one ballroom dance event for all occasions. Every dance takes the audience on a journey full of emotion , whether it’s the passionate seduction of the Argentinean Tango, or the tender moments encapsulated in the Foxtrot for all us hopeless romantics, maybe it’s the excitement and high energy from the quickstep with the feet skipping along or the fun loving iconic Charleston with the flapping hands and flicks and kicks. Its all about the colour, the emotion the celebration that make this a great production to have at your event.

What others say

Michael Hislop

“Slickly Ballroom put on a great show last night. A great band, powerful vocals, and a wonderful team of young and enthusiastic dancers made a perfect combination, and ensured the event was really memorable, especially when they welcomed the audience onto the dance floor at the end.”

Michael HislopMD of The PA Club