The Sugar Dandies Tea Party Set for Exeter Northcott Theatre, March 8
The award-winning Sugar Dandies serve up their special brew of performance, social dancing and party games in this modern and fun twist on an old-fashioned afternoon tea dance at the Exeter Northcott Theatre on March 8, 2014.
Semi-finalists in Britain's Got Talent, the couple are known for their flamboyant twist on traditional ballroom dancing and they're looking forward to bringing their show to the Exeter Northcott Theatre.
"We are very excited to bring 'The Sugar Dandies' Tea Party' to Exeter." said Bradley, one half of Sugar Dandies. "It is an entertaining afternoon for everyone from 8 to 80, and good old-fashioned fun with a lot of sparkle and great costumes!"
The Sugar Dandies have been dancing together for over thirteen years and are the current British champions and World runners-up in show dance. They are also three time UK same-sex show dance champions and have been medalists at every major British, European, North American and World same-sex show dance championships.
The Sugar Dandies invite everyone to bring their dancing shoes and they will lead dancers and non-dancers to trip the light fantastic on the Exeter Northcott Theatre stage.
"You don't need to know how to dance; our tea party is for everyone. Although we are both accomplished dancers, our philosophy has always been that dance should be easy and fun. You also don't need a partner, but if you have one bring them along."
Tickets include tea and cake: £18 (tables on stage) £14 (main auditorium). Groups 10+ get 11th ticket FREE.
The Sugar Dandies are Bradley and Soren Stauffer-Kruse. They are the poster boys of same-sex dancing, they are founding members of the UK Same-Sex Dance Council, presenters of the Blackpool Same-Sex Dance Festival in the world famous Blackpool Winter Gardens and co-founders of the UK Fun Competition an annual beginners competition to encourage the next generation of UK same-sex competitors.
They have danced together for over thirteen years, becoming one of the UK's most celebrated dance couples.
For more information on the Sugar Dandies, visit www.sugardandies.com.