Here are all the dates and venues for Strictly Oti Mabuse's first UK tour

Strictly Come Dancing and the Greatest Dancer reigning champion Oti Mabuse is going on tour for the first time next year.

Oti said: “It’s like a dream come true to be announcing my first ever tour.

“Performing on stage is something I feel so passionately about, and I can’t wait to get out on the road and share my story with you all.”

Oti won the last series of Strictly with former Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher.Her elder sister Motsi Mabuse is also a professional ballroom dancer and has participated in the German series Let’s Dance both as a professional dancer and as a judge. She joined the Strictly panel last year.

I am here, a direct translation of Oti’s name in the language Setswana spoken in South Africa, is a whirlwind celebration of the influences and inspirations that took her on a journey from growing up in South Africa to following her dream.

From jives and pumping sambas to South African traditional dances, this is an explosive night of dance and music that will set your heart racing.Oti will also be joined by some of the world’s greatest dancers and the West End’s finest singers and musicians, for what is promised to be a night of electrifying choreography and like nothing you’ve ever experienced before.

Full list of Oti Mabuse’s 2021 tour dates:April 16 – Peterborough New TheatreApril 17 – Peterborough New TheatreApril 18 – Edinburgh Festival TheatreApril 19 – Perth Concert HallApril 22 – Norwich Theatre RoyalApril 23 – Stoke-On-Trent The Regent TheatreApril 24 – Sheffield City HallApril 25 – Southend-on-Sea The Cliffs PavilionApril 27 – Cheltenham Everyman TheatreApril 28 – Cheltenham Everyman TheatreApril 29 – Salford The LowryApril 30 – Guildford G-LiveMay 1 – Oxford New TheatreMay 2 – Birmingham HippodromeMay 4 – Belfast The Grand Opera HouseMay 5 – Belfast The Grand Opera HouseMay 7 – Blackpool Opera HouseMay 8 – Northampton Royal & DerngateMay 9 – Southampton Mayflower TheatreMay 12 – Canterbury The Marlowe TheatreMay 13 – Canterbury The Marlowe TheatreMay 14 – Leicester De Montfort HallMay 15 – Buxton Opera HouseMay 16 – Newcastle-upon-Tyne The Theatre RoyalMay 20 – Inverness Eden Court TheatreMay 21 – Aberdeen The Music HallMay 22 – Glasgow The SEC ArmadilloMay 23 – Grimsby Grimsby AuditoriumMay 27 – Dartford The Orchard TheatreMay 28 – Poole Lighthouse TheatreMay 29 – Llandudno Venue CymruMay 30 – Plymouth Theatre RoyalJune 3 – Hull New TheatreJune 4 – Wolverhampton Grand TheatreJune 5 – Carlisle The Sands CentreJune 6 – Cardiff Wales Millennium CentreJune 8 – High Wycombe Swan TheatreJune 9 – Bath The ForumJune 10 – Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera HouseJune 11 – Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera HouseJune 12 – Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera House

Tickets on sale now from individual venues and website.

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