See Strictly’s Kristina and Tristan at Bishop’s Stortford and Braintree

PUBLISHED: 15:44 11 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:44 11 October 2017

Kristina Rhianoff and Tristan MacManus

Kristina Rhianoff and Tristan MacManus


There are two chances to see Strictly dancers, Kristina Rhianoff and Tristan MacManus. They are at The Rhodes Theatre, Bishop’s Stortford on October 19 and Braintree Arts Centre on October 20, in An Evening with Kristina and Tristan.

They will present ballroom and Latin routines icluding the paso doble, the waltz, the samba, charleston and the Argentine tango.

Kristina was on the BBC hit show for eight years partnering Jason Donovan, Daniel O’Donnell, John Sergeant who famously dragged her across the floor and Ben Cohen who also became her life’s partner. They have a daughter, Mila, born in June last year.

Tristan was in two series, dancing with the singer Jamelia and Mrs Brown’s Boys star Jennifer Gibney. In the American series, he partnered Pamela Anderson and Gladys Knight.

Both shows 7.30pm. Tickets, £24, £26 and £40 for Braintree 01376 556354 or and £25/£24 for Bishop’s Stortford 01279 710200 or


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