The Next Step Wild Rhythm Tour on its way to Birmingham Town Hall - The Solihull Observer

The Next Step Wild Rhythm Tour on its way to Birmingham Town Hall

Solihull Editorial 18th Mar, 2016 Updated: 21st Oct, 2016   0

STARS of CBBC show The Next Step are preparing to show the world everything they’re made of.

Fresh from their recent win at Internationals, Trevor Tordjman (James), Taveeta Szymanowicz (Thalia), Jordan Clark (Giselle), Isaac Lupien (Eldon), Briar Nolet (Richelle), Myles Erlick (Noah) and Victoria Baldesarra (Michelle) will be taking to the stage in Birmingham as part of their Wild Rhythm Tour.

Featuring never-before-seen routines, original choreography and music from the hit series, dancers will perform a number of different styles including acro, hip hop, ballet, jazz, and contemporary.

With everything from mesmorising duets and solo performances to explosive routines involving the whole squad on offer, the interactive and high-tempo show is designed to entertain young and old alike.

Having already completed two tours of Canada, the dancers are finally making their first trip across the pond where they will be joined by newcomer Isaiah Peck, who is set to star as Henry in season four of the popular teen drama.

The new series will be hitting TV screens later this year with A-Troupe and The Next Step studio facing a number of challenges and changes.

But before then, cast members are taking the chance to break out from the studio for what they hope will be some of their best performances yet.

“The international growth of the series and worldwide admiration for the cast of The Next Step made the decision to expand the national stage show to global audiences a clear choice,” said John Young, managing director of Temple Street Productions.

The Next Step Wild Rhythm Tour comes to Birmingham Town Hall on April 9.

The show is sold out.


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