YET another sell-out show from the King and Queen of Dance in their latest superb tour.

In a change from previous tours, songs from musicals like Hairspray and Jersey Boys made up the core of the show.

The London Concert Orchestra, under conductor Richard Balcombe, got the show off to a superb start with a tremendous rendition of Putting on the Ritz.

Singer Lance Ellington, a familiar face from Strictly Come Dancing, then sang Lullaby Of Broadway and smashed it.

Erin wore a gorgeous gold and mustard ball gown and Anton looked dapper in his suit, immaculate as always, dancing a Viennese Waltz to Edelweiss from The Sound of Music.

The backing dancers were impressive, true professionals and highly polished.

The beauty of these shows is the audience interaction and Anton told many stories about his partners on Strictly and laughed about Pasha Kovalev leaving Strictly on a high, having racked up 93 tens when he hasn’t received a single ten in 16 series.

Strictly’s musical maestro Dave Arch, according to Anton, never smiles or speaks, but when he saw him take the stage with last year’s partner Suzanne Constantine, he said “good luck” - which somewhat worried Anton, the first to be voted off.

A new arrival to the line-up for the show was Laura Emmitt who joined Lance in singing. She has appeared in Cats and Wicked, and anyone who can sing Don’t Rain on my Parade from Funny Girl with the same power as Barbra Streisand is going places.

The stars of the show danced to a heart-wrenching I Dreamed A Dream from Les Miserables, there were medleys from Cabaret and Phantom of the Opera, and Rich Man’s Frug from Sweet Charity.

The show ended with numbers from Hairspray, with fluorescent yellow, pink, and orange costumes bringing the show to a colourful end.

All in all, it was a fab show and I cannot wait for next year – they just get better and better.

By Pam Parker.