Up close and personal with Brendan

PUBLISHED: 14:30 18 January 2011

Brendan Cole

Brendan Cole

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WITH the new year advent of Strictly live shows, the dark horse Brendan Cole show Live and Unjudged is also selling tickets by the bucketload.

This is no sit back and relax production.

The show is full on high energy and dance and promises to be brilliantly lit and glamorously costumed, with a scorching 
14-piece band and Brendan’s surprisingly good singing thrown into the mix.

Live and Unjudged will be staged at The Bristol Hippodrome on Thursday and is a dance show with a difference.

Love him or hate him, meet the real Brendan Cole up close and personal.

You will undoubtedly enjoy the dance spectacle but do not be surprised if you become a quiet Brendan Cole fan.

If you are already an avid fan then you are in for a feast of music, dance and audience interaction.

Joining Brendan will be four former Strictly Come Dancing professionals, Nicole Cutler, Izabela Hannah, Andrew Cuerden, Hanna Haraala, and his brother Scott Cole.

Scott is himself a dance pro who is not afraid of offering some intimate insights into the real Brendan!

The audience gets to see every style of ballroom and Latin dance from Brendan and his hand-picked championship dancers, performed to music and songs of some of the greatest legends and contemporary artistes like Robert Palmer, Michael Jackson, Prince, Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Natalie Cole, Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston, Michael Buble, Kenny Rogers, Stevie Wonder, Robbie Williams all delivered by an amazing band.

Tickets, priced £28.25-34.25, are available via www.bristolhippodrome.org.uk


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