|4th June 2024
Festival Theatre Edinburgh
13/29 Nicolson Street , Edinburgh South EH8 9FT
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Nadiya and Kai took you on a personal journey through the world of dance, from their childhood memories, competition days, dancing on Strictly and beyond. They gave a glimpse into their back story and hopefully you left knowing a little bit more about your favourite dancing couple!
Nadiya and Kai invite you back into their world and go behind the scenes to witness how the magic comes together in their brand new show Behind the Magic
From TV shows to commercial campaigns, photoshoots to live touring shows, they will be taking you behind the lens to see things from a different perspective.
Nadiya, Kai and their talented cast will highlight the influence of some of the 20th century’s greatest legends, creatives and artists alike, whose lasting impact is still felt today.
Fabulous outfits, wonderful music and of course, sensational dancing!
Access all areas into Nadiya and Kai’s world of dance and to see how the magic is created!
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