Johannes Radebe brings his new show to the HippodromePosted on: 08 Jun 2023
TV dance sensation and international champion Johannes Radebe is bringing his brand-new production, Johannes Radebe: HOUSE OF JOJO, to Bristol next year.
Following the tremendous success of his previous sell-out tours in the UK and Ireland, Johannes is excited to present this theatrical celebration filled with mesmerizing music, stunning costumes, and world-class dance.
Johannes himself expressed his excitement, saying, "Give the people what they want and need. Swirl, sip, and knock it back. It's palatable, rich in taste and flavor. Served by yours truly... you're all invited down glamour street. Kindly RSVP to LOVE. Leave all your expectations at the door and welcome to the HOUSE OF JOJO!"
Born in Zamdela Sasolburg, South Africa, Johannes Radebe discovered his passion for dance at the age of seven. Fascinated by the discipline and glamour of Ballroom and Latin styles, he dedicated himself to mastering various dance forms, including African Contemporary and Jazz. Through his hard work and talent, Johannes achieved great success in local and national dance competitions, eventually earning invitations to compete internationally.
Later joining the debut season of the hit show "Dancing With The Stars" in South Africa, he showcased his exceptional talent on a global stage. Later, he became a beloved member of the Strictly Come Dancing family, captivating audiences with his mesmerizing performances. He made history on the show by dancing the first same-sex routine with fellow Strictly star Graziano Di Prima, and together, they received widespread acclaim and support.
Now, he’s bringing all of that glamour, love and talent to the Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol’s answer to the West End, after two sell-out UK & Ireland tours – this is a show-stopper you don’t want to miss.
Tickets go on sale for Johannes Radebe: House of Jojo tomorrow, Friday 9th June, at 12:00. Get ready to snap up yours here.
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