Oti Mabuse announces first ever solo UK tour: dates, tickets and prices for ‘I Am Here’ show
Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse has announced her first ever headline UK tour.
The dancer will take her new stage show I Am Here to venues across the country in 2022.
Fans can get their hands on tickets for Oti Mabue’s upcoming tour from Ticketmaster.
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The show will “celebrate her journey from her home of South Africa to professional dancer”.
Mabuse spent seven years as a professional dancer on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, before announcing her departure from the show earlier this month.
She won the series in two consecutive years in 2019 and 2020 – becoming the first professional to do so – with celebrity partners Kelvin Fletcher and Bill Bailey.
Since then she has joined ITV’s Dancing On Ice as a judge, where she recently performed an adapted routine from the upcoming stage show.
I Am Here is described as a “whirlwind celebration of her inspirations and influences” and includes jives, sambas and traditional South African dances.
Mabuse is also the choreographer for the upcoming UK tour of The Cher Show, a musical based on the pop and LGBT+ icon’s life and career.
Her solo headline tour will start in April and visit venues in Cardiff, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Sheffield, Birmingham and London until July.
How to get tickets
They’re now available to buy from Ticketmaster here.
Prices for the shows range between £43-£49, plus booking fees.
You can check out the full tour schedule below.
Oti Mabuse 2022 UK tour dates
- 28-30 April – Cardiff, New Theatre
- 2-3 May – Inverness, Eden Court Theatre
- 5 May – Perth, Concert Hall
- 6 May – Aberdeen, The Music Hall
- 7 May – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
- 8 May – Edinburgh, Festival Theatre
- 11 May – Llandudno, Venue Cymru
- 12-14 May – Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre
- 15 May – Newcastle, The Theatre Royal
- 17 May – Peterborough, New Theatre
- 18 May – Ipswich, Regent Theatre
- 20 May – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
- 21 May – Blackpool, Opera House
- 22 May – Southampton, Mayflower Theatre
- 26 May – Poole, The Concert Hall
- 27 May – Grimsby, Auditorium
- 28 May – Carlisle, The Sands Centre
- 29 May – 2 June – Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre
- 4 June – Dartford, The Orchard Theatre
- 5 June – Southend, The Cliffs Pavilion
- 8 June – Hull, New Theatre
- 9 June – Buxton, Opera House
- 10 June – Wycombe, Swan Theatre
- 11 June – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
- 15 June – Bromley, Churchill Theatre
- 18 June – Oxford, New Theatre
- 19 June – Plymouth, Theatre Royal
- 21 June – Northampton, Royal & Derngate
- 22-23 June – Salford, The Lowry
- 25 June – Sheffield, City Hall
- 1-2 July – Canterbury, The Marlowe Theatre
- 3 July – Birmingham, Hippodrome
- 6 July – Guildford, G Live
- 7 July – Bath, Forum
- 10 July – London, Coliseum
- Date TBA – Norwich, Theatre Royal
- Date TBA – Leeds, Grand Theatre & Opera House