IF YOU'VE Anton & Erin’s dance shows, if you admire Brendan Cole’s dance extravaganzas, you’re going to love this show!

Kevin and Karen Clifton are both hugely experienced and multi-talented dancers, the 13-piece live London Concert Orchestra are superb musicians, add several world-class supporting dancers, a couple of guest vocalists, wonderful costumes, lighting and choreography, and you’ve got a fantastic show.

After an explosive introduction, Karen excels on a Gloria Estefan medley, while Kevin delights in a Michael Jackson tribute on Smooth Criminal.

Unusual and hooky is the dance treatment of Mika’s quirky Grace Kelly, but unfortunately the compelling pace of the show slows with the introduction on stage of several audience members.

The second half begins with a wonderful medley from West Side Story, Kevin and Karen paying tribute to their own dance heroes and heroines, the music rich and powerful.

Kevin Clifton is a charismatic and engaging entertainer, and the show’s climax is a moving and deeply personal tribute to his wife, their personal struggles, and their triumphs through their popular appearances on BBC TV’s Strictly Come Dancing.

The concluding numbers Paso Doble, Love Is In The Air, and the utterly moving Come What May, combining beautiful music and stunningly magnificent dance moves, brought the packed Pavilion audience to their feet in a well-deserved and emotional standing ovation.

The charming Kevin and Karen seemed equally moved.

Touring nationally until July. Unmissable!

Brendan McCusker