News

Robin is headed to the West End

Robin is headed back to the West End, in the upcoming ‘Here Comes The Boys’ show which starts off 2021 with a bang. For 16 weeks from the 27th of January.

Featuring five incredible dance superstars in this brand new dazzling production. Robin, Aljaž, Pasha, Graziano and Karim want to see you at The Garrick Theatre!

To book tickets head over to the ‘Here Come The Boys’ website here : https://herecometheboysshow.com

Robin is Aladdin This Panto Season

PANTO NEWS:

We are delighted to announce that Strictly Come Dancing’s Robin Windsor will be waltzing on to the stage in the title role of Aladdin this Christmas!

Catch this show when Aladdin flies in to St Helens Theatre Royal from Sat 7 Dec – Sun 12 Jan.

Hop on a magic carpet this Christmas and fly off to Old Peking for a genie-ous adventure.

There’s nothing wishee washee about Regal Entertainments’ spectacular panto Aladdin which comes to the Theatre Royal stage this festive season.

Join our hero Aladdin as he battles the evil Abanazer and his dastardly plan to rule the world with the help of one very special lamp.

Can Aladdin save the day and win the heart of the fair Princess Jasmine?

With larger-than-life washerwoman mum Widow Twankey, hapless Wishee Washee, the Genie of the Lamp, Slave of the Ring and a beautiful princess, this is a show full of eastern promise.

Book here for tickets : Theatre Royal St Helens Box Office

Robin Debates Same Sex Dancing in the Media

Robin has been debating Same Sex Dancing in the Media with dramatic results and opinions!

Strictly Come Dancing has said it would be open to Same Sex Dancing on the show as early as next year, they’ve already had some group choreography  featuring Same Sex Dancing.

Robin was on BBC Radio 5 Live Sunday 1st September 2019 in what turned out to be a dramatic set of opinions by the other guest a DUP MP this heated debate has sparked a lot of interest.

Listen Here to Robin on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

Tune in and listen below, let Robin know your opinions on Same Sex Dancing on Strictly and Same Sex Dancing in general on his Twitter or Instagram & his Facebook.

Robin As Genie Of The Lamp This Panto Season

Join professional dancer and Strictly favourite Robin Windsor as the magical Genie of the Lamp in this year’s production of, Aladdin, from the 10th of December 2018 – 6 January 2019 

In a show packed full of Eastern promise, join us on the streets of Old Peking where you’ll meet the mischievous Aladdin, his dopey brother Wishee Washee and his poor but honest mother Dame Widow Twankey.

Prepare to go on a magic carpet ride to adventure, discover a mystical genie who lives in an enchanted lamp and who can grant the holder their every wish, but beware the evil magician Abanazer who is intent on world domination.

Aladdin features all of the ingredients of the perfect pantomime; laugh-out-loud comedy, stunning scenery and special effects, gorgeous costumes and plenty of boos and hisses for all the family to enjoy.

The title role is ably filled by the dashingly handsome Michael Auger from popular singing group Collabro who went on to win the 8th series of Britain’s Got Talent.Simon Howe returns to the Palace as tap dancing Dame Widow Twankey while the gorgeous Lousie Cannon takes on the role of love interest Princess Jasmine

 “I am unbelievably excited to be playing Genie in Aladdin”  – Robin

 

Book your Tickets here Redditch Palace Theatre Box Office

Robin Supports Autism’s Got Talent 2018

Robin among other avid supporters included Kacey Ainsworth Patron of the charity and Danielle Lloyd the charity ambassador who were welcomed on the red carpet and then presented the acts with a synopsis of their journey. Danielle and Kacey both attended the Autism Hero Awards last year, Robin was Anna’s dance partner when she was selected out of 2000 people to be in BBC The People’s Strictly in 2015 and shared her story to 11 million viewers.

‘Autism’s Got Talent’. Created by Anna Kennedy Online an Autism awareness charity, prevailed its success in its seventh year of showcasing performances by adults and children with autism. Supported by Pineapple Performing Arts, this sensational presentation of real talent has grown in popularity each year and 2018 firmly cemented Anna Kennedy Online as the leading charity bringing positive impact to inclusion and raising autism awareness uniquely that has rocked the whole world every year.

 With more than 500,000 people diagnosed with autism in the UK it is easy to simply label individuals and communities and is often-misunderstood by incorrect perceptions created in the media.

The performers this year consisted of singers, actors, musicians dance troupes and a magician whom all revealed their extraordinary talent to a theatre of 650 people. The stars of the evening were..

• Charlotte Fieldson and Calvin Glen – singing an incredible duet  ‘All I ask of you ‘
• Lewis Turner and Sam Geldard – Sam sang and played the ukulele and Lewis played the African Drum
• Lakhile Dlamini – a 10-year-old musician who displayed his skills and played a medley on the keyboard .
• Lauren Hooper and Richard Sanderson – singing an original song ‘ Invisible.’
• Matthew Shelton – singing ‘Cry me a River’
• Theodor Matthews – recited his own poem.
• Jack Mitchell – age 21 who treated the audience to a rendition of his own song, Where The Poppies Fall, which he wrote in memory of those who died at the Battle of the Somme in 1916 and also playing the acoustic guitar to pay homage to those who fought and died in WWI.
• Mel Golding – sang her own son as a tribute to her late Father.
• Josh Beasley – magician showcasing his tricks to Robin Windsor.
• Martin Finn – who was on BBC Autistic Superstars, Martin is non-verbal but sang and left the audience in tears and showed him being ‘One in a million’ because of the margin between his ability and disability.
• Kieron Lee – powerful singer who captivated the audience with his mesmerising voice singing ‘Never Enough’
• Rachel Barcellona – who flew over from the US and sang opera which left the audience captivated.
• Generation 2 – Street dance group who are from Hillingdon Manor School.
• Pineapple Performing Arts Scholarship Winners Aston, Charlotte, Jack, Callum, Dylan, Sophia, Ethan and Macauley who were outstanding on stage with their collaborative styles and so unique.
• Thomas Puttock – sand a song from Princess and the Frog.

 Robin Windsor & Anna KennedyIMG_7516

 IMG_7517

Fitness Through Dance

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

I’m so excited to share this news with everybody — in the spirit of health and wellness not only for body, but also for mind, I’ve created a custom retreat to help fight burnout through dance! Who wants to come with me?

In partnership with the amazing Club Coastal taking place at the all-inclusive Body Holiday in St. Lucia, I’m spending a full week mentoring only 30 lucky individuals (limited space) on dance as a form of mindfulness that can combat stress and burnout.

Burnout and stress are important to face head-on these days so please respond with a “YES!”  and head over to Club Coastal Bookings if you want to be amongst the first to come with me.

Together we can do anything we set our minds to and let’s focus on dance in St. Lucia together this summer!