Current productions include Remembering The Movies, Rip it Up and Here Come The Boys.
Recent productions have included two productions of Remembering Fred (2017 and 2018),starring Strictly’s Aljaz & Janette, Rip It Up the 50’s (2017) starring Natalie Lowe, Jay McGuinness and Louis Smith. and the acapella sensation Gobsmacked! that sold out in London and Edinburgh
We have produced several other live touring experiences. Besides producing sell-out tours for our artists, we have also produced the highly successful ‘Viva La Diva’ show starring Darcey Bussell & Katherine Jenkins, ‘Here Come The Girls’ starring Lulu, Anastacia, Chaka Khan, Gloria Gaynor and Heather Small and the sold out debut tour of Britain’s Got Talent winners, Diversity, called ‘Diversitoys’.
Rip it Up the 60’s (2019)
Starring Strictly Come Dancing champions Harry Judd, Louis Smith MBE Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuinness. Having toured the UK in 2018, it has transferred to The Garrick Theatre in London’s West End.
Remembering The Movies (2019)
Starring Aljaz Skorjanec & Janette Manrara
Strictly’s very own Aljaz and Janette are back on tour with their brand new show in 2019 with Remembering the Movies. If you loved Remembering Fred then get ready for a remarkable, unique and star-studded rollercoaster ride through some of the most successful, Oscar winning and most memorable films of all time.
From the Golden Age of Hollywood through to the modern mega musical. Enjoy tributes to Audrey Hepburn, Saturday Night Fever, Gene Kelly, The Greatest Showman, Marilyn Monroe, La La Land, James Bond, Cabaret and many more….
Strap in, hold tight and allow yourself to fall in love all over again with the classic movie songs and dance routines, as Strictly Come Dancing’s favourite couple celebrate the history of the movies with dazzling choreography, imaginative sets, spectacular backdrops, huge multimedia LED screen and supported by an incredible cast of live singers and dancers it will guarantee to have you…remembering the movies.
Rip it Up the 60’s (2018)
Starred Strictly Come Dancing champions Harry Judd and Louis Smith MBE and people’s champion Aston Merrygold toured together as the ultimate boy band of dance in the jukebox theatre show ‘Rip It Up’.
Following the smash hit success of Rip It Up’s 1950s-themed debut tour in 2017, which sold over 50,000 tickets across the UK, the 2018 Rip It Up tour brought the fabulous soundtrack of the 1960s to life in an explosion of song and dance. Audiences nationwide will witnessed Harry, Aston and Louis dance their way through many of the era’s defining and most everlasting hits; from Mersey Beat, Motown and Mod to West Coast and Woodstock.
Backed by the exceptional Rip It Up live band and a stunning supporting cast of singers and dancers, the Strictly champions danced to songs from British legends such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, the Bee Gees, Small Faces and The Kinks, and American superstars such as The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, The Byrds, The Doors, The Mamas & The Papas and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
Mixed in with a bit of Dusty Springfield, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan and Phil Spector with soul classics from Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Otis Redding, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, and Motown legends Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and The Supremes, and Rip It Up celebrated some of the most iconic sounds, sights and events from that tumultuous ten-year period which transformed the 20th Century.
Here Come The Boys
There’s a reason they are the heavyweights of dance. Aljaz Škorjanec, Giovanni Pernice and Gorka Marquez are coming together for a show that everyone has been waiting for. Watch these rock stars of dance battle it out in Here Come The Boys. It is the first ever All Male headline line-up. There will be more energy than you’ve ever seen on stage touring around the UK for a 6 week tour in the summer of 2019
It will have a full supporting cast with some of the best female dancers in the UK
The soundtrack will feature floor fillers, party pleasers, club classics and loads of guilty pleasures, with a live DJ on stage.
Rip It Up the 50’s
Strictly Come Dancing’s Natalie Lowe starred alongside Strictly Come Dancing champions Louis Smith MBE and Jay McGuiness in a new theatre show called ‘Rip It Up’.
Rip It Up brought the fabulous soundtrack of the 1950’s to life in an explosion of song & dance that will saw Natalie, Jay and Louis swing, bop, jitterbug, lindy hop, jive and ballroom their way through the greatest songs from the greatest decade of music; from romantic ballads and crooner classics to many of the era’s defining pop and rock ’n’ roll hits. Rip It Up will also featured Radio 2’s Leo Green and his ‘50’s all-star band, along with a cast of dancers.
‘50’s classics featured in the show included Why Do Fools Fall In Love, La Bamba, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Mona Lisa, Oh Carol, Dream Lover, Reet Petite, Volare, Teenager In Love, Unchained Melody, Mambo Italiano, Heartbreak Hotel, Don’t Be Cruel, Hound Dog, Shout, Good Golly Miss Molly, Magic Moments, Unforgettable and many more.
“Remembering Fred” was a show that celebrates the very core of what made Fred Astaire a legend! It stars Strictly Come Dancing’s Aljaz and Janette, along with a cast of dancers, tappers, musicians and singers
It opens inside a radio studio, bringing to life a radio show like no other radio show. He takes us on a magical journey of stardust memories and golden radio days dedicated to the legacy of Fred Astaire, one of the Hollywood’s finest song and dance men.
We hear classics from the American Songbook, written by the George & Ira Gershwin, Irving Berling and Cole Porter, brought to dramatic life with our musicians, singers, together with a visual treat from dancers from TV’s Strictly Come Dancing. The will all pay tribute in song and dance to one of Hollywood’s Golden Greats.
Interspersed with the wonderful dances we will hear Fred Astaire fans such as Twiggy, Darcey Bussell, Don Black, Bruce Oldfield (more to be added here) and other celebrities who’s lives have been touched by the Hollywood legend. They talk about Fred’s impact on Hollywood’s Golden Age, and together with the cast of this visual spectacular, treat us to a magical evening of top hat, white tie and wonderful tales.
This is next-generation a cappella show. featuring world-class voices, jaw-dropping beatboxing and heart-stopping harmonies, this all-singing, all-amazing theatrical experience pushes the limits of the human voice. A multi-talented cast of singers and beatboxers weaves a story told through all forms of a cappella, from traditional street-corner harmonies to cutting-edge multi-track live looping. Guaranteed to leave the audience with songs in their hearts and smiles on their faces, this is a show not to be missed.
Gobsmacked! is a “STOMP for voices” show for the whole family that takes the audience on a journey through music.
Steps: The Ultimate Tour
In 2012 Steps embarked on their comeback tour ‘Steps: The Ultimate Tour’. The tour was to celebrate the success of the number 1 album ‘Steps: The Ultimate Collection’. The tour saw the group play to almost 180,000 fans in arenas all over the country with 2 sell-out shows at London’s O2 Arena.
The concert was a perfect mix of entertainment and nostalgia for the fans as Steps performed some of their best selling hits including ‘Stomp’, ’5,6,7,8′ and ‘Deeper Shade of Blue’
The tour, which had multiple themes throughout, was choreographed and directed by our very own Gareth Walker.
Here Come The Girls
In 2009 Here Comes the Girls centered on three superstar voices – Lulu, Anastacia and Chaka Khan. This was then repeated with Lulu, Anastacia Gloria Gaynor and Heather Small in 2010, each with their own unique sense of style, humor and musical heritage. Celebrating all that it means to be a woman, the show mixed great music, laughter, glamour, joy with bit of mischief for good measure! Everyone sang and danced along to songs that are the soundtrack of our lives.
Both tours covered the UK and were huge sell-outs. By the end of 2010, the show was seen by over 70,000 people.
The music extravaganza mixed high-octane, high camp, get-up-and-dance, feet-just-can’t-keep-still songs, against a backdrop of breath-taking glamour and fun, fun, fun! It was night out never to be forgotten – the must-see show signaled the beginning of the party season and the dawn of Woman Power!!
Viva La Diva
Prima ballerina Darcey Bussell (OBE)(CBE) and international opera superstar, Katherine Jenkins teamed up for their show stopping all singing, all dancing musical extravaganza ‘Viva La Diva’. This eclectic display of gift and flair thrilled both critics and fans alike and had two sell out UK tours. Showcasing the duos well known abilities alongside hidden talents never before revealed to the public, the audience was treated to an unforgettable show that pays tribute to the great stage and screen Diva’s from the golden age of glamour. The show was directed by Kim Gavin.
Captured at the London 02 Arena as part of their sold out and extended Arena Tour, ‘Viva La Diva’ the DVD was released in November 2008 and went straight to the top of the DVD charts.
It was the first time ballet had been performed at the now world famous O2 Arena.
Diversity & Diversitoys
The TCB Group managed the 2009 ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ winners for the first two years after winning the competition. In this time we oversaw and organised performances at Wembley Stadium, them becoming the first ever act to perform on Downing Street, the first street dance act to appear on ‘Top Of The Pops’, claim their prize by appearing on The Royal Variety Performance in front of H.M The Queen, and appear on ‘Children In Need’, ‘Pride of Britain Awards’ and ‘The Mobo Awards’.
We helped create and produce two sell-out tours selling over 100,000 tickets
We introduced and managed partnerships and campaigns with several major brands including Adidas, Reebok, New Era, Boots, Danone, and Mazuma Mobile as well as with companies such as Unilever and Robinsons.
TCB Group was also instrumental on securing, arranging and negotiating a 4-year deal for Ashley Banjo to appear as a panelist on the Sky 1 hit talent show ‘Got To Dance’.