Win a pair of tickets for the West End show Rip it Up staring Louis Smith, Harry Judd, Jay McGuiness and Aston Merrygold

Harry Judd, JLS’s Aston Merrygold, Come Dancing Christmas win), Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and The

Harry Judd, JLS’s Aston Merrygold, Come Dancing Christmas win), Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and The Wanted’s Jay McGuinnes bring their spectacular Rip It Up show to London’s West End. - Credit: Archant

Rip it Up, the show that celebrates the sixties with song, dance and acrobatics and stars Louis Smith, Harry Judd, Aston Merrygold and Jay McGuiness, reaches the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End next month and we have one pair of tickets for a reader to win.

The four are all former Strictly Come Dancing superstars. Olympic gymnast silver medalist, Louis, won Strictly in 2012; drummer Harry Judd from McFly won Strictly in 2011. Jay McGuiness, who was part of The Wanted, won the series in 2015 and Aston Merrygold, who topped the charts with boy band, JLS, wasn’t a Strictly finalist but was in the Christmas special.

In 2016, Louis enjoyed a seven-week stint on a touring show, Keep Dancing. Last year, he toured the UK in Rip It Up The fifties co-starring with Jay McGuiness and professional dancer Natalie Lowe. ‘

For this sixties version of Rip It Up, Louis is joined by Harry Judd who won Strictly in 2011 and his childhood friend, Aston Merrygold, (they are both from Peterborough).

For a chance to win a pair of tickets, tell us the year that Louis Smith won Strictly. Email your answer, with Rip it Up in the subject line to: along with your name, address and telephone number. Or send your answer on a sealed envelope or postcard to: Rip It Up, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB. Answers must reach us by Friday, February 1.

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Rip it Up The 60s is at The Garrick Theatre from February 7 to June 2. Box office: 0330 333 4811 or

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