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Strictly Come Dancing Exhibition at Berkeley Castle

Sunday 2 - Sunday 30 September 2018 (Closed Thurs-Sat & Mon 3 Sept)

Strictly Come Dancing costumes will be adding glamour and glitz to a special exhibition at Berkeley Castle this September.

Fourteen stunning dresses from the 2017 series of the hit BBC One series Strictly Come Dancing will be on display in the impressive Great Hall at Berkeley Castle.

The exhibition will include the Spanish-style dress worn by Ruth Langsford when she took a dramatic fall during the Paso Doble with Anton du Beke. Also on display is Alexandra Burke’s dreamy feather-trimmed ball gown, worn as she expertly floated across the dance floor during the Viennese Waltz with Gorka Marquez. Who can forget that Cinderella show dress worn by Katya Jones in the Grand Final with the Glitterball champion Joe McFadden, transforming her in the blink of an eye. 

Visitors will also discover fascinating details about each of the dresses on display, all of which are made in the UK with each bead and crystal painstakingly attached by hand.


The exhibition gives visitors a truly fun and informative chance to celebrate the new series of Strictly Come Dancing, which returns to our screens this autumn.

The beautiful collection of dresses will be launched during a spectacular opening gala on Friday 31st August complete with a red carpet, the ribbon will be cut by the wonderful former contestant Russell Grant.



For further information

  • Strictly Come Dancing Exhibition at Berkeley Castle

  • Where :Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Glos. GL13 9BQ
  • Date : Sunday 2 - Sunday 30 September 2018 (Closed Thurs-Sat & Mon 3 Sept)
  • Time : 10.30am - 5pm (last entry at 4pm)
  • Tickets/Admission : Normal entry applies.
  • Also see : Berkeley Castle
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