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WHAT THE PRESS SAY ABOUT US...


SUGAR DANDIES' TEA PARTY

"Very much of today... truly something out of the ordinary." Rye and Battle Observer


BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT - SERIES 6 (2012)

"Best bits tonight... two gay men ballroom dance (you laugh, then you cry, a gay equality breakthrough)" The Times

"An adorable gay couple who literally raised each other up in a genuinely moving dance routine" The Sun

"It was brilliant to see two gay dudes ballroom dancing on primetime Saturday-night TV" Heat Magazine

"A real-life couple... who look like they love ballroom nearly as much as each other " Sunday Mirror Magazine

"Wowed the judges with their same-sex ballrom dance" Bella Magazine

"The Sugar Dandies provide sweet entertainment" STV.tv

"Husband-and-husband duo who danced ballroom and wowed the crowd... in the end, the show was celebrating them –just as it should have, given the effort and uninhibited romantic sweep they'd put into their routine" Radio Times

"The duo are a gay couple who enjoy balldancing, and then demonstrate their skills. I look forward to the complaints to the Daily Mail stating how ITV allowed a gay couple on the screen before the watershed. They
slowdance to You Raise Me Up, and are very sweet together." Huffington Post

"The crowd went wild for this eccentric couple and their heartfelt dance, drawing a Yes vote from all four judges" Entertainment Focus


EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL (2009)

"Winning the award for campest show at the Fringe outright, the Sugar Dandies are a same-sex ballroom dancing couple, with a spring in their step and a story on their lips... This is a sweet, witty show" The Scotsman

"Undoubtedly talented performers, the Sugar Dandies bring a playfully camp approach to ballroom classics, while glamorously clad in a succession of skin-tight, sequinned ensembles" Three Weeks

"The gayest ballroom dancing Edinburgh has ever seen... we reckon they'll be a Fringe hit" Attitude Magazine

"Lightning hot dance moves... a powerful story of not being afraid to do what you love, compete against yourself and not against everyone else, and not being afraid to have a little fun. Highly recommended, good clean fun" The Edinburgh Guide

"This is camp - but not a show for sissies. Go see them. They are deliciously light on their loafers!" Broadway Baby

"An entertaining and enlightening fifty minutes of ballroom fun" ScotsGay