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6 Reasons you should book tickets to see Diversity at the Philharmonic Hall

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6 Reasons you should book tickets to see Diversity at the Philharmonic Hall
Credit: Philharmonic Hall, Diversity

Diversity absolutely blew viewers away when they won the third series of Britain’s Got Talent back in 2009.

Diversity have gone on to become a global dance phenomenon, selling out tours and picking up accolades including a coveted BAFTA TV award for their Black Lives Matter-inspired routine performed on BGT.

Now after their sold-out Connected tour which wowed audiences up and down the country, they’re back with a dazzling new show – Supernova.

The tour comes to Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall for two nights, Tuesday and Wednesday November 7 & 8. If you’ve not already got tickets yet, here are 6 reasons you should book now …

It’s a chance to see Diversity’s smash hit show Supernova

This tour is huge, their biggest yet, taking in 40 towns and cities across the UK between now and April next year. The street dance troupe have reported unprecedented demand for tickets for Supernova and this is Liverpool fans’ chance to see it near the beginning of the 90-date run. Diversity are known for their epic stage production and special effects so it’s going to be spectacular.

Tickets start from just £30

It’s not every day you get to see one of your favourite artists from TV performing live – and definitely not for £30. The Phil isn’t huge so all seats have a decent view, although if you’re a really big fan and you want to treat yourself, there’s the option to upgrade to a VIP meet & greet.

Liverpool Philharmonic
Credit: Mark McNulty

It’s happening inside the iconic Liverpool Philharmonic Hall 

Some of the Supernova tour dates are in Arenas but Liverpool’s two are at the Phil which is a major bonus for fans because it’s not only far more intimate – the seating capacity is less than 1,800 – but it’s such a stunning Art Deco auditorium. Imagine seeing fabulous dance routines on the iconic stage where the RLPO usually performs … that’s not to be missed!

As part of the show, Diversity will be supporting the Trussell Trust

Diversity are going to be supporting anti-poverty charity the Trussell Trust, which provides emergency food and support to people facing poverty as a result of the cost of living crisis causing food and energy prices to soar. Fans going to see Supernova are being encouraged to bring along food donations to the shows. There will be collection points across the venue each night as well as collection buckets for any cash donations. All the donations collected will be distributed to people in crisis across the 1,300 food bank centres in the Trussell Trust network.

It’s a show for the whole family to enjoy

The routines, choreography and costumes are mesmerising for all ages and Diversity are known for their on-stage banter and interaction with audiences during shows so this is one for the whole family.

The show has been created by Ashley Banjo, so it’s guaranteed to wow!

Ashley Banjo was one of the original line-up that won BGT and, along with his brother Jordan and Perri Kiely, he’s still very much a part of the group even though he’s since done lots of solo TV and theatre work. He’s choreographed the Supernova show so it’s bound to be fantastic from start to finish.

Final tickets are available now to see Diversity at the Philharmonic Hall here.

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