The 19-date tour will commence on 1 June at the HMV Apollo Hammersmith and conclude at the Manchester Palace Theatre on 8 July.
The 10 dancers from Flawless will perform and combine their street dance skills with 10 ballerinas to show audiences “all that is great about dance.”
“Collaborations like this are vital for English National Ballet to keep the Company fresh and modern and for dancer development,” said Wayne Eagling, artistic director at the English National Ballet.
The new show will be created by Flawless’ artistic director and lead choreographer Marlon “Swoosh” Wallen and Jenna Lee, soloist and choreographer at English National Ballet.
Eagling continued: “It’s a fantastic opportunity for Jenna to showcase her skills which have been nurtured by the Company. I personally can’t wait to see the show unfold and to see a whole new audience introduced to the world of ballet.”
Flawless and the English National Ballet first performed together at the Peace One Day concert at the O2 in London in September 2011 having been introduced to each other at Buckingham Palace for the event Young people and the performing Arts earlier in May 2011, where they both performed as individual companies.
Video: Flawless and English National Ballet at Peace One Day concert
Flawless English National Ballet tour dates
HMV Apollo Hammersmith
1 – 2 June 2012
Nottingham Concert Hall
9 – 10 June
Oxford New Theatre
14 – 15 June 2012
Torquay Princess Theatre
16 – 17 June
Birmingham New Alexandra Theatre
21 – 22 June 2012
New Wimbledon Theatre
23 – 24 June 2012
New Victoria Theatre, Woking
28 – 29 June 2012
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
30 June – 1 July 2012
Manchester Palace Theatre
Friday 6 – 8 July
Flawless was one of the finalists on Britain’s Got Talent in 2009. After placing as runners up, Flawless went on to appear in StreetDance 3D and StreetDance 2 as The Surge and performed a national UK tour of Chase The Dream.
Prior to their success on television and on film, Flawless was champions at Street Dance XXL (then Street Dance Weekender) and later IDO World Champions scoring full marks from all the judges.