PREVIEW: Tango Moderno @ Theatre Royal Newcastle
Posted on September 25th 2017 by Whats on Northeast
After dancing up a storm with their previous sell-out shows Midnight Tango, Dance Til Dawn and The Last Tango, Strictly Come Dancing stars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are back with another sizzling dance production, and they’re headed to Newcastle Theatre Royal between 26th and 30th September!
Tango is the rhythm of the city, the heart of the streets and the pulse of life – and Vincent and Flavia are set to bring it to life in a hot new stage spectacular! The champion dancers are making the classic dance vital again, teaming up to create a tango extravaganza fit for the 21st Century. Fusing together Ballroom, Latin and Argentine tango, the new production has been directed by Olivier Award-winning choreographer and director Karen Bruce.
Speaking of the new show, Flavia said: “As we were creating our last show, we developed a number of new routines with so much raw choreography. It was thrilling to still be discovering new numbers for Vincent and I to dance, but we just couldn’t accommodate them in the production.”
She continued: “We toured the country with the show and were overwhelmed by the support from our audiences and from people asking us to continue. Vincent and I spoke at the end of the tour and we decided that we wanted to continue; we love dancing together, we are having so much fun and a year after our last UK tour, we are more excited than ever to share this new work and show with our audiences.”
It’s a show that’s set to set your heart racing!
For more information, including ticketing, visit the Theatre Royal website.
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