Tango, the dance, legendarily, born in the brothels of Buenos Aires, is the hottest, most sensual way to get around a stage and you can see some of the best dancers in the business burning up the boards at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on Saturday, October 3.
Tango Fire is a sell-out hit and worldwide phenomenon featuring 10 sensational dancers accompanied by Quatrotango, a quartet of brilliant musicians and a singer.
Period duets evoke the glitter and danger of the barrios where the dance was born, and the heady nostalgia of the early dance halls where it was popularised, while the group’s modern choreography is edged with the sharpness and style of contemporary Argentina.
As one of the most popular dance forms world-wide, this show combines the rawness and sophistication, sexy yet sensual side of tango, in a true dance spectacular.
Just as Strictly Come Dancing puts ballroom on everyone’s minds, book now.
“Each duet a mini drama, sexual electricity at the twitch of a hip”
“The men are strong and smouldering, the women all curves and long legs – fizzing energy – a highly entertaining night out.”
“Sexy and breathlessly daring”
The Sydney Morning Herald
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