Give dance a chance at the Spa!
IT'S passionate stuff – and bound to set pulses racing.Dance has been taking theatres by storm since the success of Riverdance, and a new production heading for Suffolk has enough Latin temperament to fire up the imagination – including sensual tango and provocative flamenco routines.
IT'S passionate stuff – and bound to set pulses racing.
Dance has been taking theatres by storm since the success of Riverdance, and a new production heading for Suffolk has enough Latin temperament to fire up the imagination – including sensual tango and provocative flamenco routines.
There is also a chance to see the Russian Ukraine Experience – an exciting interpretation of traditional Cossack dancing featuring Russian stars performing for the first time in British Theatres.
Dance Passion is the name of the show, which is being staged at Felixstowe's 913-seater Spa Pavilion tomorrow at 7.30pm .
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It promises to be a colourful and spectacular production, featuring a talented and energetic company of international dancers, including World Championship partners, with some superb choreography and great costumes.
As well as the Russian and Latin routines, there is a rich variety to the dance –from the elegance of the skaters' waltz to the swing jive of the Glenn Miller era, plus a tribute to the Hollywood Musical.
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Tickets for the show are selling well and it could be a sell-out.
Tickets are £16.50 and £12.50 (concessions available) and can be purchased from the box office on 01394 282126.