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Dance ‘Til Dawn at The Grand Theatre Leeds

Fresh from wowing audiences in London’s glittery West End, TV’s Strictly Come Dancing favourites Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace come to Leeds later this month.   Dance ‘Til Dawn, a sensational show straight from the Golden Age of Hollywood hits The Grand Theatre’s stage from Monday 30th March to Saturday 4th April.

Former World Champions, Vincent and Flavia have been dancing together for twenty years and stole the hearts of the British public with their breath-taking Argentine Tango on TV’s Strictly Come Dancing. Since the dazzling duo launched Midnight Tango in 2010, they have thrilled over half a million people across the UK both on tour and in London’s West End.

Dance ‘Til Dawn is directed by Olivier Award winning choreographer and director Karen Bruce who directed Vincent and Flavia’s Olivier Award nominated show, Midnight Tango.

Fusing musical theatre, dance, romance and comedy into a smash hit spectacle,  Dance ‘Til Dawn promises to transport the audience to the seductive age of Los Angeles in the 1940s with an unforgettable evening of timeless sophistication, world class dance, stunning sets, glamorous costumes and a full live band performing iconic numbers such as Feeling Good, Moon River and Stand By Me.

In the midst of a Hollywood film shoot leading man Bobby Burns is murdered and a romance develops between beautiful starlet Sadie Strauss (Flavia Cacace) and her handsome lover Tony DeLuca (Vincent Simone). As a plot to frame Tony DeLuca unfolds, the duo use their flawless footwork and spellbinding choreography to Tango and Quickstep their way out of trouble and into each other’s arms.

Dance ‘Til Dawn is at Leeds Grand Theatre from Monday 30th March to Saturday 4th April. Tickets are on sale now priced from £19.50 to £34. Book online at leedsgrandtheatre.com or call Box Office on 0844 848 2700.

Samuel Payne
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Reviewer of Theatre in the North, including releases of classic film and television.

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