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The LATEST NEWS. Fresh from their sell-out hit shows Midnight Tango and Dance 'Til Dawn, Strictly superstars Vincent Simone & Flavia Cacace are creating their most moving production yet as they prepare to dance in their final ever show.

Twenty years of dancing together has seen them become Strictly Come Dancing favourites, World Dance title-holders, create and star in their own West End productions - but now it is finally time for the nation's best loved Argentine Tango Champions to say goodbye to the stage in a thrilling, new, live performance.

Don't miss your last chance to see this beautiful couple do what they do best live, in an intimate, passionate and explosive experience - it's time for The Last Tango.

Welcome to the wonderful world of Vincent & Flavia! From here you can, purchase tickets to the fabulous new stage show The Last Tango, download their dance tutorial App, Dance with Vincent & Flavia and of course keep up-to-date with all things Vincent and Flavia!

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Liverpool to Edinburgh and the madness in-between! 💃



Friday 15th April 2016
This blog has turned into a mishmash of three weeks, let me explain what happened. After the Easter break we started up again with a split week performing at the Liverpool Empire and the Edinburgh Playhouse.
So I decided I would write my blog on the four hour train trip Liverpool to Edinburgh. As it turned out my trip was not quite as straightforward as I thought. I hopped on the train in Liverpool and all was well, I had an hour to get to Wigan and so I started to write my blog.
I was very close to finishing the writing part, and I'd started to find the relevant photos etc on my iCloud, however both the phone signal and the wifi were terrible so before reaching Wigan I decided to save everything to my drafts as I usually do and continue once I was on the Edinburgh train in the hope that the connection would be better. This is where things turn slightly for the worse. I was looking forward to this part of the journey as it meant I could finish my blog, read my book, eat and probably sleep. However as I got to the platform in Wigan I noticed quite a bit of commotion. Lots of people asking the train staff various questions and in return they looked back a little puzzled and slightly helpless, I knew things weren't good. The train to Edinburgh had been cancelled and I would have to get off at Carlisle wait for 1 hr at the station and then get the following train to Edinburgh. Luckily I had left Liverpool in plenty of time so I wasn't worried about being late, I was just frustrated that my journey turned out to be a bit more manic than I had hoped. To make matters a little worse, when I boarded the Carlisle train I thought I'd try carrying on with my blog only to find it was nowhere to be seen !! You can imagine at this point my frustration was growing. I searched high and low in every possible folder on my phone but to no avail. After quite some time of distress I eventually made the executive decision to let it go and leave it for another week. Even if I did try to start again with 4 shows in 3 days I would simply struggle with time. I decide to look at it as a positive, it meant I would have a bit more to write about this time round.

So now I can go back to the Easter break, I had most of the week off apart from the Friday and Saturday where Vincent and flavia I travelled to Dublin to do some PR and Perform on the Ray Darcy show for our week 7th till 11th June at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. We don't often get the chance to perform in Ireland and Dublin is our only venue there on this tour so we hope to see lots of you there.

Because the week off was not a full week off, Jimi and I together with Pablo decided to make the most of our time and go away on a 2 day trip 'doggie friendly' of course. On the Tuesday we drove to a very pleasant oldie worldly hotel called The Powder Mills located just outside of Battle in Hastings. The hotel was set in 3.5 acres of land with its own lake. Luckily the weather was on our side and it was a glorious day so on arrival after a quick bite to eat we decided to explore the lake and beautiful surrounding grounds. As soon as we reached the lake and let Pablo off leash it was like he knew he was on holiday, he flung himself into the lake and decided to swim after 4 ducks who at this point were making a real racket and swimming for their lives. Once he realised he was not a duck and would probably be better off onshore with us he made a swift U turn and climbed back to dry land. During the rest of our walk round the lake the ducks followed us every step of the way, we even tried stopping and going the other was and they still followed, they were obviously protecting their lake from unwanted intruders and slightly nutty dogs.

We were loving the longer days and the signs of Spring, the sun was still shining and we decided to stay out and venture on a 45 min walk into the town of Battle across some beautiful pastures. We eventually got to what is a very pretty historic town with its quaint shops and cafes. We contemplated stopping for a coffee and have a break but by this time the day was getting on so we decided to head back to the hotel so we could all have a well deserved rest before dinner at 8pm.

The next morning we had a half hour drive to Camber Sands and the Gallivant hotel, we'd stayed here in November last year when it was very wet and windy but enjoyed it so much we decided to come back. Our room wasn't ready till 2pm and as we were a little early we decided to continue driving past Camber to the very edge of the map on our sat nav. About half an hour later we arrived in Dugness. I was probably the strangest surroundings we have been in, a little like what I imagine the set of a futuristic film to look like. The vast pebbled coast line was stunning as it was so immense but randomly placed all over the huge area were random looking houses and huts, some ultra modern and well kept next to some that were derelict and deserted. It was a slightly surreal place to be and I can't imagine what it must be like to live there. Read the rest of the blog post

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“I started dancing thanks to my mother whose ambition, if she had been allowed, was to be a dancer. She took me at the age of five, together with my sister who is six years older, to a local dance school in Guildford, at the time called 'hurleys dance school'. Without her knowing it was a very good ballroom and Latin dance studio, many couples travelled from all over the world to have lessons there. I worked my way up through many many exams from the age of five till around fourteen which is when one of the teachers suggested I go into competitive dancing. Previously I had two dance partners with whom I danced for about a year each, and slowly acclimatised myself to the differences of competitive dance. It was at this point Vincent and I were introduced.”

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“All of my family are dancers - my parents are professional teachers in both Ballroom and Latin, and my sister is currently studying at University, although dances herself, teaching street dance, hip hop and aerobics in her spare time. I have taught dancing since the age of twelve, in Italy. From there, I moved to Guildford when I was seventeen and was teaching both here and in Italy for a few years. I greatly enjoy the teaching, and I hope this comes across in lessons. I have a real passion for dance, and I believe that hard work can go a long way. My favourite dance is a hard one to pick, but I like the moody dances best. The Rumba, Argentine Tango, and ballroom Tango are all up there amongst my favourites. Sometimes it depends on the day - the mood, the venue, and the music. A lot of dance is about feeling the music.”

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school of dance

School of Dance DVD



School of Dance transports Vincent and Flavia into your living room. With their guidance you can learn the steps to your favourite dances at your own pace. Whether you’re a fully-fledged starlet or just finding your feet, School of Dance will ensure you never feel out of place on the dance floor.
Dancing with Vincent and Flavia App

Dance with Vincent & Flavia app



Learn the steps wherever you are! Dance with Vincent and Flavia is a FREE dance tutorial App. From the Salsa to the Foxtrot, choose your favourite dance and let Vincent and Flavia teach you all the steps. With slow-motion videos, you really won’t miss a beat. What’s more, gain discounts on dancewear so you’ll feel and look the part. Available on both Android and iOS.

Argentine Tango

Argentine Tango DVDs Vols 1, 2 and 3



Taking you through Vincent and Flavia’s signature dance, this DVD guides you each step of the way with clear concise instructions. Mastering the steps and technique section will soon make you the centre of attention on the dance floor.
The Last Tango

The Last Tango



After the massive success of their two previous show Midnight Tango and Dance ‘til Dawn, Vincent and Flavia are presenting a new showThe Last Tango Dance

Full details here

Booking
2016 The Last Tango - Tour Details

Date Location Contact
Thu 28th - Sat 30th Apr The Last Tango
PLYMOUTH Pavilions
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 0845 146 1460
Mon 2nd - Sat 7th May The Last Tango
LEEDS Grand Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 0844 848 2700
Mon 16th - Sat 21st May The Last Tango
DARLINGTON Civic Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 01325 486555
Mon 23rd - Wed 25th May The Last Tango
NOTTINGHAM Concert Hall
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 01159 895555
Thu 26th - Sat 28th May The Last Tango
COVENTRY Belgrade
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 0024 7655 3055
Tue 31st - Sat 4th Jun The Last Tango
INVERNESS Eden Court Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 0116 233 311
Tue 7th -Sat 11th Jun The Last Tango
DUBLIN Bord Gais Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. SOON
Mon 13th - Sat 18th Jun The Last Tango
ABERDEEN His Majesty's Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 01224 641122
Mon 27th - Sat 2nd Jul The Last Tango
BLACKPOOL Grand Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 01253 290190
Tue 5th - Wed 6th Jul The Last Tango
STOKE ON TRENT Regent Theatre
Tickets on sale0844 871 7649
Thu 7th - Sat 9th Jul The Last Tango
OXFORD New Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 0844 871 3020
Tue 12th - Sat 16th Jul The Last Tango
SOUTHAMPTON Mayflower Theatre
http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-last-tango
Theatre Tel. 02380 711811
Contact Us


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Our PA - Garth Allan
01483 567088
2, Gateways, GUILDFORD, GU1 2LF


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