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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.

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Do You Believe in Ghosts?

Monday 8th February 2016
This week we had a Tuesday start at the Bristol Hippodrome theatre, it was officially our busiest week on tour in all the six years we've been travelling around the UKI and Ireland so definitely one to be celebrated. We thank all our audiences very much for continuously supporting us on this journey.

Travelling across the UK we are privileged to perform in some of the most beautiful theatres around the country, the majority of them are very old and have a huge amount of history. The architecture is often incredibly beautiful and I always think back to many years gone by and all the performers that have set foot on stage. The dressing rooms are often left dated, a little cold and tend to have no windows. This might not sound very pleasant however there is always something quite comforting and inspiring about them. To me they are like my second home when on tour.

We opened the show on Tuesday night and had eight performances in five days which always makes for a tough week, plus some rehearsal time to make sure the show is at its best.

During Tuesday's performance I had a rather interesting experience during our final tango number. Whilst performing on stage I tend not to look at the audience at all because I don't want to break that fourth wall and I like to live in the world that is our stage, I generally try to pretend there is no one there. However on Tuesday night as I was flicking and spinning around something caught my eye in the lower balcony on the right side of the stage, looking out it was very dark and misty so faces are not visible at all, however, I saw the face of a man, it was grey and lit with little to no hair and his eyes seemed sunken and dark. Obviously I wanted to turn to Vincent immediately and say "can you see that too?" but we were a little busy at the time LOL not sure how I didn't kick him? The next day during warm up I looked out at the area where I saw the mans face and strangely enough there are no seats there, just a staircase leading to an exit. Now it may have been an usher waiting to escort people out at the end of the show but why could I only see his face and why was he lit? I tried doing a little research as often we hear about ghost stories at the various theatres we go to, I couldn't find anything on the Bristol hippodrome but I did find the below write up which I thought you might find interesting. Some of the theatres we are still due to perform at so I'll be keeping my eyes and ears open... Spooky stuff!!!!

Since theatre began, staff working at theatre venues have unwillingly witnessed a disturbing amount of weird paranormal activity. We take a look at ghost stories from some of our most haunted theatres, from Brighton's Theatre Royal, Bromley's Churchill Theatre, Glasgow's King's Theatre, The Liverpool Empire, Birmingham's New Alexandra Theatre, Oxford's New Theatre, Stoke's Victoria Hall, Richmond Theatre, and The Edinburgh Playhouse to New Wimbledon Theatre - Light a candle, grab a cuppa and be prepared for the fright of your life! A few of the spooky stories of some theatres we have visited are below!

Theatre Royal Brighton's ghost story
One dark and spooky night at the Theatre Royal Brighton, a dear member of the technical team was doing his usual evening lockup around the dimmed backstage area. As he finished his checks near the stage he glanced over his shoulder towards the ramp leading to the darkened stage and saw the figure of a young girl. He called to her to inform her that the theatre was closed and she had to leave. She grimmaced at the technician, giggled softly and ran into the darkness of the stage. Our technician chased after her but she was never found. Sometimes that soft giggle is still heard high above in the rafters.

Churchill Theatre Bromley's ghost story
In 1979 the theatre's photographer was commissioned to take some photos of the auditorium. He arrived early and unlocked the auditorium himself and turned on some lights. Some of the front seats had been removed to make space for BBC television cameras. When he developed his film he found a ghostly figure of a man who appeared to be shining a torch where the empty seats were (roughly around seats B7-8). A past theatre critic, who reviewed shows while the theatre was still called New Theatre, also reported that on several occasions he had also seen a figure of a man standing in front of seat B8, but that this unknown man disappeared when he turned to get a better view of him. Does the New Theatre's ghost still tread the boards of the new Churchill Theatre that stands in the New Theatre's stead? 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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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

2016 The Last Tango - Tour Details

Date Location Contact
Tue 26th - Sat 30th Jan The Last Tango
SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Theatre Tel. 01702 351135
Tue 2nd - Sat 6th Feb The Last Tango
BRISTOL Hippodrome
Theatre Tel. 0844 8713012
Tue 9th - Sat 13th Feb The Last Tango
Theatre Tel. 0844 8713022
Tue 16th - Sat 20th Feb The Last Tango
WIMBLEDON New Wimbledon Theatre
Theatre Tel. 0844 871 7646
Mon 22nd - Sat 27th Feb The Last Tango
Theatre Tel. 01293 553636
Mon 7th - Sat 12th Mar The Last Tango
WOKING New Victoria Theatre
Theatre Tel. 0844 871 7645
Mon 14th - Sat 19th Mar The Last Tango
CARDIFF New Theatre
Theatre Tel. 029 2087 8889
Mon 21st - Sat 26th Mar The Last Tango
NORTHAMPTON Derngate Theatre
Theatre Tel. 01604 624811
Mon 4 - Wed 6 Apr The Last Tango
Theatre Tel. 0844 871 3017
Thu 7th - Sat 9th Apr The Last Tango
Theatre Tel. 0844 871 3014
Tue 12th - Sat 16th Apr The Last Tango
CANTERBURY Marlowe Theatre
Theatre Tel. 01227 787787
Tue 19th - Sat 23rd Apr The Last Tango
EASTBOURNE Congress Theatre
Theatre Tel. 01323 412000
Mon 25th - Wed 27th Apr The Last Tango
LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Theatre Tel. 0116 233 311
Thu 28th - Sat 30th Apr The Last Tango
PLYMOUTH Pavilions
Theatre Tel. 0845 146 1460
Mon 2nd - Sat 7th May The Last Tango
LEEDS Grand Theatre
Theatre Tel. 0844 848 2700
Mon 16th - Sat 21st May The Last Tango
DARLINGTON Civic Theatre
Theatre Tel. 01325 486555
Mon 23rd - Wed 25th May The Last Tango
Theatre Tel. 01159 895555
Thu 26th - Sat 28th May The Last Tango
Theatre Tel. 0024 7655 3055
Tue 31st - Sat 4th Jun The Last Tango
INVERNESS Eden Court Theatre
Theatre Tel. 0116 233 311
Tue 7th -Sat 11th Jun The Last Tango
DUBLIN Bord Gais Theatre
Theatre Tel. SOON
Mon 13th - Sat 18th Jun The Last Tango
ABERDEEN His Majesty's Theatre
Theatre Tel. 01224 641122
Mon 27th - Sat 2nd Jul The Last Tango
BLACKPOOL Grand Theatre
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
Theatre Tel. 0844 871 3020
Tue 12th - Sat 16th Jul The Last Tango
SOUTHAMPTON Mayflower Theatre
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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