More than two can tango
THE most passionate dance of all comes to The Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage on March 7 in the musical show Tango! Tango! Tango! Tango! tells the story of the great genius of the dance, Astor Piazzolla. Influenced by jazz and classical music, the impas
THE most passionate dance of all comes to The Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage on March 7 in the musical show Tango! Tango!
Tango! Tango! tells the story of the great genius of the dance, Astor Piazzolla.
Influenced by jazz and classical music, the impassioned composer revolutionised the tango and turned it into one of the most popular forms of music and dance of the late twentieth century.
Patrick Lannigan plays Piazzolla in an irresistible show that explodes with colour and movement. The seductive intimacy of tango is created by five great musicians called Tango Volcano and two stunning dancers.
The show starts at 7.45pm and tickets, are £16.50, from the box office.
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As Sally Driscoll waters the plants in her luxurious conservatory, she is unaware a man is watching her intently through the glass. The man makes his presence known to her. He is not a total stranger, although perhaps her husband has more cause to remember him. As the visitor locks the door and slips the key into his pocket it becomes chillingly apparent that this is certainly not a social call.
Full of breath-catching moments and nail-biting suspense, the play will take place from February 19 to 23 at 7.45pm. Matinee performances on February 21 and 23 will take place at 2.30pm.
Tickets start from £17 and are available from the box office on 08700 131030 or online at www.gordon-craig.co.uk