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Arlene Phillips proud to present Midnight Tango as it hits the London West End

In Carol Hayes Management Artist on January 24, 2012 at 1:42 pm
Midnight Tango - Produced by Arlene Phillips and Adam Spiegel

Midnight Tango - Produced by Arlene Phillips and Adam Spiegel

Over six series of the BBC’s hit show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace enthralled audiences with their sensual and elegant tango routines.

Now they have created their own extraordinary live show produced by our very own Arlene Phillips and Adam Spiegel.

The award-winning choreographer and former ‘Strictly’ judge is introducing ‘Midnight Tango’ to the London West End this month – following its sold-out run of 80 dates Nationwide.

Having sat on one of TV’s infamous judging panels, watching celebrities attempt sexy salsas and fabulous foxtrots; Arlene Phillips decided to showcase the Tango experts in this new production set in a late-night bar in downtown Buenos Aires.

The show draws you in to the intoxicating city for a thrilling evening of danger and excitement, joy and jealousy, pain and passion.

Producer Arlene stated:

“This is the first time I’ve produced a live show and you get to interfere with everything and everyone because you ultimately control what’s out there. And I’ve loved that bit! But also working so closely with everyone involved with the show has been great.”

The show is opening on the 31st Jan, with previews on now at the Aldwych Theatre, London.

If you can’t make it to any of the live performances, you can purchase the DVD of Midnight Tango at Amazon

Midnight Tango - Produced by Arlene Phillips and Adam Spiegel

Midnight Tango - Produced by Arlene Phillips and Adam Spiegel

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