Dance ’til Dawn Theatre Breaks in London
Following their successful West End dance show Midnight Tango last year, former Strictly Come Dancing professionals Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace returned to set the London stage alight again this Autumn with their new show Dance ‘til Dawn.
Dance ’til Dawn Theatre Break are now sold out
Full of old Hollywood glamour and pizzazz, Big Band numbers and jaw-dropping choreography, dance fans and movie-musical lovers alike will love this utterly spectacular show.
Set in Los Angeles in the 1940s, sexy starlet Sadie Strauss (Cacace) is in the middle of a film shoot when her co-star and leading man is murdered. Framed for the killing, Sadie’s handsome lover Tony DeLuca (Simone) finds himself in the thick of it; can the couple hotfoot it out of trouble? Or will they simply have to face the music and dance?
With the combination of the live band, stunning sets, glamorous costumes and, of course, world-class dancing Dance ‘til Dawn theatre breaks the unmissable family theatre event this Christmas.
Theatre address: Aldwych, London WC2B 4DF
Nearest tube stations: Covent Garden (currently EXIT only); Holborn and Charing Cross
Opens: 23rd October 2014
Booking to : 3rd January 2015
Performance times: Monday to Saturday at 1930 ; Thursday and Saturday at 1500
Hotels close to the Aldwych theatre
Hotels nearby include the 5 star Savoy, the 4 star deluxe Guoman Charing Cross and the 4 star Strand Palace – all situated a short walk away on The Strand. Other worthwhile hotels within easy reach are the impressive 4 star deluxe Kingsway Hall, the 3 star Thistle Trafalgar and the 5 star Radisson Edwardian Blu Hampshire in Leicester Square. So lots of choice on the doorstep.
If you would rather stay elsewhere in town then it is very easy to get to the theatre by tube: Covent Garden, Holborn and Charing Cross underground stations are all within 5-10 minutes walk giving quick access to north and south London plus Kensington and Knightsbridge areas to the West. Plus a whole host of buses pass right outside the theatre door coming from all over London.