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    Sadler’s Wells once again welcomes the thrilling and passionate world of Tanguera to the stage. Set for a limited West End run between 18th July 2017 to 6th August 2017, this is a dance spectacular not to be missed.

    On the stifling streets of Buenos Aires, Tanguera, the tango dancer who must seduce men with her flashing legs and sultry eyes in order to survive. It is here that Giselle, a young French woman must make her way after arriving on the first waves of European migration. After she meets dockworker Lorenzo, he falls in love at first sight, but as she tumbles into Buenos Aires’ seedy underworld, he must fight to try and win her love.

    Tanguera invites you to witness the drama, passion and breathtaking dancing in this high-octane and fast-paced journey through the electric world of tango.

    The show is choreographed by Argentinean dance superstar Mora Godoy. Godoy is known as one of the biggest names in tango-dance, bringing together elegance, distinction and a new way of looking at tango, known for her shows Chantecler Tango and Bailando Tango Remix. She has received a wide range of acclaim and awards from around the world, even being able to claim she has tangoed with President Obama.

    Boasting an incredibly talented cast of over 30 musicians and dancers, this hit Argentine show is set to be a sizzling summer spectacular, telling the beautiful story of unrequited love in early 20th century Buenos Aires.

    Tanguera is a steamy and passionate show that exhibits some of the best tango in the world. With performances beginning on 18th July 2017 and set to continue for a limited run until 6th August 2017, this is not to be missed by any dance fans.

    Performance dates: 05 Aug 2017 - 06 Aug 2017

    Running time: 1 hour 25 minutes (no interval)

    Age recommendation: No under 5s

    Special notice: Tanguera is perfect for any lovers of dance and tango to see some of the greatest showmanship in the world in this exciting performance. If you’ve recently seen Tango Fire and loved it, then don’t miss the chance to see this similarly spectacular show.

    4 seat view photos

    SeatPlan Recommends: Generally you will get good views in the centre of the stalls, with a good rake allowing a clear view. The front few rows can often restrict views of footwork due to the height of the stage.

    The First Circle also gives good views, especially as there is no safety rail. The section does have a significant curve meaning ends of rows have a quite side on, but still acceptable view. The very rear can be impaired by an overhang however. The Second Circle itself is more distant but a similar layout.

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