About Vamos Cuba!

Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
Booking to 21 August 2016
No longer booking

The World premiere of ¡Vamos Cuba! brings an intoxicating mix of traditional and modern Cuban dance styles to Sadler’s Wells this summer.

Choreographed by Nilda Guerra, ¡Vamos Cuba! (Let’s Go Cuba!) is a spectacular new Sadler’s Wells Production created by the team behind the smash-hit Havana Rakatan.

Experience the joyous spirit of Havana as ¡Vamos Cuba! reveals contemporary Cuban culture through a mix of music and dance.

Set in the chaos of Havana airport, where families are parted, lovers reunited and time flies when you’re having fun. In a place of new beginnings and old romances, where reality calls and dreams take flight, experience the joys and vibrancy of Cuban life with all the passion and humour that embodies the Cuban spirit..

The high-energy production includes salsa, mambo, rumba, cha-cha-cha and reggaeton, performed by a band led by Julito Padron, a DJ and a cast of the most sizzling dancers Cuba has to offer.

Come early and experience the Rumba Rum Bar or stay late for a post-show salsa class and celebrate Cuban culture in a riotous evening of live music and dance guaranteed to get your summer sizzling!

¡Vamos Cuba! Runs from 26 July 2016 until 21 August 2016 at Sadler’s Wells.

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Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 21 August 2016

Important Notes

Running Time: 2 hours and 10 minutes Age Restrictions: No under 5s. Important Info: Latecomers may not be admitted whilst a performance is in progress.

Venue Information

Sadler's Wells Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN
Nearest Tube or Train: Angel (Northern line)
Nearest Buses: 19, 38, 341, 171a

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