Saw the show in Woking tonight. Disappointing even at provincial theatre ticket prices. Passion was missing even from the normally dynamic duo. Some of the dancing was very loose and limp. Choreography was mostly dull. Band was good, though. - Jim
01 May 12
As a huge fan of dance in general I was very much looking forward to this show. The dancers (the whole cast) were amazing but after a while the dancing became monotonous and shockingly (for myself) I found myself becoming very bored. The show lacked any imagination, the set and lighting were dull and I was surprised how short the actual show was (we left the theatre at 9:30pm sharp). I actually feel quite cheated paying just over £100 for 2 seats. To sum up I think that I would give it a miss should it come back to the west end in another guise. Sorry. - Anna
28 Mar 12
Brilliant performances by all, it was a show centred around the argentinian tango,what did the critics expect, if you want narrative go and see a play. This was entertainment at its best - Lynn
14 Feb 12
As a great fan of Strictly I was keen to see this show as my favourite is the Tango and no one can do it so polished as Vincent and Flavia and because they have danced together for so long, they just glide together. The scene was good--very Buenos Aires though would have been nice a bit of change of scenery for second half but really we all go for the actual dancing and we were not disappointed. - Joe Spiteri
03 Feb 12
I loved it. It's performed as kind of a silent movie, with an equally heroic and exagerated acting style - very apt for a tango show! The dancing is amazing and so full on! Go see it. - Bilie
01 Feb 12
Was bored after three numbers, I'm afraid. Dance was good, professional of course, but not riveting. Attempts to create narrative were risible and the show suffers from a surprisingly uncharismatic supporting cast. Disappointingly vague and unimaginative. Go to Sadler's Wells instead. - Junket
01 Feb 12
Amazing show, and yes, lots of dancing; well it is a tango show.
The cast are fabulous. I;m going again. - steve
25 Jan 12
The dancing was without doubt very good but we both felt it became monotonous after a while as too much of the same. Also no real story, no acting, no narrative JUST THE SAME DANCE OVER AND OVER AND OVER..... SNOOZE!
Sad to have wasted the money but couldnt wait for the in terval to leave half way through - tony bown
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