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Vamos Cuba! At Sadler’s Wells: a Sizzling Summer Show

Vamos Cuba! is the spectacular new summer show at Sadler’s Wells - with a World Premiere - from Tuesday 26th July – Sunday 21st August 2016.

Vamos Cuba! is the spectacular new summer show at Sadler’s Wells – with a World Premiere – from Tuesday 26th July – Sunday 21st August 2016.

Photo Eduardo Rawdriguez
Photo Eduardo Rawdriguez

Created by acclaimed Cuban choreographer Nilda Guerra, Vamos Cuba! is set in the crazy chaos of Havana airport, where families part, lovers reunite, and time flies when you’re having fun. In a place of new beginnings and old romances, where reality calls and dreams take flight, the audience will experience the joy and passion of Cuban life with all the vibrancy and humour that typifies the Cuban spirit.

Photo Eduardo Rawdriguez
Photo Eduardo Rawdriguez

Vamos Cuba! reveals the spirit of Havana and joyous Cuban culture through traditional and modern music and dance. It’s a high-energy production that includes salsa, mambo, rumba, cha-cha-cha and reggaeton, performed by a band led by Julito Padron, a DJ, and a cast of the hottest and best Cuban dancers.

Photo Eduardo Rawdriguez
Photo Eduardo Rawdriguez

This exotic experience includes the Rumba Rum Bar. You can also join one of the free pre- and post-show salsa dance classes to celebrate vibrant Cuban culture in a riotous evening of live music and dance, guaranteed to get your summer sizzling!

Photo Andrew Lang
Photo Andrew Lang

Sadler’s Wells
Rosebery Avenue
London EC1R
Tuesday 26th July – Sunday 21st August
Performances: Tues – Sat at 7.30pm, Sat mats 2.30pm, Sun 2pm & 6pm
Tickets: £12 – £45
Ticket Office: 020 7863 8000 or

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