Venezuela Viva

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This article is from 2009.

Venezuela Viva

Attracting five-star reviews and much whooping from its appreciative audience, Venezuela Viva was a smash hit at the 2005 Fringe. Now, the 12-strong dance troupe and live band are back for another round of spectacular music and movement. Celebrating the many cultures and styles that define the South American country, the show fuses salsa, flamenco, Arabic rhythms and much more. Amidst a sea of colourful costumes, the story of Venezuela’s past unfolds – history lessons don’t come more glamorous than this.

Venue 150 @ EICC, 0844 847 1639, until 23 Aug (not 17), £12–£14 (£10–£12).

This article is from 2009.

Venezuela Viva

The sold-out Fringe 2005 hit with stunning new scenes - a feast for the senses and a joyous spectacular of salsa and flamenco, brilliant live band and twelve gorgeous dancers. 'Much sexier than Riverdance' (Herald). 'Magnificent' - ***** (Scotsman).

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1. Ann Lerche17 Aug 2009, 10:10am Report

This show is Wow. Thoroughly enjoyable and it makes one tired just watching the energy on stage of the 13 dancers who never stop.

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