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Havana Street Party

Three incredible groups from Cuba create a thrilling fusion of cool modern dance styles in this World premiere of breathtaking Cuban dance. 

Los Datway street dance, Mas Con Menos percussion, and Kufesa contemporary ballet will blow you away with an urban dance explosion. Expect traditional rumba, sexy salsa and hot Latin hits from the likes of Camila Cabello, Daddy Yankee, Bad Bunny, Cimafunk. Sexy, spectacular, unmissable.

Created by five-time Fringe First-winning director Toby Gough (Havana Rumba, Havana after Dark).

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Underbelly and World Festival


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"You will be on your feet giving it your best Salsa moves by the end of the evening"



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