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Songs Not To Dance To - Riverside Theatre

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Dance like nobody is watching
This quirky and different performance is one to certainly see!

Songs Not To Dance To is filled with humour and of course 'songs you should not ever dance to'.

As we all know some songs can be difficult to swing those hips to and the performers Martin Del Amo and Phil Blackman prove just that- not all songs you can dance to.

The performers attempt a series of contemporary dance solos and duets to a mix of songs that are iconic, utterly obscure or extremely cheesy. This laugh out loud performance certainly entices us, the audience, to witness a series of attempts and without doubt with much dignity and humour...

As quoted from Performer Martin Del Amo: "I think most people can relate to the joy associated with dancing wildly in the privacy of your own bedroom or burning up the dance floor in the wee hours of the morning. A lot of the songs we're using are instantly recognisable and tap into the individual emotions they trigger for each audience member, may they be positive or negative."

True to his quote he certainly did present to us a show that I, embarrassingly admit, can relate to the joy of dancing in my bedroom!

This is definitely a show with a difference and needs to be witnessed. You will also be left with a surprise at the conclusion...

Tickets can be purchased online and at the box office.
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Why? You think you can really dance to that song? Think again!
When: 7 March 2015: from 8pm
Where: Riverside Theatre, Church St, Parramatta
Cost: Tickets Adults: $35pp & Tickets Concession: $28pp
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