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Samba beat will get the party going at Working Men's Club

PUBLISHED: 16:00 24 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:36 05 October 2010

Latino Hideaway

Latino Hideaway

A VARIETY cabaret evening filled with the spirit of Brazil will samba its way to Bethnal Green Working Men s Club tonight (Friday). Punters can follow the samba drums and join dance duo Latino Hideaway in their full, booty-shaking glory in Brazilian Fever

A VARIETY cabaret evening filled with the spirit of Brazil will samba its way to Bethnal Green Working Men's Club tonight (Friday).

Punters can follow the samba drums and join dance duo Latino Hideaway in their full, booty-shaking glory in Brazilian Fever which aims to tease the audience with the scents, rhythms and sensuality of Brazilian musical theatre.

Brazilian performers Cassandra Tomaz and Gabriella Mazure join forces to create Latino Hideaway who fuse samba, funk, afro and jazz dance routines with theatrical, comic and physical compositions and will encourage the audience to embrace the carnival spirit and dance.

Fusing highly-skilled Latin dance routines, theatrical compositions with their dark and seductive cabaret energy, the Latina show-girls provide a highly visual act with a carnival atmosphere.

Entry costs £7 with a flyer, which can be downloaded from www.workersplaytime.net, or £10 on the door. The carnival at the Pollards Row club starts at 8.30pm tomorrow (Friday) and goes on until 2am.


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