Down in sunny Cadiz, young Faith is due to marry Calvin, who adamantly refuses to learn to dance. Roped in by her charismatic father, Leon, to inspire Calvin onto the dancefloor, ex flames Bea and Ben re-ignite their spiky and passionate association – rather against their wills.
But an unexpected turn of events brings darkness to Faith’s wedding day. Will a once-solid relationship be destroyed forever, or can it be restored through the magic of love and Salsa?
A hilarious, salsa-flavoured theatrical experience, bringing all the light and shade of Shakespeare’s greatest comedy onto a 21st century dancefloor. You will laugh; you may cry; you will certainly want to dance – so why not see out the summer in style?
Flimsy update of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy that even salsa can’t enliven
Salsa dancing gives this version a focus which is at once delightful on the eye but also acts as a metaphor. Dancing as power