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International Flamenco Star In Wellington

International Flamenco Star
ANTONIO VARGAS
FLAMENCO FIESTA
With Wellington's
Desde Sevilla Flamenco Dance Company

Antonio Vargas is known to the public for his role as the father in Strictly Ballroom and for his choreography and cameo role in Mission Impossible II. He is famous in the international flamenco world for his innovation, rhythm and passion. This one night only show is not to be missed by Wellingtonians - the coming together of the power and fire of Vargas and New Zealand's best flamenco company will have you on the edge of your seat!

Friday 8 December No 5 Cable Street Old St John's Amblulance Building 8.30pm (bar opens at 7.30pm) Book at Ticketek ($30 and $26)

For more info Jessica Garland 052 661 2352 Jill Tanner Lloyd 934 4135 Fax 934 4139

Hope you find this interesting! Cheers Jessica




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