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French can can comes to Fairfield Halls, Croydon
Don your berets and pour yourself a glass of red wine as a French dance troupe comes to town.
Following in the footsteps of the world famous Moulin Rouge, Lido de Paris and Folies Bergere, the French Can Can celebrates the high kicking glamour of one of the most famous dances ever performed, The Can Can.
The show features an international cast full of talented dancers as well as glittering stage sets, costumes and more as the show looks to recreate the classic world of French music hall.
Internationally acclaimed singers from across the globe complete the line-up which organisers say creates a dynamic performance.
The show is played out against the melodies of Offenbach’s overture as well as music especially created for the production.
Choreographed by Christopher Moore, the French Can Can dancers perform their traditional dances as well as showcasing some dazzling new routines.
French Can Can, Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, September 6, 8pm, £16-£20, visit Fairfield.co.uk or call 020 8688 9291.
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