Midnight Tango Tour Dates


Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace delight audiences in Midnight Tango on the following dates and venues:


Running from January 20th 2012 for 10 weeks at the Edwardian Baroque-style West End Aldwych Theatre located in Aldwych, in the City of Westminster. The Aldwych Theatre has a rich history spanning over a century and was host to the Royal Shakespeare Company for over 20 years.


9 – 14 April Newcastle – Theatre Royal – Located on Grey Street, in Newcastle upon Tyne, The Theatre Royal opened in February 20th, 1837, with a performance of The Merchant of Venice.

16 – 21 April Manchester – Opera House – Located on Quay Street in Manchester, the Opera House has hosted performances of West Side Story and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera.

23 – 28 April Southend – Pavilion Theatre – Located on Station Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, the Cliffs Pavilion Theatre seats 1630 and in 1991 Paul McCartney played a “secret” performance there.

30 April 5 May Woking – New Victoria Theatre – Located in Peacocks Centre, Woking, the New Victoria Theatre opened in 1992 and the main theatre seats 1300 people. Cats and Chicago have played there.

7 – 12 May Canterbury – Marlowe Theatre – Located in The Friars, Canterbury, Kent, the Marlowe Theatre was named after the playwright Christopher Marlowe who was born in the city.

23 – 27 May Belfast – Waterfront Hall – Located on Lanyon Place, Belfast, Northern Ireland, the Hall is part of a multi-purpose conference and entertainment centre and hosts opera, musicals and more.

29 May – 2 June Leicester – De Montfort Hall – Located on Granville Road, Leicester, the De Montfort Hall hosts everything from jazz, ballet and opera to comedy. Genesis recorded at the Hall in 1973.

5 – 9 June Dublin – Grand Canal Theatre – Located in the Grand Canal Dock area of Dublin, Ireland, the Grand Canal Theatre seats 2,111 people and officially opened with a performance of Swan Lake.

11 – 16 June Southampton – Mayflower Theatre – Located in the city center of Southampton, England the Mayflower was originally the Empire and then was named the Gaumont and has hosted Cats and Phantom of the Opera.

18 – 23 June Wolverhampton – Grand Theatre – Located on Lichfield St, Wolverhampton, England the Grand Theatre opened in 1894 and to this day is often referred to as ‘The Grand’.

25 – 26 June Liverpool Empire Theatre – Located on the corner of Lime Street and London Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, the Empire Theatre is the largest two-tier theatre in Britain.

27 – 30 June Edinburgh Playhouse – Located on Greenside Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, the Edinburgh Playhouse used to be a cinema but now hosts musical concerts.

2 – 3 July Oxford – New Theatre – Located on George Street, Oxford, England and was formerly called the Apollo Theatre Oxford. It now hosts musical theatre, standup comedy and concerts.

4 – 7 July Bristol Hippodrome – Located in The Centre, Bristol, England the Hippodrome often hosts West End theatre when they tour the UK.

9 – 14 July Milton Keynes Theatre – Located in Marlborough Gate, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England the Theatre opened in 1999 and hosts opera, ballet and small West End theatre.

16 – 21 July Aberdeen – His Majesty’s Theatre – Located in Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen, Scotland His Majesty’s Theatre is the largest theatre in north-east Scotland and seats over 1,400 people.