GO TO RIO: Cambrian Choir tango dancers (from left) Daniel Bryant, Jane Mundt and Paul Fyfe will present Road to Rio.
GO TO RIO: Cambrian Choir tango dancers (from left) Daniel Bryant, Jane Mundt and Paul Fyfe will present Road to Rio. Kate Czerny

Cambrian Choir tango dancers to present Road to Rio

THE Blackstone-Ipswich Cambrian Choir invites theatre buffs to embrace the vivacious spirit of South America at the theatre restaurant Road to Rio.

The upcoming series of shows will be hosted each Friday and Saturday night at the Cambrian Centre, Booval from August 22 to September 6.

According to organisers, audiences will experience a musical exploration, featuring all the colours, sounds and rhythms of South America.

"There was a strong focus on South America this year with the World Cup, so it seemed timely to take audiences on a musical journey through this fascinating country," director Murray Milliken said.

"The annual theatre restaurant is a wonderful opportunity for the Ipswich community to see the Cambrian Choir showcase their versatility.

"Not only is the music style different to a lot of our other choral work, it's also a chance for choir members to brush up on their dancing moves, with many of the numbers including choreography."

From Jamaican folk songs to sultry tango, there will be plenty of entertainment for all tastes.

Performances will be held at 10 South Station Rd, Booval, with doors opening at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

Tickets are $40 and include a three-course dinner with drinks available for purchase. All tickets for Friday, August 22 are at the discounted group booking price of $35.

To book tickets visit cambrianchoir.org.au/ concerts.html or call organisers on 3351 6062.



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