From the dancing that transports you to another world to the excellent drumming that will leave you in awe, Tap Dogs at GrandWest is a show that you don’t want to miss.
Known as Australia’s most successful theatrical export, Tap Dogs was choreographed by Dein Perry and is a 75 minute long dance, featuring six dancers and two musicians. It has been performed in over 330 cities and has won over 15 international awards, including the Olivier Award.
I attended the show last night and was blown away by the talent. I mean I had heard via word of mouth that it the performance was good but I don’t think I was prepared for how good it was. From dancing upside down to dancing in water, everything that you did not believe is possible, these dancers did.
The musicians, Noriko Terada and Catarina Percinio, were extremely talented and added a layer to the show that would have been missing. Once you see the show, you will understand what I’m talking about. Between the six dancers and the two musicians they put on a show, so spectacular, that I have a newfound appreciation for the art of tap dancing.
The South African tour: