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The Tap Pack (Live)

Digital Season | Streamed live from the Joan Sutherland Theatre

On Demand
Genre: Cabaret, Dance

Following the smash hit season in 2018, the modern kings of swing return to transport you to a world of timeless entertainment. Performing live from the Joan Sutherland Theatre direct to your living room, get ready for some slick suits, classic tunes and magic moves. So, dust off your dancing shoes and make sure your coffee table is sturdy! Toe tapping is impossible to resist with these masters of dance serving up their brilliant best. 

Performers: Cameron Boxall, Thomas J Egan, Mark Hill & Sean Sinclair
Director: Nigel Turner-Carroll
Written By: Jesse Rasmussen, Jordan Pollard, Thomas J Egan & Nigel Turner-Carroll

More reading: A history of tap dancing

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