Strictly Come Dancing favourites Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace have wowed television audiences with their Argentine tango and so there was great expectation from this show.
The performance is set in a Latin bar, with Flavia and Vincent playing the part of a love-struck couple who are pulled apart by a love rival.
They are joined by other tango dancers as they move across the stage, incorporating tables, chairs, wine bottles and even the bar into their dances.
A live band on stage provides the music with singer Miguel Angel adding a Gypsy Kings style touch to the Latino beats.
There are some humorous moments from bar tender Carlos (Anthony Renshaw) and wife Rosa (Tricia Deighton) and an excellently performed fight scene between the male dancers. But other than that the plot was rather thin.
The couple fizzed and whirled with plenty of leg flicks, high kicks and lifts which certainly dazzled and impressed the packed audience.
But dancing in the first half of the show was rather repetitive and lacked emotion. It had the sense that the dancers were merely pacing out their steps (albeit with amazing ability) rather than bringing any real passion to the proceedings.
A greater versatility in the choreography in the second half made it much more interesting to watch.
And while the dancers were impressive, all eyes were on Flavia, with her sumptuous costumes, her amazing body and her ability to float, leap and shimmy across the stage with great dexterity and speed.
The show runs until Saturday, May 11.