Brazilian Themed Show
Our Brazilian production will fly you to the famous Rio de Janeiro Carnival with dances such as Samba, Lambada, the magic Martial Art of Capoeira and the impressive rhythm of Batucada (drumming) – resulting in a celebration to the beauty and magnificence of this country in the purest form. The costumes are all authentic and our samba dancers will brighten your show clad in beautiful feathers and intricate glitter designs.BOOK NOW! Download PDF Brochure
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Samba is a lively, sensual and rhythmical Brazilian dance. Be enticed by the continuous hip movement and their artistry of steps! Be mesmerized by the beautifully designed costumes with plenty of glitter and feathers, namely bikinis, headdresses and back pieces, which are a real work of art and depict the happy nature of this dance. Samba follows the beat of the drums and goes from average pace to VERY VERY fast. This Samba one sees in the Brazilian Carnival parades.BOOK NOW!
A martial art that combines dance and music – be fascinated by its leg sweeps and its quick, powerful, complex moves. Capoeira was created by descendants of African slaves and has Brazilian native influences. A presentation normally includes theatrical and acrobatics elements with little martiality, as this is still subtle and disguised. Trickery is ever present and expert capoeiristas never take their eyes off their opponents!BOOK NOW!
Batucada has African roots and is performed by group drummers with a repetitive and fast pace. Experience the sensational rhythm, culture, fun and excitement of the Brazilian Carnival. A captivating show that will appeal to all!BOOK NOW!
Discover this happy and energetic solo dance where samba, tropical and African rhythms are mixed. Axe was born in Salvador Bahia and is most popular not only at the Carnival but also throughout South America.BOOK NOW!
Admire this blend of authentic African-Brazilian dance, so full of passion and energy. It evokes emotions at the rhythm of the drum, which range from happiness to war! Its beat was the heartbeat of the tribe and brought their community together. There is no partnership but separately, men jump and leap while women use smaller movements dancing at many rhythms with total body articulation.BOOK NOW!