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Fernando Montaño presents Hollywood Classics : 21 May

Fernando Montaño presents Hollywood Classics : 21 May

Royal Ballet Soloist Fernando Montaño presents a night of Hollywood Glamour on 21st May 2017 at the Hippodrome Cabaret Theatre in support of the charity Children Change Colombia.

Fernando Montaño, Children Change Colombia’s patron, will be performing some classic dance routines of Hollywood stars such as Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire from the greatest musicals of the 40s and 50s including Singing in the Rain and The Band Wagon.

Guest artists also performing on the night include: Carolyn Rose (former ballerina, Ballet of Monte Carlo), Axel Zischka (European/World Same Sex ballroom dancing champion), Thorsten Dreyer (international ballroom dancer), Jonathan Hill (leading international violinist, Les Miserables and other West End musicals), Alejandro López (baritone) and Sergey Rybin (pianist).

The show is directed by Kolja Schallenberg, an award-winning director-writer who trained at the University of Hamburg and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and whose work includes engagements at the National Theatres in Hamburg, Bochum, Nürnberg.

Fernando Montaño said: “I am a passionate supporter of Children Change Colombia. They are an amazing charity and I was also really pleased to find out that Children Change Colombia works in the barrio where I grew up, helping young people affected by gang violence and poverty”.

Book now!

Tickets are NOW on sale, details as follows: 

Booking: either online at or call 020 7549 0225 
Sunday 21st May, 7pm 
Ticket Prices: £35- £65 
Nearest tube station: Leicester Square 

Over 18s ONLY – If you are lucky enough to look under 25, you must bring photo ID.

100% of net proceeds from your ticket purchase will be donated to Children Change Colombia.

Photo credit: Andrej Uspensky

* A small additional online booking fee will be charged per ticket and is not included in this cost. 


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