Cotton Club Moves

InSPIRAtions Dance Company in Cotton Club Moves

The atmosphere of Cotton Club is brought alive again in Cape Town in Cotton Club Moves by newly established InSPIRAtions Dance Company under the auspices of Dance for All.

The InSPIRAtions Dance Company will present Adele Blank's sassy Cotton Club Moves. After acclaimed seasons at the Green Point Stadium and Port Elizabeth Opera House in July, the production is now back in Cape Town’s On Broadway Theatre.

About the Cape Town Show

This Cape Town show, with music by George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Duke Ellington amongst others, is set in the Cotton Club era.

The musical show is both choreographed and directed by Adele Blank.

It features the InSPIRAtions company members in various dance styles with guest artist Amos "Lollicat" Kitlele, formerly from Blank's Free Flight Dance Company, who will also provide the vocal element of the show.

Origins of the Cotton Club

The Show got its name from thefamous night club in New York City that operated between the 20’s and 40’s.

Whilst the chic club featured many of the greatest African American entertainers of the era, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Nat King Cole, it also served as a chic meeting spot in the heart of Harlem, at which celebrities such as Mae West and Irving Berlin would appear.

The Cotton Club in Cape Town

Where? On Broadway, Cape Town, 88 Shortmarket Street

When? August 13, 2009 until September 05, 2009

How much? Tickets cost R85 per person. Dinner is served from 18h30, and the show begins at 20h30. Guests only attending the show need to be seated by 20h00. For bookings please visit

Source: DivaPR

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