The Cuban Brothers | Standing

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Saturday 18th December | Doors 7.30pm | Show Starts 8.30pm | Standing with VIP Balcony

From sold-out tours, festival spots and support slots for rock royalty to crazy club nights, film roles and fashion shows, The Cuban Brothers' unparalleled act is ingrained in pop culture.

Two decades since their inception, Miguel and his suspect sidekicks are renowned the world over for their party·starting skills, risque sketches, B·boy moves and funk·fuelled music. Everywhere from the Far East to South America, from Brisbane to Bahrain, from the Gumball rally to the F1 circuit has fallen for the Hawaiian suit sporting crew and their outrageous, X·rated antics.

The Cuban Brothers may be a comedy act, but they're simultaneously serious musicians who have played with Prince, been on the road with James Brown and supported Fatboy Slim, Chuck Berry and De La Soul. In 2018 they celebrated their 20th Anniversary wah a special tour of the Scottish Highlands & Islands - where it all began - and the release of their latest compilation ' a Familia' featuring one new Cubans track - I Hate Hate - alongside classics by Herbie Hancock, Children Of Zeus and D'Angelo.

Their act of skits and stories between soul, funk and hip hop songs, with Miguel freestyling and the trio breakdancing became the stuff of legend with sold out shows becoming a regular occurrence across Scotland. At the Edinburgh Festival, a late-night residency at the Gilded Balloon became a love-in for upcoming
comedians, among them Sasha Baron Cohen as Ali G, Dara 0 Briain, Andrew Maxwell and Ed Byrne. Within months of becoming The Cuban Brothers,they were offered a residency in Amsterdam and another at the legendary Manumission in Ibiza.

In south London, Rob Da Bank made them a staple of his Sunday Best parties and word quickly spread. The band's private party work exploded early on and hasn't stopped since - everyone from Elton John, Robbie Williams and Richard Branson to Davina McCall have called on the Cubans to sprinkle their magic. Russian oligarchs have hired them to entertain their wives. The late Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Il flew them to North Korea to perform for his cabinet and kept them captive for days. Last year, they hosted Noel Gallagher's 5Oth birthday party after the singer declared them the best act at Glastonbury.

Now, at last, they are playing Deal, in what will be the best way to kickstart your Christmas. The rum will be flowing and the tunes will be playing. There's no better way to kickstart your Christmas.

Tickets: £22 Standing | £25 VIP Balcony

Please note that online sales will close at 6pm on the day of the show. If you wish to purchase tickets after this time then you will need to do so at the theatre Box Office.


Event Details

Starts on:18/12/2021 20:00
Location:Astor Theatre, Deal


£ 22.00