Today, if you are not in LInbury Theatre at 1945, and if you haven't been by the same time at the same address in the last few days, you are about to miss the most existing thing that London has seen this February - Acosta Danza Experience Up Close.
I have never seen such an exciting accumulation of male dancers.
Saturday evening, the female spectators of my age was literary going nuts at the sight of the bodies - histerical laughters, sighs, o-my-goddings, goshings and others were to be heard from the first to the last minute of the show; for big offence of the male and younger female part of the audience.
The dancer that created the biggest frenzy was Carlos Louis Blanco - with his spectacular body.
My favourite though was Alejandro Silva - what an extraordinary dancer!
Raul Reinoso was also perfect.
All the male dancers were absolute stars.
Of the women most interesting was Zeleidi Crespo.
My favourte choreography was 'Mundo Interpretado' by Juliano Nunes, but if you have asked me, I would have said "It is the Wave by Camille Claudel".
Carlos Acosta himself does Malephant's Two in a rather spectacular way.
As tonight is the last show and the tickets are sold out, just go there at about 1900 and start begging for a ticket waving a thik bundle of banknotes around hoping that somebody might be stupid enough as to sell their tickets at double its price.