MY best advice for dealing with the current freezing cold weather is wrap up well and get yourself truly tangoe-ed at the Empire courtesy of a very warm, feel good production.

Tango Moderno is more than a showcase for the sublime sashaying multi-talents of Strictly Come Dancing legends Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace.

It is a joyous ensemble celebration of life itself.

A narrator, Tom Parsons, delivers prose and verse from the pen of Richard Marsh and a wide range of songs are on offer alongside inventive routines from the dazzling ten dancers.

Then there are the two stars - Flavia and Vincent They play our spiritual love guides dishing our romance dust - swirling around the characters who are falling in and out of love.

A live on stage band - including a vibrant violinist (Oliver Lewis) - help make this touring show not only a 'must see' but a 'must hear' experience.

The one-hour-45-minute show from director and choreographer Karen Bruce features interpretations of classics such as the Bacharach and David's composition A house is not a home.

The Bruno Mars Lazy Song is delightful and there's a tingly performance of Ewan MaColl's The first time ever I saw your face from singer Rebecca Lisewski.

There's also the sing-a-long ditty Haven't met you yet.

This show has something for everyone.

It is strong on visual appeal, slick costume and scene changes and sparkling humour.

But the huge highlight comes with the last dance finale of the 100-year-old tango.

It is an astonishing spectacle a whirlwind of faultless movement – chemistry, sexiness on legs style and sheer electricity.

It is a ten from me.

I had goose bumps watching Vincent and Flavia give such a dynamic dance masterclass.

The audience rising to their feet agreed.

I had goosebumps and it was not down to the cold weather.

Fabulous fizzy fun - five stars

The show's Liverpool Empire run ends tomorrow (Wednesday, February 28).

Tickets from the box office on 0844 871 3017.