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 Post subject: Salsa in London
PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2003 9:21 am 
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SALSA and MERENGUE DANCING
Classes 8-9.30pm
Beginners to Advanced
Practice and Freestyle dancing 9.30-11pm

TUESDAYS Tudor Barn(function suite)
53c Well Hall Road, Eltham SE9
WEDNESDAYS Acacia Hall (ballroom)
67a High Street, Dartford, Kent

Admission £5 (membership £1 per year)
Info: 01322 385795, 07768 441487

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 Post subject: Re: Salsa in London
PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2003 4:29 am 
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Everybody Salsa!
London’s oldest salsa venue, The Finca, based in London’s trendy Islington, has recently reopened its club section “Upstairs @ The Finca” after extensive refurbishment to give it a more modern feel. It seems people can not get enough of the sexy Salsa rhythms as classes all over town are overflowing with both young and old dancers eager to learn new moves. Alison Kirkman fore Dance Today! checks out the venue and puts the dance phenomenon that draws more and more people in its spell into context

For those who are unsure exactly what Salsa is, it originated in Latin America during the 1930s but exactly where its first steps were made is the subject of passionate debate. Cubans say it began in Cuba, Colombians claim it started in Colombia and Puerto Ricans profess Puerto Rico was where salsa was first set in motion – you get the picture.

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 Post subject: Re: Salsa in London
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Clash of the salsa carnivals
Fans of Latin music face a tough choice this weekend, says Sue Steward for The Daily Telegraph.

In the three years since Salsa 2000 drew thousands of Latin-music fans to a park in the East End of London, interest in salsa has boomed. So how annoying for salsa fans that when they finally get two sensational carnivals, both take place on the same weekend.

Party in the City at the HAC Grounds on City Road in London all weekend competes with Latin Splash on Clapham Common on Sunday.

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