Bank Holiday Party w/ Rasa and Dj Dico

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Date(s) - 26/08/2018
8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Voodoo Cafe


Let’s celebrate this summer season in style! It has been an absolutely splendid summer ? Bringing you top sought after Artist! Rasa who will be doing a SALSA or BACHATA workshop, let us know by Sunday 5 August, your choice! Get voting on the poll under the *DISCUSSION* section! We also have DJ DICO for the KIZOMABA LOVERS! What a way to end the summer! Make sure you be there ???

– EVENT £10

__________ ** SALSA / BACHATA **____________

– Workshop w/ RASA: 8:30pm – 9:30pm
– Social dancing (Salsa / Bachata): 9:30pm – 1:30am

___________** KIZOMBA ROOM ** ______________

Beside the main room where we play Salsa & Bachata, we have a separate and dedicated kizomba room. We hope to see many of our Kizomba family.
Join DJ DICO in the kizomba room from 9:45pm to 1:30am.

About Rasa:
An absolutely amazing dancer with a beautiful, elegant style, who inspires and captivates all that behold her. She has become an exceptionally accomplished dancer/ performer and was winner of the 2011 freestyle Salsa and Bachata championships in the UK. Rasa has also gained much experience over many years as a teacher of both Salsa, Bachata and Marengue – with a great teaching style that seamlessly blends her passion and enthusiasm for dancing with a fun, friendly, student centered and accessible approach. Lately Rasa has been traveling all around the UK, Europe and outside places like Miami and Dominican Republic teaching people in large congresses, private gatherings and corporate events. She has also featured in the Movie ‘Cuban Fury’. Rasa has trained with the renowned salsa duo African Jet and performed with ‘Salsa Wizard’ Phillip Langlais. Currently, she is performing with Angel Peinado, one of the creators of Bachata Spice in London and working on a solo show.

PARKING – Abbott’s Yard at the bottom of Bondgate: Once parked walk to top of car park to get on Skinnergate and turn left, the Voodoo Cafe is just a few steps away go pass the ‘KEYS’.
– Duke Street, plenty of car parks
– Skinnergate parking along street and in front of Voodoo Café if early enough.