Salsa

Voodoo cafe salsa runs every Tuesday night from 7.30pm with monthly party nights on the last Sunday of every month featuring top Latin dance instructors. .

Salsa at the Voodoo Cafe is organised like a club . Teaching sessions run at intervals throughout the evening 'Latin style' (til late!) (with cocktails and til late!). After quite some time searching we found Gregory Abouna a dance instructor from Haiti who has travelled extensively and is passionate about bringing Latin-Caribbean culture to Darlington. His love of music and dance is infectious and he is a great motivator; his easy going teaching style is able to make the most nervous of people at ease from beginners onwards. Greg teaches mainly Cuban style with some cross body salsa moves.
Aug
22
Tue
Tuesday Salsa Classes
Aug 22 @ 7:30 pm – 11:45 pm
Tuesday Salsa Classes @ Voodoo Cafe | Darlington | United Kingdom

Creole Carnival was founded by Gregory Abouna and it is all about the Caribbean spirit – fun, music and dance! Since its establishment in 2010, Creole Carnival has built up a community of people from all walks of life and of all ages, across Darlington and the North East.

Gregory Abouna is a dance instructor from Haiti. Having grown up in the Caribbean, Gregory is passionate about bringing a taste of his homeland and a love of Latin-Caribbean music to Darlington and the local community. Gregory has lived in France, Haiti, New York and Miami, after which he travelled extensively, arriving in the UK in 2002. He brings his love of music, dance and the Afro-Caribbean joy for life to his infectious, inclusive style of teaching and events. Gregory teaches mainly Cuban style salsa, with some cross-body style salsa moves thrown in! He is passionate about the Afro-Cuban roots of salsa and the melting pot of culture and history that make it such a rich and exciting form of music and dance.

Aug
24
Thu
Kizomba Thursday
Aug 24 @ 7:45 pm – 11:45 pm
Aug
29
Tue
Tuesday Salsa Classes
Aug 29 @ 7:30 pm – 11:45 pm
Tuesday Salsa Classes @ Voodoo Cafe | Darlington | United Kingdom

Creole Carnival was founded by Gregory Abouna and it is all about the Caribbean spirit – fun, music and dance! Since its establishment in 2010, Creole Carnival has built up a community of people from all walks of life and of all ages, across Darlington and the North East.

Gregory Abouna is a dance instructor from Haiti. Having grown up in the Caribbean, Gregory is passionate about bringing a taste of his homeland and a love of Latin-Caribbean music to Darlington and the local community. Gregory has lived in France, Haiti, New York and Miami, after which he travelled extensively, arriving in the UK in 2002. He brings his love of music, dance and the Afro-Caribbean joy for life to his infectious, inclusive style of teaching and events. Gregory teaches mainly Cuban style salsa, with some cross-body style salsa moves thrown in! He is passionate about the Afro-Cuban roots of salsa and the melting pot of culture and history that make it such a rich and exciting form of music and dance.

Aug
31
Thu
Kizomba Thursday
Aug 31 @ 7:45 pm – 11:45 pm
Sep
5
Tue
Tuesday Salsa Classes
Sep 5 @ 7:30 pm – 11:45 pm
Tuesday Salsa Classes @ Voodoo Cafe | Darlington | United Kingdom

Creole Carnival was founded by Gregory Abouna and it is all about the Caribbean spirit – fun, music and dance! Since its establishment in 2010, Creole Carnival has built up a community of people from all walks of life and of all ages, across Darlington and the North East.

Gregory Abouna is a dance instructor from Haiti. Having grown up in the Caribbean, Gregory is passionate about bringing a taste of his homeland and a love of Latin-Caribbean music to Darlington and the local community. Gregory has lived in France, Haiti, New York and Miami, after which he travelled extensively, arriving in the UK in 2002. He brings his love of music, dance and the Afro-Caribbean joy for life to his infectious, inclusive style of teaching and events. Gregory teaches mainly Cuban style salsa, with some cross-body style salsa moves thrown in! He is passionate about the Afro-Cuban roots of salsa and the melting pot of culture and history that make it such a rich and exciting form of music and dance.

Sep
7
Thu
Kizomba Thursday
Sep 7 @ 7:45 pm – 11:45 pm
Sep
12
Tue
Tuesday Salsa Classes
Sep 12 @ 7:30 pm – 11:45 pm
Tuesday Salsa Classes @ Voodoo Cafe | Darlington | United Kingdom

Creole Carnival was founded by Gregory Abouna and it is all about the Caribbean spirit – fun, music and dance! Since its establishment in 2010, Creole Carnival has built up a community of people from all walks of life and of all ages, across Darlington and the North East.

Gregory Abouna is a dance instructor from Haiti. Having grown up in the Caribbean, Gregory is passionate about bringing a taste of his homeland and a love of Latin-Caribbean music to Darlington and the local community. Gregory has lived in France, Haiti, New York and Miami, after which he travelled extensively, arriving in the UK in 2002. He brings his love of music, dance and the Afro-Caribbean joy for life to his infectious, inclusive style of teaching and events. Gregory teaches mainly Cuban style salsa, with some cross-body style salsa moves thrown in! He is passionate about the Afro-Cuban roots of salsa and the melting pot of culture and history that make it such a rich and exciting form of music and dance.

Sep
14
Thu
Kizomba Thursday
Sep 14 @ 7:45 pm – 11:45 pm
Sep
19
Tue
Tuesday Salsa Classes
Sep 19 @ 7:30 pm – 11:45 pm
Tuesday Salsa Classes @ Voodoo Cafe | Darlington | United Kingdom

Creole Carnival was founded by Gregory Abouna and it is all about the Caribbean spirit – fun, music and dance! Since its establishment in 2010, Creole Carnival has built up a community of people from all walks of life and of all ages, across Darlington and the North East.

Gregory Abouna is a dance instructor from Haiti. Having grown up in the Caribbean, Gregory is passionate about bringing a taste of his homeland and a love of Latin-Caribbean music to Darlington and the local community. Gregory has lived in France, Haiti, New York and Miami, after which he travelled extensively, arriving in the UK in 2002. He brings his love of music, dance and the Afro-Caribbean joy for life to his infectious, inclusive style of teaching and events. Gregory teaches mainly Cuban style salsa, with some cross-body style salsa moves thrown in! He is passionate about the Afro-Cuban roots of salsa and the melting pot of culture and history that make it such a rich and exciting form of music and dance.

Sep
21
Thu
Kizomba Thursday
Sep 21 @ 7:45 pm – 11:45 pm