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Cuban Salsa Society

Hey all Salseros :)

We hold fun, friendly and relaxed Cuban Salsa lessons every Monday 6-8pm in Mandela Hall, Falmer House. Every lesson is £3 per student and £5 per non-student, there is a free membership (Please purchase it because it helps us out) and all you need to do is come along whenever you feel like learning Cuban Salsa, having tons of fun and meeting new people (you will also get a taste of reggaeton, merengue, bachata, mambo, rumba, and cha-cha-cha in our fun warm-ups and warm-downs)!

The classes are led by a professional teacher from Cuba and no partner is required. We pair up and dance in a big circle, switching partners every few minutes - this way of dancing is called Rueda de Casino. And no worries if you have no or little experience, as the classes are divided into groups suitable for different levels.We also encourage our members to venture out into Brighton to do more Salsa especially our co-hosted Salsa night on Tuesday at Funky Fish 8:30 - 10:30pm and have fun, practice and show off what you've learnt! Come and join now!


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  • Cuban Salsa Society Standard Membership£0.00

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