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Christmas Party Time!

Don’t miss out on our annual Christmas party on Thursday 8th December at the WH.

Tickets are available to book now at just £6 each for members and £10 for guests/non-members. 45 more words

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Got Spirit...? El Día de los Muertos...

El Día de los Muertos is just around the corner so it gets me to thinking a little about death. Not in a Macabre sort of way but more in the humorous way Mexicans celebrate on The Day of the Dead …and about what my mom says that it’s not… 1,671 more words

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Latin Dance

In Central America, Latin dance was already in motion many years before European influence turned it into the Latin American dance we know today. You might recognize some of the popular Latin dances such as, Samba, Cha Cha, Salsa, or Paso Doble. 378 more words

Inktober 2016 - Day 11

Tried my hand at a more complicated one for this entry. I like how this turned out! Not too shabby for my first bachata pic (^^;)> 165 more words

PennyDoth Art


Don’t forget to book your tickets for the Autumn Harvest Dance Party 13th Oct 2016 (from 7.15 to 10.30pm at The YMCA White House, Hampton, Middx). 30 more words

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Latin American as a Performance Genre

An Essay written by current Bachelor of Dance student – Fallyn Petherick

Latin American as a performance genre has developed over time, spanning from cultural and tribal displays, to the styles that we see on stage and in competitive circuits today. 2,075 more words

Dance Origination And History

salsa-dancing as a civilian defense

civilian defenses is a poem about salsa-dancing as a defense against the extreme highs and lows of life; an anchor, especially for private citizens within a large, urban society. 279 more words