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By Tristan Harris Wednesday 08 January 2014 Updated: 08/01 01:56
BROMSGROVE salsa fans are being urged to take part in a charity event being held in South Birmingham to raise funds for the Philippines Typhoon Disaster.
The event, organised by Mani, from Mucha Salsa, takes place at the Tally Ho, Pershore Road, Stirchley on Friday (January 10).
As well as the salsa, there is also tango, cha cha cha, Bachata and Kizomba. The fun sessions will be done in two rooms and all teachers, promoters and DJs are providing their services for free.
Entry is £10, all proceeds go to help those affected by the disaster.
At 7.45pm, there is tango with Michelle Brown, salsa for intermediates with Rueda Dance Cubana and salsa for beginners and improvers with Hopeton.
At 8.30pm, there are sessions for beginners and improvers, dancing for intermediates with Helena and Nicolai and sessions for beginners and improvers.
And at 9.15pm, there are intermediate sessions, advanced salsa with Michael Pottinger and intermediate salsa with Cleon Nelson. there is also salsa for beginners and improvers with Helena and Nicolai, also at 9.15pm.
Mani said: "Your generosity is what will make this a success. Please come along and if you can help in anyway.
"Whether you are a salsa regular, a beginner or just want to support this worthy cause, please come along, we guarantee you'll enjoy a fantastic experience."
For more, visit www.facebook.com/events/170882899776919/
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