Strictly come dancing has been on our screens for a few weeks and it’s hard to imagine dancers having time between rehearsals and shows to have fun.
With military-style training, dancers don’t get much downtime, but when they do, it’s easy to guess what they might be doing…you guessed it, dancing.
Salsa Soho on Tottenham Court Road in London has hosted several famous faces over the years and, as the name suggests, it plays salsa all night long.
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Famous faces who entered the Tottenham Court Road venue include AJ Pritchard, his brother Curtis and several influencers from Love Island stars and former celebrities, such as Tilly Ramsay.
The bar/disco is filled with salsa loving dancers from the famous to the mainstream, if you want to put on your dancing shoes they will teach you how to salsa so you don’t look next to strictly dancers.
They describe themselves as: “an authentic South American themed nightclub and bar, bringing colour, culture and style to the heart of London!
“Essentially, salsa is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will have you coming back again and again. One of London’s best party bars, the vibe at Salsa is energetic and fun – so expect both men and women to wear their dancing shoes!
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“The music is filled with Latin fever and really sets an authentic vibe.”
The venue offers dance lessons on a fairly regular basis and they’re usually just a cheap £6, but you’ll need to be quick and follow their regular updates on their website.
If you take enough classes, you might just teach celebrities how to dance in the future.
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