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Published 29th Mar 2012

Teesside Latin Dance Festival

Hundreds of Latin dancers are set to descend on Middlesbrough this weekend.

The fourth Teesside Latin Dance Festival takes place on Saturday, March 31.

The festival was the first ever of its kind in the North East when it was launched in 2009 and has since attracted dancers and artists from all over the UK and abroad.

Last year the festival attracted more than 500 dancers of all abilities making it the largest in the north of England and among the highest attended Latin dance festivals in the UK.

The festival, which takes place at Teesside University Students Union on Southfield Road is organised by The Latin Connection Dance Company in Teesside University.

The Latin Connection have been organising Latin dance events and festivals for many years in UK, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

The Middlesbrough event consists of one whole day of workshops for various levels and styles of Latin Dance.

Workshops will take place throughout the day from 10am to 5pm and there’s an evening event starting at 7.15pm.

Further information

For more information and to book a place email: thelatinconnection1@gmail.com or see to www.thelatinconnection.co.uk

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