This our regular Weekly Latin Night where we have two hours of classes and party until 11:30.
Three levels classes, and PARTY till 11:30.
Classes at (8-pm),
8pm - 11:30
PARTY till 11:30 where you can practice your steps and socialize with our friendly group. All types of dances; Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, La Rueda
Classes and party (8-10:15 Pm) : 5 £
Party Only (10:15 Pm) : FREE
Come with friends, partner, or alone.
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The premier salsa night in Coventry has moved to a new venue. After more than 3 years of weekly salsa nights at the SQ Club,Followed by an amazing year in the london road social club. we are thrilled to have secured a regular Thursday night room booking at the 'The Polish Community Center', starting from Thursday 11th Sept 2014.
Salsa Class Times (Unchanged)
Doors open 7.45pm
8.05pm to 9pm Classes for Beginners, Improvers, Intermediates.
9.25pm to 10.15pm Classes for Beginners Plus, Improvers Plus, Advanced.*
10.15pm to 11.30pm Variety of Latin tracks for social dancing and socializing.*
*The start time of the second class and social dancing can vary by a few minutes depending on the length of the dance routines.
Salsa Class Pricing and Drink Policy
The price for the classes is £5 per person per night, for this price you can do either one or two classes.
Admission for social dancing and/or socializing after the classes is free.
The drinks you buy at the bar help to pay towards the venue running costs, so please help us to keep the night running by buying at least one drink at the bar. Big function rooms
cost a fortune to heat and maintain so please buy at least one drink each night to contribute to these costs and keep the salsa night running.
Bottled water and soft drinks are available at the bar at very reasonable prices. Plus there are some discounted drink offers for students.
We reserve the right to search bags and coats on the door to prevent drinks being bought into the venue.
Do NOT bring your own drinks or water to the salsa night, as this will offend and disrespect the venue !
Salsa Night Information
We aim to offer 6 different levels of salsa class for a structured progression from beginner level to advanced.
There is no need to bring a partner as we rotate partners during the classes.
The night is for adults and students aged 18 or over.*
There is no need to book, just check this website to ensure it is running and turn up 10mins before the classes start.
After the classes we turn down the lights and turn up the music for social dancing and play some vibrant Latin music.
During the social dancing we do occasional line ups to funky tracks, these are led by the teachers and anyone who wants to have a go.
The teachers are experienced and know which class you should be in, if they ask you to change up or down please follow their instruction.
*We reserve the right to refuse admission.
The Polish Community Centre is just a 10 minute walk from the pool meadow bus station and its located at:
Street address: Springfield Road , CV1 4GR
1.Head east on Fairfax St toward Cox St/B4544.
2.Turn left onto Cox St/B4544
3.Turn right onto White St.
4.Turn left onto Swanswell St.
5.After two minutes walk ,Turn left onto Swanswell St.
6.At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Springfield Rd. the venue will be on your left hand side.
By car :
1.Head west on Fairfax St toward Priory St.
2.Continue onto Hales St.
3.Turn right to stay on Hales St.
4.Slight left onto Bird St.
5.Turn right onto Stoney Stanton Rd.
6.Turn left onto Howard St.
7.At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Springfield Rd.
Info for Beginners
New starters can join at any time, we run a beginners class at every salsa night.
This is normally followed by a beginners plus class, and most beginners take both classes to learn rapidly.
There is no need to book or bring a dance partner, lots of people come to salsa classes on their own.
There is no need to buy any special footwear or clothing, just wear sensible lightweight shoes, and avoid wearing stiletto heels or heavy work boots.
The speed of learning simple depends mainly on how often you practice by dancing after the classes and how many classes you attend.
People that take their time learning the basics, instead of rushing ahead to learn more fancy moves, tend to become better dancers, so do not rush to get to the advanced classes.
We recommend social dancing after the classes as this is the best way to learn quickly, the experienced dancers are happy to dance with beginners and improves. Everyone was a beginner at some point!
Do not be afraid to ask for a dance, rather than waiting to be asked, in salsa people just walk over and ask and the ladies ask guys as often as the guys ask the ladies.