If you’re in London and looking for a fun and unique way to spend your Tuesday evenings, then look no further than Tia Maria’s weekly Forro night! Whether you’ve been dancing for years or are completely new to the art form, Forro offers something for everyone. Here’s what you need to know about this amazing event.
What is Forro?
Forro is a style of Brazilian folk dance that originated in the Northeastern region of the country. The music consists of an accordion, triangle, zabumba (bass drum), pandeiro (tambourine), and other percussion instruments. The dance itself has two steps—the basic step (básico) and the side step (balanço). It is often referred to as “the dance of joy” because it is so upbeat and fun.
What Happens at Tia Maria’s Forro Night?
At Tia Maria’s Forro night, all are welcome! So whether you’re an experienced dancer or just getting started, there will be plenty for you to do. When you arrive, you can grab a drink from the bar and then head out onto the dance floor where experienced instructors will be on hand to teach you all the moves.
Once you feel confident enough, join in with some friendly competitions or even take part in a performance! There will be plenty of opportunities throughout the evening for both beginners and experienced dancers alike. Plus, there will also be live music from some of London’s best local bands!
Come one come all – it’s time to get your groove on at Tia Maria’s Forro night every Tuesday evening in London! This special event offers something for everyone; whether it’s learning new skills or showing off your own talents, it promises to be a great time for all. So don’t miss out – grab your friends and head over to Tia Maria this Tuesday night! You won’t regret it!
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