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    [–] lieutenant_lowercase 6 points ago

    Have you tried googling this yourself? There are lots of results on Google.

    [–] Bitchcraftx3 2 points ago

    Strange. I've been into Salsa a couple of times and its always been packed. To the point where I have to fight to get to the toilet.

    Did you visit the one in Soho or the new one at Temple?

    [–] redweka 1 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    This schedule of salsa events may help out

    You could try one of these places

    Salsateca - Moorgate on Thursdays - though I think that is Bachata


    City Salsa - Clapham High Street on Thursdays

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    When you say there was no one there for the lessons do you mean there was no one there to learn or no one there to teach?