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Graziano Di Prima Hosts Manchester’s Grand Salsa Spectacle for Charity

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Renowned television dance maestro Graziano Di Prima extends an invitation to dancers of every skill level to join him at Manchester’s AO Arena.

Together, they aim to set a new world record by gathering the largest assembly of participants in a salsa dance lesson.

The Big Salsa Dance takes place on 16 February 2024 in aid of Child Bereavement UK, a charity that supports children, young people, parents and families, when a child grieves or when a child dies.

Graziano will be leading dancers in a 30-minute salsa dance lesson culminating in a 3-minute performance. The event is a fun opportunity for dancers of all levels to get together for what promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The event, kindly supported by Hurst Dance Studios, includes entertainment from surprise guests and the chance to practise your salsa and Latin moves to a fantastic live band.

And one lucky person will win the opportunity for a private meet and greet with Graziano, Giada and friends.

If you don’t want to join the record attempt, you can still join in as a spectator before being invited down to the floor to enjoy the entertainment and live music.

Participants must be aged over 18 or over 16 if accompanied by a parent or guardian. No age restrictions on spectators. To find out more about taking part go to: bigsalsadance.org

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