Monday Night Salsa At The Barn
Bishops Cleeve Tithe Barn, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham.
2-4-1 Offer. Valid until 30th June 2019
Bring a new guest and both enter half price. Normal price £6. 
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**Either print this voucher off or show it on your phone when you arrive.
Bishops Cleeve Tithe Barn, a spectacular venue to dance in!
Want to meet more people and have fun whilst learning something new? Then give Salsa dancing a go, it's Cheltenham's biggest dance scene. No partner and no dance experience needed. Two left feet highly desirable! 
No need to book, just turn up and join in the fun
Format for Monday Night Salsa at Bishops Cleeve Tithe Barn, Cheltenham:
Doors open 7.45pm (arrive early to avoid the queue)
Lessons 8-9pm: Absolute Beginners Salsa in Rumba Room, Level 2 and 3 in Ball Room.
After the lessons: Salsa in the Ball Room until 10.00pm. 
Price: £6.
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Salsa takes place at Bishops Cleeve Tithe Barn on Monday Nights, 8pm-10pm (not on Bank Holiday Mondays). The Barn is 5 minutes drive from Cheltenham Racecourse Roundabout. There's lots of FREE off-road parking at the venue. Classes take place on the first floor.
Address: Bishops Cleeve Tithe Barn, Cheltenham Rd, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham GL52 8GD

Frequently Asked Questions:
Is this Salsa Night at The Barn on every Monday?
Yes it is, apart from Bank Holiday Mondays. We also hold weekly classes on Fridays at MooMoo. See for details
How much is it?
£6 or £5 for students. That includes around 1 hour Salsa class and 1 hour of Salsa dancing. We also give you your 6th class FREE. And, if you bring a new member, you BOTH enter half price. 
Where do I park?
There's lots of free off road parking at the venue. 
What time does it all start?
On Monday night doors open 7.45pm, classes start at 8pm, Salsa dancing until 10.00pm. 
What if I've never danced before?
If you can walk, we can teach you to dance. 99% of people who attend our classes have never danced before, apart from perhaps at a disco! These classes are all about 'Making Salsa Simple' so in your first few classes you will be learning some simple Salsa basics that anyone can do.
Can I just come and watch?
You could, but really, that's a waste of your entrance fee. Your best bet is to turn up, join in the fun and go wrong with everyone else. Messing up is encouraged, it's part of the learning process. 
I'm a bloke. Isn't dancing for girls?
Good question. Ask that to Darren Gough, the burly Northern ex-England fast bowler who won Strictly Come Dancing, or Evander Hollyfield who knocked out Mike Tyson (twice) and appeared on the show! Or, ask it of one SALSA SQUAD Founder, Paul, who has 25 boxing fights under his belt. No, it's not just for girls :-)
Will there be members of the public watching us?
No, we have exclusive use of the venue for Salsa dancers only. And, the beginners have their very own beginners room so you can all have fun learning the steps together, celebrating when you nail it, and laughing out load when it goes a bit pear shaped :-) 
Do I need to bring a partner?
No. Most people come on their own although there are people who come as a couple. The way the classes work means dancers change partners every couple of minutes. Dancing with different people is the best way of improving. It also makes for a more sociable night out.
Will I feel out of place if I come on my own?
No, not unless you wear your fave' flamenco dress or bull fighter costume (don't do that). Lots of the people who attend come without a partner. During the classes we swap partners every couple of minutes so even if you bring one you wont be able to keep them to yourself for long!
What should I wear?
Most people come in casual comfortable attire, it's hot stuff so wear something cool. Its probably best to keep the high heels at home (especially the men!). Leather or smooth soles are best, not trainers as they grip too much and you may struggle with the triple spins ;-)
What is the age group?
It's over 18's. Most are in their 20's, 30's and 40's. Some are in their 50s. We have one gent who is 83. We have a nice spread of the generations!
What do I do when I arrive?
If it's your very first time, you and the other new Absolute Beginners will be eased in with a very simple 'Introduction to Salsa' Class. This will build your confidence and act as a great starting point for your salsa. It will also teach you enough moves for you to be able to strut your stuff on the dance floor after the class. 
Do you teach classes at higher levels?
Yes, as well as Beginners we also hold classes at Intermediate and Advanced level. All classes happen at the same time, 8pm, in different rooms. Then we all come together for Salsa dancing in the main club room from 9pm to 10.00pm.
Is there a bar?
No, but there is a kitchen for water. 
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