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Latin Fever 3 Review - Dance Passion

Latin Fever 3 Review

Due to popular demand Latin Fever 3 had to be held at a larger venue. The Kirkby Suite was such an ideal choice. There were 250 in attendance and each ticket that was sold, guaranteed each guest an allocated seat, to which they would be sure of an excellent view, of the very talented singers and dancers who were to entertain them later on in the evening. The latin music filled the room as Robert showed each guest to their seats. Dimly lit by the flickering lights that filled the beautiful glass centre pieces on the white clothed circular tables, gave the room the atmosphere it deserved. Many of the guests were students, from Clare’s various dance classes, such a golden opportunity to practice and demonstrates their newly acquired routines. The Rumba Cha Cha Cha and Jive were very well displayed, putting the highly polished dance floor to very good use !!

This year’s guest were treated to a Hot Pot supper and a selection of sandwiches and salad , for guests who preferred a vegetarian dish. After this they were invited , by the excellent compare, Brian Dodd, to sit back relax and enjoy the evening’s show of talented singers and dancers.

This year’s guest were treated to a Hot Pot supper and a selection of sandwiches and salad , for guests who preferred a vegetarian dish. After this they were invited , by the excellent compare, Brian Dodd, to sit back relax and enjoy the evening’s show of talented singers and dancers.

The show was opened by the very talented Zodiac Roadshow, who gave a wonderful dance performance of Sing Sing Sing and Magalena from the films Swing Kids and Dance With Me . Both dances were choreographed by Clare Roberts. Guests were also entertained with songs from Emma French and Linzi Pallin, a standing ovation was given to the very talented Rachel Russel after her rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelluja. The entertainment was completed with Clare and Steven’s fluid movements of all five latin dances.

Once again the whole purpose of the evening was to raise funds for a very worthy cause, which this year was The Marie Curie Hospice and of course to celebrate Latin American dancing at it’s very best !!!

Special thanks, of course, go to all the local firms who donated such wonderful prizes for our charity raffle.

Money raised £3,000.

Special thanks to Barclay Card for matching funds that were raised on the night.

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