Teachers & DJs

Daniel

  Daniel runs his own classes and events under his own dance school - Dance Kizomba with Daniel Bomwan. He has guest taught at Chocolate Tuesdays for several years and became the resident level 2 - improvers teacher in November 2016. He is best known for his...

Adriana

  Adriana Neves is an accomplished professional dancer and dance teacher for over 25 years. Originally from Brazil, but lived in Portugal for 14 years where she had her first contact with Kizomba in 1997. She has been in London for just over seven years now where...

Christian

  CHRISTIAN JEAN-FRANCOIS, from the French Caribbean, has had a long career in the music and dance industry having founded both the Latin Quarter and Kizomba Central. He teaches Salsa, Rueda de Casino, Kizomba, Urban Kiz (French Style) and Semba de Roda. His...

Rashida

  My love affair with Kizomba began in 2010, when there was increasing cross over from Salsa and Kizomba. My love blossomed from the music. My French West Indian heritage was reignited as the music was like a sound track form my childhood, growing up with Artists...

Yannick

Yannick Delasoul, born in Guine Bissau and raised in Portugal, grew up listening to Kizomba and Zouk. He soon developed his passion for music at a very young age. Using the music he enjoyed, Yannick paid attention to the structure of different genres which allowed him...

Miro

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Koko

  Born in the Gambia, raised in France and England. She has grown up loving different genres of music from bashment, R&B, pop, Afrobeats and many more; with her favourite childhood memories tied to Bollywood music. Her love for music began at a young age when...

Daniel

Denise

Adriana

Riquita

Christian

Yannick

Miro

Kizomba Beginners

Whether you’ve never danced before or have danced other genres and are new to Kizomba, this is the class for you to get that strong foundation that will allow you to enjoy social dancing.

Venue – Gem Bar (downstairs)
10 Beak Street
London, W1F, 9RA
When – Tuesday 19.15 – 20.15 and 20.30 – 21.30

Price – £8 for one hour and £10 for two hours

Kizomba Intermediate

Once you have your basics. This class will help you to develop your routines, putting those moves together so that you can comfortably enjoy dancing with a partner of even a higher level.

Venue – Gem Bar (downstairs)
10 Beak Street
London
W1F 9RA

When – Tuesday 19.15 – 20.15 and 20.30 – 21.30

Price – £8 for one hour and £10 for two hours

Kizomba Advanced

You’ve been dancing Kizomba for a while, you are a confident leader or follower and you now want to do more complex combinations.

Venue – Gem Bar (downstairs)
10 Beak Street
London
W1F 9RA

When – Tuesday 19.15 – 20.15 and 20.30 – 21.30 (Semba or Intermediate Kizomba)

Price – £8 for one hour and £10 for two hours

Semba

The more up-tempo dance for our advanced dancers.

Venue – Gem Bar (downstairs)
10 Beak Street
London, W1F 9RA

When – Tuesday 20.30 – 21.30 and 19.15 – 20.15 (Intermediate Kizomba)

Price – £8 for one hour and £10 for two hours (party is free)

Party

Every week after class we have a fun party where our DJs play the best in Kizomba, Semba and Ghetto Zouk. Enjoy the music, have a drink at the bar and dance, dance, dance. Friendly crowd who are just there to have a good time. At the end of the month we have our colour theme party night.

Venue – Gem Bar (downstairs)
10 Beak Street
London, W1F, 9RA

When – Tuesday 21.30 – 01.00

Price – Party only is £5

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