join the north east's
leading salsa events
SalSeduce is dedicated to introducing new people to
Salsa and creating a fun, friendly and inclusive
place to dance. SalSeduce prides itself on making Salsa available for everyone, no matter your age, ability or experience level. Everyone is welcome at SalSeduce.
UPCOMING REGULAR WEEKLY CLASSES
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating indefinitely
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Thursday, repeating indefinitely
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Friday, repeating indefinitely
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Friday, repeating until June 27, 2025
OUR REGULAR MONTHLY EVENTS
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SalSeduce is a great place to dance and watch others dance in a friendly sociable atmosphere.
Fantastic venue with amazing teachers. Looking forward to more!
Safia Begum Fudala
First visit last night and it didn't disappoint! I was very nervous as I had gone alone but Chris put everyone at ease immediately. The class was fun and easy to pick up, cant wait for next week!
Came last night for the first and wasn't sure what to expect and was a little nervous. OMG! it was amazing; great instruction and a lovely friendly bunch of people. I will definitely be back!
A fabulous, fun filled night! I'd recommend it to anyone, it's a brilliant way to socialise, learn salsa, and make new friends!
The North East's
Leading Salsa Experience
Attracting people from all backgrounds and abilities, salsa
classes are a great way to learn to
dance, enjoy a new hobby and give your social life a real boost.
Meet Chris Pentland
Chris Pentland, founder of SalSeduce Dance Company in Newcastle, runs the largest and well established Salsa Dance Company in the North East.
Through SalSeduce, Chris teaches, DJ’s and performs throughout the region and beyond, bringing his own brand of fun, experience and personality to each class he teaches.
His charismatic teaching approach makes him a very popular teacher, and his growing reputation continues to spread to other parts of the UK.