The third episode of the series will release all the rhythmic and enrapturing power of Southern Italy and Greek traditional music enhanced by a contemporary London twist.
Pizzica, tarantella, rebetiko, Mediterranean joie de vivre and London eclectic attitude will tempt Brixton on the last Sunday of November, and there’s no serum that can cure you from the tarantula rhythmic bites: you’ll be heartily doomed to dance until exhaustion.
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