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Dance Houses this month

BRATISLAVA's V-Club and Petržalka's Zrkadlový háj will each hold another instalment of the Dance House series, on March 2 and March 19 at 19:00, respectively.
The professional folk-dance group Dragúni will teach visitors to the V-Club entertaining dances from the Trenčín region and will perform the ceremonial burial of a double bass along with a mask parade symbolising the end of the Shrovetide period.

BRATISLAVA's V-Club and Petržalka's Zrkadlový háj will each hold another instalment of the Dance House series, on March 2 and March 19 at 19:00, respectively.

The professional folk-dance group Dragúni will teach visitors to the V-Club entertaining dances from the Trenčín region and will perform the ceremonial burial of a double bass along with a mask parade symbolising the end of the Shrovetide period. Those coming to Zrkadlový háj will learn pair dances from the Raslavice region.

The Dance House is a regular event held for those interested in learning traditional dances or simply wanting to see performances by professional folklorists. Each lesson features one or a few specific Slovak regional dances accompanied by live music.

The event is held every first Tuesday of the month at the V-Club at SNP 12 in the Bratislava centre, and every third Friday of the month at the Zrkadlový háj House of Culture in Petržalka. Admission is Sk70. For more information call 0905/316-272 or 0908/770-410.

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