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Belly dancers come to Slovakia

A GRANDIOSE dance show of the far East, Ney, is coming to Slovakia after having success in Germany and Austria.


THE DANCERS must also be practiced in changing costumes.
photo: Courtesy of Ney

A GRANDIOSE dance show of the far East, Ney, is coming to Slovakia after having success in Germany and Austria.

Eighty dancers in 1,800 costumes and colourful masks will perform thousand-year-old dances with live musical accompaniment in Košice on June 4 (Cassosport Hall), and in Bratislava on June 6 (National Tennis Centre).

For more information and to reserve tickets, visit www.ney.sk.

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