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Street Dance Showcase in a Gin Distillery
Street Dance Showcase in a Gin Distillery

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Street Dance Showcase in a Gin Distillery

Enjoy a G&T (or two) while watching award winning hip-hop dance with The London Tonic Series’ Beefeater Sip-Hop.

22 April 2017 | Book tickets

Gin-lovers’ favourite The London Tonic Series have unveiled their sixth event, Beefeater Sip-Hop. Join the team on Saturday 22 April at the legendary Beefeater London for a performance from award winning hip-hop dance group Smother. All guests will receive two free gin cocktails!
 
Smother are the newest venture from 201 Dance Company’s Andrea Walker. The group received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016, and their latest show is a fast-paced exploration of obsession and commitment.
 
Beefeater Sip-Hop is on 22 April and will have two sessions throughout the day, 1.30-3.30pm & 3.30-5.30pm. The event is free but guests must book in advance online. Guests must be 18 or more years old. For more information about the event, visit the Beefeater website.


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