"Soca Dance" is the name of a 1990 song written and recorded by the artist Charles D. Lewis. It was released as a single from his album Do You Feel It and became a summer hit, topping the charts in France and Belgium. The song also gave its name to the dance performed on it.
Beeraahaar Sweet Combination is Hackney’s first all-female Soca Dance Troupe providing workshops for young and old people alike in the skills of carnival craft. Teaching the art of the carnival, the composition of carnival music and street parading. They take part in over 25 events every year both National and International.
Time / Date Details
Time of day
All week 10am - 10pm
How to Get Here
Buses: 253, 254
Train: Stamford Hill
Tube: Manor House
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