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Join us on this one-off session learning or practicing Spanish while enjoying making paella and tapas.
-BYOB (first glass of wine on us)
-Spanish and cooking lesson
Wednesdays, from 6.30pm in Central London (Fitzrovia), only £59 per person
We also BESPOKE workshop for families, companies, group of friends.
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David has twenty years of experience in developing and providing training. He has been working in Spain, US, Chile and UK developing workforce development training programs and dynamics for Universities and companies. David has a master’s degree in Chemistry from Salamanca University; he is a Certified from Harvard University in Science and Cooking. You will not only learn the HOW you will also learn the WHY.
Price : 59 £
Max Availability : 10
Difficulty : Beginner
Location : Fitzrovia in house
Typology : voucher
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