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*** Happy Easter -
*** Wednesday Strictly Dancercise 6.30pm at Westside Community Centre -
Weekend Private Lessons now bookable Saturday mornings & Sunday afternoons £45 for up to 6 people
Got a fundraising event coming up? Ask us about donating a raffle prize!
You may be thinking you have to know all sorts of Ballroom dances to come to a tea dance, but nothing could be further from the truth. Tango dancers hold tea dances, Modern Jive dancers hold tea dances, and now American Jive dancers can come to a tea dance again -
You don't need to be an expert dancer -
For some, the Tea Dance is their monthly visit, others may have been out of the loop for even longer – I think the record was about 10 years!!! Even if you feel a bit ‘rusty’, do come along – it soon comes back, and there’s no pressure on you to dance to every song. Dance when you want to, otherwise watch the dancing, catch up with friends and enjoy some nibbles.
Please don’t feel that you’re not good enough to come along if you’ve only just done your first Beginners course, there will be all standards and no judgement – just enjoy yourselves. Our Tea Dance is a good gentle way to introduce yourself to social dancing, with people that you know in a friendly environment. And although I’m running the afternoon, I hope to be able to have a few dances myself and certainly won’t be going round telling people they did something wrong. At Tea Dances, I’m not teacher, but just another dancer, and I'm always really pleased (and grateful!) when someone asks me to dance. The only person that has been banned is Craig Revell Horwood!
Free tea, coffee and nibbles are available throughout the afternoon, and just so you get your tea or coffee exactly as you like it, we let you help yourselves. But you are welcome to bring your own refreshments too (and we don’t mind the non-
Tea Dances are on Sundays of the month from 3.00-
Tea Dances will be back again in the spring