Wannabe dancers are invited to try their hand at some of the world’s most popular as well as some of the lesser-known moves this Sunday, November 17.
Between 2pm and 8pm a Day of Dance celebration at St Ninian’s Church Hall in Castle Douglas, open to anyone over the age of 16, will give the opportunity to try out different types of dance such as Biodanza, Margaret Morris Movement, Zumba, Pop dance, Arabian to Hollywood, and Contact Improvisation for free. There will also be the opportunity to pick up information on the wide range of opportunities to get involved with dance across the region. To reserve a place on the workshops please email: email@example.com or telephone 07747040732.
The Day of Dance is organised by the Dance and Movement Practitioners Network with support from Sara Lockwood and Sara Jackets in their role as Creative Business Advocates for Dance with the CABN (Creative Arts Business Network) New Work Project.
The aim of the network is to bring dance professionals, businesses and organisations together to raise the profile of dance within the region and highlight the wide range of opportunities to dance available.
If you are involved in dance in the region and would like to learn more about the network, or to highlight what you have to offer at the Day of Dance please email Sara Lockwood firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Jackets on email@example.com.