So, Sunday 27 November actually happened! It was our first class in two and a half years and it was amazing, a little emotional, and so much fun! Thank you to everyone who came. It’s your energy and enthusiasm that make it all so special. I went home with a very full heart 💛 and very tired legs 🤣
Today, Sunday 11 December, we have our second Introduction to Lindy Hop Class and we’re following it with a beginner friendly, relaxed Tea Dance and Fuddle. I hope lots of you are able to join us again.
👉 You don’t need any experience or a partner for either the class or tea dance.
The class will add to the skills you learned last time but you don’t need to have been at that class to join us this time as we’ll start at the basics and build from there.
And, trust me, for the tea dance you’ll have learned enough in our intro class to be able to dance your way through a song, giggling away through missed moments and exploring all you’ve learned together with each partner. It’s the best way to embed your learning. Plus I’ll be running a Social Big Apple that no one needs any dance knowledge or skills to take part in.
Then of course it’s also a Fuddle. We invite you all to (please) bring a donation of food for a collective table for us all to share (it’s a tradition of ours). I provide the usual Tea, Coffee and Squash to drink (it’s really not a NLH class without tea ☕️😁) plus you can also bring your own if you’d like. It’s a great opportunity to sit and chat with everyone and get to know your fellow dance community. We’re a pretty friendly bunch 🥰
5:10pm – Doors open,
5:30pm Intro to Lindy Hop class,
6:30pm Tea Dance and Fuddle,
8:30pm (ish) wind down and pack up,
9:00pm Doors close
Obviously factor in a little ‘Lisa time’ flexibility to this schedule but pretty much this is the plan 🤣
£6 Class only,
£6 social only,
£8 class and social
(with the £2 top up going to the Trussell Trust to help everyone eat well this Christmas time).
The card reader worked well last week (so 🤞) but we also take cash.
St Christopher’s Church Hall, Trent Road, Sneinton, Nottingham.
(Around the corner from the Church which is on Collwick Road).
Free parking on street with a few spaces inside the gates.
I really hope to see lots of you fabulous people later today but whether you’re able to make it or not, I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and fabulously Happy Holidays to you all.
Thank you so much for your continued support of Nottingham Lindy Hop.
Much love, Lisa 😘