Weekly Timetable (w/c 25th September)

Hi everyone!

Welcome back!! I hope you’ve all had a restful and relaxing summer and are ready to join us again this term. Thank you to everyone who came and spoke to us at societies fair, it was really great getting to meet you all, and we hope to see you at the taster sessions.

Monday 25th:

Unfortunately, Craig cannot make it this week, so Rock ‘n’ roll will be back again next week!

Tuesday 26th:

🪩Beginners taster session (6 – 7 pm, Deb Hall)

🪩Novice taster session (7 – 8 pm, Deb Hall)

🪩Intermediate/advanced taster session (8 – 9 pm, Deb Hall)

The taster sessions are all FREE so please come along and drag your friends/flatmates/housemates along with you!

Also we’d like to thank Katie for agreeing to cover the taster sessions this week. Things will be back to normal from the following week.

Wednesday 27th:

🪩First sportsnight of the year!!

Pres will be at Liv’s at 9 pm. More details (theme, address…) can be found on the event page.

Friday 29th:

🪩Beginners practice (6 – 7 pm, Deb Hall)

🪩Open practice (7 – 10 pm, Deb Hall)

Saturday 30th:

🪩Beginners practice (1 – 2 pm, Deb Hall)

🪩Open practice (2 – 5 pm, Deb Hall)

Practices will be beginning with Ballroom first this week.

Notices for new members:

🪩We usually have our social class on Mondays (6 – 7 pm) and Rock ‘n’ Roll (7 – 8 pm). These will be starting again on the 2nd of October.

🪩We run private lessons on Tuesdays from 10 am – 6 pm, which you can get by filling in a form that is released on the facebook group and on the website, usually on Wednesdays.

🪩Beginners practices are open to only beginners. They are a committee-led practice session where beginners can learn/practice steps and routines in a more comfortable environment. All beginners are also more than welcome at open practice as well.

If you are unfamiliar with the class categories, here is a quick description:

Beginners – anyone who has never danced ballroom or latin before

Novice – people who have previous experience with ballroom and latin and are looking to learn more restricted syllabus steps

Intermediate/advanced – for people with a lot of experience or have competed at a high level.