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Lindy Hop Class in Newcastle

About the Weekly Class

Intermediate Class 19:30
Beginner Class 20:30
Practice 21:30
Ends 22:30

Those joining intermediates need to have some previous experience & a basic tool kit which is covered in the beginners’ class. So to start with, come along at 20:30 - or anytime before to register, watch the other class, relax before the beginners start.

For the 21:30 practice, some people will leave after the beginners class, many stay to practise, ask questions, mix & mingle. Feel free to leave when you want. 

Lindy Jazz is passionate about sharing the joy of learning to swing dance and runs regular classes, workshops and events throughout the northeast, including DJam an annual international swing dance festival attended by 350 dancers from all over the world!

Swing dancers will typically mix Lindy Hop and Charleston moves interchangeably as they dance and these are the dance styles you’ll be learning. Ideally try to start from the first class but joining partway through is not a problem. The best thing to do is to get started!

Lindy Hop is a partner dance - but because it has its origins in street dance, it is a lot less formal than many ballroom dances. Later called the ‘Jitterbug,’ Lindy Hop exploded in popularity across the U.S. in the 1930-1950’s.

Lindy Hop can be a fast or slow dance and can be danced to every kind of music, from big band tunes to hip-hop. It is high energy, a lot of fun and can be danced at all major swing events and band nights, so you’ll be shown the techniques and moves needed to do it with confidence!

Come along with smooth-soled shoes, preferably with a low heel or you can wear trainers with a smooth-sole. Clothing can be anything informal and comfortable. Why not add a vintage touch with a flower in your hair or wear some braces to get you in the mood?

Joo-Lee & her team create hugely entertaining & engaging lessons. With feet firmly on the ground they help new beginners to find their rhythm & experienced dancers to add finesse to their technique.

We're looking share this joyful dance with you!

 

 

 

When?

Tuesday, 28 March 2017, from 19:30 to 22:30
This class normally runs every Tuesday.

How Much?

 
Price
First Visit
£0.00
Drop in Visitor
£10.00
Six Appeal (6 sessions)
£49.00
Dirty Dozens (12 sessions)
£87.00
Two to Tango ( 12 sessions x 2)
£77.00
Social dancing
£4.00

Where?

Gosforth Parish Hall

Gosforth Parish Hall, South Gosforth, NE3 1YT

Beautiful hall, great dancefloor, what more do you want or need!

Very close to South Gosforth Metro station (around fifteen minutes ride from Central Station), so extremely convenient travel-wise.

Free parking at the venue.