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Published April 9th 2014
Lose Your Left Feet For Good
Image from shoreditchtownhall.com
If you have always wanted to learn how to dance, then you couldn't find better value for money than at Shoreditch Town Hall, where they have a variety of dance classes and social dancing scheduled till june.
London Swing Dance Society
Every Monday until the 28th April, the London Swing Dance Society will teach you the dances from the 1900s-1920s. Tickets are £10 for a three hour class that lasts between 7pm - 10pm. During that time you will learn two to three dances:
One Step, Foxtrot, Castle Walk & Peabody The Maxixe, Waltz & 20s Tango Charleston & Cakewalk
On the 22nd April & 9th June, there will be a Tea Dance from 1.30pm-4.30pm. Tickets are £4-£5, and it is a chance to dance in the grand Victorian Assembly Hall, share tea and cake, and be entertained by 'Mr Wonderful'.
Beginners' Dance Class
If you have never danced before, then this is the class for you. On the 9th June, between 12pm-1pm, there will be a beginners' dance class in the Assembly Hall. Taught by former world dance champion, Raymond Root, you will learn the basics steps from a variety of styles, such as swing, Latin American, and the ballroom's foxtrot and quickstep.