Unsure if swing dance is for you?
Join us on Friday 19th May 2014 for 45 minute Lindy Hop and Charleston taster sessions at 8pm, 9pm and 10pm.
Places are limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment!
Taster lessons will run from 8pm to 11pm and will be at The Black-E.
No partner required for any of the classes, and they are FREE!
These LightNight sessions are just a taster of what we teach on a weekly basis.
What is LightNight?
LightNightLiverpool 2017: Time
Friday 19 May 2017
17:00—late Venues across Liverpool city centre
This event is part of the eighth annual LightNightLiverpool, the free one-night arts festival,which will take place on Friday 19 May 2017. Visitors of all ages can join in with everything from large-scale light projections and live music to hands-on workshops, dancing, art and crafts, spoken word, street performance, theatre, late-opening exhibitions and walking tours. This year’s festival will feature over 100 free events, all exploring the theme of ‘Time’; the past, present and future of the city, it’s people and the world we live in, as well as the influence of time on scientific discovery.LightNight Liverpool is produced by local social enterprise Open Culture. Printed festival guides can be purchased from selected venues across the city centre (from early April),or pre-ordered online at www.lightnightliverpool.co.uk
LightNight is Liverpool’s one-night arts festival, taking place annually in May since 2010. It is produced by social enterprise Open Culture, who are also responsible for projects including Tickle the Ivories, the Summer and Winter Arts Markets, and the Snowflake Trail. A unique collaborative event between over 100 organisations, with events staged across 50 city centre venues, the festival aims to raise the profile of the arts in Liverpool; to develop audiences, foster collaboration and offer a platform for both established and emerging artists.