Dance Society aim to give you the opportunity to try out new dance styles, improve your skills in those styles and have a fun time doing It! We want our society to be a place where you can come for 2 hours to let loose and have fun!
Our society has its doors open to anyone and everyone, so no matter what shape, size, ethnicity or ability you are - it doesn't matter. We are all there to have fun and learn.
If you join our free Interest List, you will be added to our mailing list temporarily. By being on the Interest List mailing list you will hear about the events we are hosting during Give It A Go Month. Give It a Go Month runs from 12th September - 12th October and is the perfect time to try out our society! If you wish to take part in our society after this time, you will need to make sure you pay for your annual membership to our society.
Please make sure you wear comfortable and flexible clothing. Suitable items would include leggings, shorts, jogging bottoms etc. Also, please ensure you bring a bottle of water with you and you’ll need your student card in order to gain access to the building.
NB: The following details relate to the 2019/20 academic year, but have been left to give you an outline of how the society works. decisions on teams and competition entry will be subject to adherence to government covid-19 regulations.
The competition team are likely to meet every week and will be made up of roughly around 20 dancers. we are looking for people who are able to commit to rehearsals and we're aiming to enter three university dance competitions in 2020.
Your membership fee should cover individual entry for all of the competitions but there may be additional costs required for insurance, costumes and transport.
The Varsity team are also likely to meet every week. The team will be made up of 20+ dancers and will be taught by an external teacher. This class will be more relaxed because it's not a competitive team, but you will perform at varsity - an inter-university sports tournament against Aston University - which takes place in April.
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