Dance-Along Grease

@ Dance City

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18 February 2017

7:30pm

12.50 / £9.50 students & under 18s / £9.50 concession

Get your dancing shoes on and join us for a 50’s style dance-along to the big screen version of Grease. The night starts with everyone learning some fabulous dance moves led by your host Chris JS Wilson to some of Grease’s greatest songs. Then the screening begins and everyone joins in at the right moments, breaking into a huge ‘shakedown’ for the finale. Dance along to hit numbers including Summer Nights, Look At Me I’m Sandra Dee and You’re The One That I Want. Dig out your best retro outfit, big up your hair and groove on down to Dance City for a fantastic night out! Feel free to dress up in style. Audience feedback from our previous Dance-along Dirty Dancing: “One of the most feel good experiences I’ve ever had!” “We both had an absolutely lovely evening full of laughs! Everyone was dancing and we didn’t feel at all awkward!” “The atmosphere at the dance-along was so good – totally uplifting! Thank you for a fabulous Saturday.” Improve your retro moves by making a day of it with a special two hour workshop from 15:00 – 17:00 with Chris Stuart-Wilson.

Venue
Dance City
Temple Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4BR

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