The last 2018 edition of Tea and Dance Lessons at the Court House on December 11th was an enjoyable festive occasion looking ahead to Christmas.
These friendly sessions with coaching in the steps of ballroom classics from professional dance teachers will continue in the New Year. The will be on the first Tuesday of each month, with the exception of January, when it will be on Tuesday 8th to avoid New Year’s Day.
The sessions in the ballroom of the Jury Street Court House run from 2pm to 4pm, with tea, coffee, cake and time to chat in the interval. They cost just £2.50 to include the refreshments. No dancing experience is required and there’s no need to book. Just turn up, link up with a partner, and try out the waltz, social foxtrot, quickstep or perhaps a gentle tango.
The Tea and Dance Lessons are organised by Unlocking Warwick and the Town Council with support from the Big Lottery ‘Awards for All’ and the King Henry VIII Endowed Trust.