The first Tea and Dance Lessons of the twenty-twenties took place in the Court House on January 28th, with some guests trying ballroom dancing for the first time and others reviving skills that had lain dormant “for more years than I care to remember”.
The Tea and Dance Lessons take place from 2pm to 4pm in the elegant Regency ballroom on the fourth Tuesday of every month. No experience is required, as professional dance teacher Chris leads guests through the steps of the waltz and social foxtrot, and sometimes the cha-cha, the tango and the jive. All are taken at a steady pace, and there’s tea, cake and time to chat in the interval.
If you know of someone who would enjoy an afternoon of gentle ballroom dancing in pleasant company, suggest they turn up at the Court House in Jury Street and have a go. There’s no need to book. The sessions cost just £2.50 to include the refreshments.
The next afternoon dance lessons, organised by the Unlocking Warwick volunteers and the Town Council, will be on Tuesday 25th February at 2pm.