Details
Date:

May 18

Time:

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Event Category:

Bisexual & Lesbian Women in Manchester, Manchester, Meetup

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Organizer

Bisexual & Lesbian Women in Manchester

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Venue

LGBT Foundation

5 Richmond St

Manchester, GB

Dance workshop
Skills workshop for LGBTQ+ women*
Saturday 18th May – 2-4pm – LGBT Foundation
To book your free place, please email women@lgbt.foundation.

Love Strictly? Been stuck for moves at a wedding or night out?

Come along to this introductory lesson to the Cha-Cha-Chá – a Cuban dance whose steps can be used again and again. Have fun, a laugh and try out a new skill!

Want to learn some dance steps in a space that won’t gender them? This is for you! You’re welcome to come with a dance partner, but the majority of the class will be learning as individuals.

This workshop will be a basic introduction to the dance, it does tend to use the whole body but can be adapted accordingly. Please get in contact if you have any accessibility needs around engaging with the workshop.

Advice: Please wear comfy clothes. Flat shoes (ideally pumps/trainers), or no shoes recommended for beginners. Heels are welcome, if you’re confident in walking in them.

To book your free place, please email women@lgbt.foundation.

Monica is a silver medallist in Latin American and Ballroom dancing and has a passion for dancing. They believe everyone can dance – and there’s no ‘right’ way to – but there are some steps that can help build up confidence to start you off! Even if you think you can’t, dance is about feeling the beat and much more than footwork.

*This event is for for all self-identifying women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer or questioning, all or part of the time, including trans women, B.A.M.E women and women of colour, older women, disabled/neurodivergent women, women who are seeking asylum or have no recourse to public funds, women of all faiths and backgrounds, and non-binary/gender fluid people and transfeminine people who want to access a women-centred space.

We try to make our services welcoming and accessible to all; if you have any specific access requirements, please let us know ahead of time and we’ll do what we can to help.