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Booking opens in October.
Explore dance tunes for ceilidhs and social dances from England, France, Scotland and Sweden in this fun, friendly and welcoming workshop day. Learn how to work out harmonies and accompaniments to enrich and enhance your playing.
The day offers an inspirational mix of tutored group learning, and an opportunity for everyone to learn and play together. Tunes will be learnt by ear, with sheet music available during the day.
The day starts at 10.00 and finishes at 4.30pm. Cost: £30 (excl. lunch). Drinks provided. Venue: Bungay Community Centre, Old Grammar Lane, Bungay, NR35 1PU. Free parking.
Places limited, so please book in advance via: email@example.com
Further details on the Mardles website. Phone: 07814110784 if you have any questions
Saturday 25th November in Bungay.
A very warm welcome awaits everyone living in the Waveney Valley at our first ceilidh dance in Bungay in the new community centre. Easy dances, lots of laughs, and an opportunity to meet new people.
We’ll be dancing to recorded music with a caller. The ceilidh starts at 3pm and finishes at 6pm, with a scrumptious Scottish themed finger buffet midway.
No need to bring a partner, or to have had previous ceilidh dance experience. All dances will be explained and walked, and friendly club members will be on hand to welcome you.
Relax, have fun, make new friends, and discover the health and wellbeing benefits of ceilidh and Scottish country dancing. Contact Jo Poole for further details: 07814110784.
An exhibition of new art celebrating the words and ‘shewings’ of Julian of Norwich will be showing in three churches in Norwich between 18th October and 16th November.
This exhibition, which celebrates the 650th anniversary of Julian’s visions, is being displayed in St John’s Timberhill (opposite John Lewis shop), St Julian’s on Rouen Road, and St Stephen’s in Rampant Horse Street, next door to M&S.
Featured artists include Nicky Stainton, who has collaborated with Sian Croose to create an installation which will enfold you in beautiful sounds, images and evocative smells! The other artists, using a range of media including film and script, come from Norfolk, Scotland and America. There is also a programme of free family arts activities on 26th October.
For information about these and to check on opening times as the exhibition will not be open during service times click here www.julianofnorwich.org