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A dance class with a twist for adults and older (!) young people

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We are establishing a new type of dance class.  It's a dance class for those that want to move, whether they have experience or not, and for those who want to meet up, socialise and have a blether with some others.  We are calling it The Shaper/Caper Social Club and we run it once a month.  We are thinking drink, banter, laughing and dancing.  What do you think? Up for it?  Tell your friends too because the more the merrier and all that eh? 

 

We can only run these once-a month sessions with a minimum of 10 participants, so here is the science: 5 of you book two tickets each and drag your beastie along. Voila!

 

Social Club Details:

WHEN?:
Thursdays from January 2018.

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TIME?:
From 6.30pm to 8.30pm.  6.30pm to 7.30pm is a dance class at The McManus and 7.30pm to 8.30pm is the social at local bar Brewdog. 


WHO?:
Suitable for anyone over the age of 16 BUT 16 and 17 year olds can only attend the dance class part.  You don't need any experience to take part. 

WHAT?:
The Social Club will start off with an hour long dance class exploring various dance techniques and learning sections from our critically acclaimed touring productions.  The Social Club then moves from the barre to the bar for a blether about all things dance and cultural over a nice drink! First drink FREE (spirit or soft drink only) for standard ticket holders with discounts on further drinks!

WHERE?:
The dance class will take place at The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum and the social will take place across the road at Brewdog.  Enter The McManus via the North entrance (by the Queen Victoria Statue - it might look closed but the door is definitely open!).   

 


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Terms of Service:  

18+ only and one drink per ticket, no beers or wine, spirit or soft drink only. 

Shaper/Caper does not advocate for an irresponsible use of alcohol. Please drink in moderation and balance.  Click the links below for further information about alcohol consumption:

  1. http://www.gov.scot/Topics/Health/Services/Alcohol/safer-drinking
  2. https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/
  3. http://www.healthscotland.scot/health-topics/alcohol/alcohol