Wave goodbye to lockdown at Creative Dance London’s virtual disco, ‘Lock Up & Get Down’
After a year of unprecedented change, Creative Dance London is inviting adults of all ages to come together once more to the virtual dance floor. This is a chance to let go, move to music and connect with people from around the world.
Music has been a vital escape for many during the last 12 months, and the power music and dance have to bring us together cannot be underestimated. Join Creative Dance London on Saturday 3 April from 7-9pm and embrace the fact you can dance with no-one watching. This month the optional dress theme is 'Flower Power' - think flares, flowers, tie-dye and psychedelic patterns as we welcome in the first signs of spring. No long queues, no big crowds, no late-night taxis. Just you & the music!
DJ Sonny Syah will transport you around the globe with a mixture of music that is bound to get you moving. For £5 a ticket, you are invited to let loose and escape. DJ Sonny Syah is known for keeping people twirling across stages at Citadel & LoveBox festivals, plus dance floors of London's hottest nightspots. We can't wait to listen to him spinning his decks for this inclusive disco, funk and soul night.
There will be a Creative Dance London signature cocktail and mocktail recipe for you to try at home which will be included with your ticket.
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About Creative Dance London
Creative Dance London facilitates transformation through creativity, with a vision for a world that celebrates individuals for who they are. What started as a single dance class for adults in 2010 has grown into the multi-faceted organisation that Creative Dance London is today. CDL believes everyone should be able to dance freely, supporting inclusion, celebrating diversity and challenging stereotypes. CDL’s sessions offer something for everyone regardless of their experience in dance or movement, with sessions for active adults aged 60+ as well as mixed-aged groups.