Friday, 14 March 2008

Dance in Plymouth and my gorgeous Indian meal.


Firstly Thanks to my Husband for the beautiful Indian meal he treated me to at Cafe Indiya in Stoke, it is my favourite Indian restaurant and the food never fails to disappoint, I had Tandoori Paneer to start followed by Sag Aloo, Chana Massalla and a divine main course of Tuna Malabari.

Well I am happy to report that dance in Plymouth is looking good. I am amazed at how many different kinds of dance are on offer and thought I would share some of them with you. I will start with Feet First, an event which is happening this weekend. The event has been organised by the Tavistock Lions and Wren music, admission is free and will include workshops in singing, dance and music as well as dance performances by primary schools, dance groups and young wren groups, this is all happening at Tavistock college on Saturday 15th March and looks set to be a great day out for kids.

I would like to congratulate local street dancer Chris Gilchrist on his successes, it is great to see a local guy doing so well, My husband remembers Chris when he first approached Saints regarding doing street classes, Chris has come along way since then ad I wish him every success with his venture. Chris is now teaching Street dance at the Italia Conti academy of Theatre Arts in Plymouth.

Examples of other activities happening in and around Plymouth including the following:

Lisa's flamenco lessons at La Tasca Bar and restaurant, for more details call Lisa on 077757 008397.

Fancy a bit of Latino dancing then look no further then the YMCA kitto centre, classes are held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, cal 01752201918 for full details.

Line dancing with Kathy at the Citybus social club - Call Kathy on 07879 691449.

Amanda's pop kids, this sounds like a great venture and is aimed at pre school children The idea s to motivate children into fitness and also help them improve their social skills, the website is full of information or you can cal 01752 791144.

If you are inspired by Strictly come dancing ten why not try a bit of ballroom and sequence dancing at the Matchroom suite in Plympton, classes cost £3 per person, call 01752 347089 to book.

Last but certainly not least is attitudes dance run by the lovely Dani & Claire, they offer a range of dance classes from those aged 5 to 85 why not visit their website or call them on 07725848046 / 07809 760261.

Keep an eye for future blogs from yours truly including a new challenge for the proposed life centre, the placebo effect, the new addition to my menagerie and other meetings with my soap box, I will leave you with an amazing video of a guy using a spinning Mallakhamb pole - be prepared to be gobsmacked!









Stay Healthy,

Sam x

5 comments:

AmyTree said...

Oh he's gorgeous!!! (The video goes a little wonky towards the end). Have you seen Dmitry Bulkin and Irina Kazakova??
x

Glamourpuss said...

Gobsmacking indeed. Huge, er, packet, too. Sorry. Couldn't help but notice.

And I love the idea of you sitting in restaurants photographing your food!

Puss

Jennifer said...

Hi i just wanted to know where i go to get to your classes and when they are.

If you could just e-mail me back some details that would be excellent; disolvedgirl@hotmail.co.uk

Thanks.

ArtofdanceJo said...

Oh wow, such control! Unbelievable. I want my parallel handstands to look like that!
Jo
xxxx

Anonymous said...

hello I too would like to find out some details of your classes in plymouth, if you have time please can you email me,

lottie_bo_peep@hotmail.com

thanks.