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New Seated Dance class at Meadowfields Community Centre!

As part of the Prime Time project at Meadowfields Community Centre, Spiral Dance will be running a new session on Fridays from the 5th July! The session is called Prime Time Seated Dance, and provides a fun and enjoyable alternative to armchair exercise. Listen to good music, get creative with pom poms, balls and glittery hats, and meet new friends at this exciting new session. Targetted at adults aged 50+ and suitable for those recovering from illness or injury, the session is ideal for anybody that wants to exercise in a fun and social way.

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Fridays from 11.30am-12.30pm
Meadowfield Community Centre, Eafield Road, Rochdale.
£2 (or £1 with Prime Time Gold membership)

Please call Spiral Dance (07415772820) or Meadowfield Community Centre (01706 648005) for more information.

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Rochdale Borough Dance Showcase!

2013 Creativity Moves Flyer

Following on from last year’s success of Dance Meets Sport, Spiral Dance and Oulder Hill Community School are working in partnership once again to deliver a dance platform in Rochdale. Last year was the first year that the school and charity joined forces, and they delivered a spectacular event in which twelve groups performed choreography created around an Olympic Theme. Following on from this success, they are presenting an evening of dance on the 24th March at Gracie Fields Theatre called CREATIVITY MOVES!
The showcase celebrates the diversity of dance by exhibiting a variety of dance styles and themes. It aims to include all ages and abilities to explore who can dance, why people dance and what dance is. This year fourteen groups from across the boroughs of Rochdale, Bury and Oldham, are coming together to present dances based around the theme creativity and colour. Spiral Dance have received some fantastic applications from dance groups of all ages, and the showcase sounds like it will make you smile and tap your toes along to the music.
Tickets can be purchased from the Gracie Fields Theatre Box Office: 01706 716689.

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Adults Dance Workshop and Performance Opportunity

Are you a dancer or performer? Do you want to develop your dance performance skills? Would you like to meet other dancers or performers in your area? Would you like the opportunity to perform in a local showcase?

Spiral Dance are offering a FREE dance opportunity for individuals looking to develop their dance skills! This intensive will give you the opportunity to choreograph and perform a dance as part of a team and to perform in front of a live audience. The dance will be fun and creative to get the audiences toes tapping! The piece will be performed on the 24th March at Gracie Fields Theatre in the CREATIVITY MOVES showcase!

Open to:
Dance Teachers/Artists looking to network.
A-Level or BTEC performing arts students.
Performers in any discipline that want to develop their dance skills.
Anybody aged 16+ that has some dance experience and would like to have a go!

Creation dates: 3rd March 2013 (10am-4pm), 10th March 2013 (10am-4pm)
Performance Date: 24th March 2013 (4pm-8pm).

Creation and rehearsals will be held at the Broadwater Centre in Rochdale. This is on Smith Street opposite Mecca Bingo and near the bus station.

Please contact Lucy at Spiral Dance on 07415772820 or [email protected]

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Creativity Moves!

Bury Youth Dance at last years ‘Dance Meets Sport’ showcase.

Spiral Dance are proud to announce that this years Rochdale Borough Dance Showcase will be hosted in partnership with Oulder Hill Community School at Gracie Fields Theatre on the 24th March 2013.

The showcase provides a platform to exhibit the variety of dance happening across the borough of Rochdale, within the community, education and private dance schools. We are also inviting applications from our neighbouring boroughs of Oldham and Bury.  The showcase celebrates the diversity of dance by exhibiting a variety of dance styles and themes.  The showcase aims to include all ages and abilities to explore who can dance, why people dance and what dance is.

This year the theme is fun, creativity and colour! We are asking for groups to be as creative as possible with their dance ideas using inspiration from a prop, story, picture or simply a wacky idea.

Forms are currently available for any local dance group that would like to apply to perform and the deadline is the 30th November 2012. The event is hugely popular so a panel of artists will pick a certain number of groups to perform in order to get a good mix of ages, dance styles and themes that will represent the variety of dance happening across the borough! Information and forms can be found here: http://spiraldance.co.uk/#/current-projects/4553304664

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