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Cut A Shine Family Barn Dance - Halloween Special

location

The Round Chapel, 1D Glenarm Road, London, London, E5 0LY

date

30 October 2021

| Doors open: 12:00


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Description

Cut A Shine Family Barn Dance

£6 per human, under 1s are free.


Oh Boy it's been a LONG time since we've all danced together, let alone all been in a room together... and we now mark the return of our Family Ceilidh and Barn Dances at the magnificent Round Chapel! With support from the Hackney Historic Buildings Trust, The Round Chapel throws open it's doors for us to dance all afternoon... we will have 2 hours of age appropriate dancing with lots of dances for tiny ones and slightly older children.. as well as a couple of ones for grown ups.


Timings

12pm - Doors Open

12:20 - 1pm - First Set of Dances

1pm - 1:30pm - Break

1:30 - 2:30 - Second Set of Dances

2:30 - 3pm - Rock n Roll Disco to finish


Facilities:

Fully Stocked Bar

Filter Coffee and Tea

Rice and Vegan Chill for lunch

Cakes, Soft Drinks and Healthy Snacks


Buggy Parking in the foyer please, there's plenty of room.

Baby Change Room.

Soft play area for crawlers

Halloween Themed Face Painting (£2 per child)


Diversity and Inclusivity Policy

Whilst the music and dances come from predominantly Anglo-saxon and Celtic culture, everyone is welcome to come enjoy the dancing and experience these aspects of the folk culture of the British Isles. We welcome family units of any type and configuration. We want to bring everyone together to dance together.



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