WCS Exeter

Exeter Monthly WCS Workshop & Tea Dance

With Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles

13:00-18:00, Sunday 15 December 2019

You’re all invited to join us for our last monthly WCS workshop of the year & Annual Christmas Party at the Coaver Club, Exeter on Sunday 15 December 2019!

This year has once again flown by and it’s been wonderful to see the growth of our WCS community in the West!

The format will be slightly different this year! Catriona will be teaching a fun Line Dance class to kick start the afternoon. Suitable for all levels. No experience necessary!

This will be followed by a 2 part multi-level workshop covering vital tools, tips and techniques which will help you on your WCS journey!

As usual, we will be offering a FUNdamentals review class with GPDIA (Global Professional Dance Instructors’ Association) certified instructor Sally Fullwood for our newer dancers wishing to consolidate their basics in a more one-on-one setting.

The afternoon will be topped off with an extended 2 hours of pure WCS Christmas freestyle time for everyone from 16:00-18:00 with music supplied by newly appointed resident deejay Jim Edwards! All will be made welcome! We will then be heading out for dinner & drinks. Location TBC. It’s an open invitation and I’m open to suggestions for a dinner location!

Venue

Coaver Club
Matford Lane
Exeter
Devon
EX2 4PS

  • Free Onsite Parking
  • Fully Licensed Bar
  • Complimentary Tea, Coffee & Snacks
  • Easily Accessible From M5
  • 15-20 Minute Walk From Exeter City Centre

Price

£20 – Workshop if payment is received more than 7 days in advance
£25 – Workshop if payment is received less than 7 days in advance, availability permitting
£5 – Tea Dance only
Free – Juniors up to and including age 18

Booking

To book, email cat@westcoastswing.co.uk or call 07881 641400. Then choose from the following payment options;

Option 1 – Make cash payment at any venue
Option 2 – Pay via bank transfer. Email for details
Option 3 – Send cheque made payable to C. Wiles

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