over 60s dance project


An opportunity for senior citizens in our City to come together and show the world that they are a vital part of the community. Whether you have danced before or have never danced a step in your life – WE NEED YOU! If you or your group/club would like to get involved please contact Dance House on 0141 552 2442 quoting ‘STILL DANCING’. In partnership with Glasgow Life, Dance House is involved in delivering a dance performance project called STILL DANCING.

This project is for the over 60s and will culminate in a performance for the opening ceremony of the World Congress on Active Ageing to be held at the SECC in August 2012.

We are presently wishing to ‘recruit’ new participants and encourage them to be involved in this exciting, innovative and challenging project. With this in mind, Norman Douglas – the STILL DANCING choreographer will be in Glasgow from 26th October until 2nd November.  During this time Norman will be offering dance/movement sessions to any groups who may be interested in having a dance experience and learning more about STILL DANCING.

If you could identify any groups within the City that would be interested in having Norman visit them in their community centre, please could you ask them to get in touch with Sheila McCubbin at Dance House.  0141 552 2442   sheila@dancehouse.org

Alternatively there will be practical sessions (as part of Dance House’ Always Dancing activities) on the following dates, please drop in to find out more and experience a bit of STILL DANCING:

Couper Institute, Clarkston Road, Glasgow  G44               Tues 25 Oct and Tues 1 Nov from 14.00 – 15.00     Free

Partick Burgh Halls, Burgh Hall Street, Glasgow G11        Wed 26 Oct and Wed 2 Nov from 14.00 – 15.30      £3.00 donation

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