Posted: Tue 22nd Oct 2019

Strictly Cymru Heat 2 – Wrexham

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This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Oct 22nd, 2019

Strictly Cymru Heat 2 – Wrexham

Location: Llay Miners Institute

Date / Time: 28th and 29th November

Prices: free



Get your groove on with Strictly Cymru — Wales’ first and only inclusive dance competition

No dance experience required, just a willingness to move to the beat. We are hosting six heats across Wales between October 2019 and February 2020. Each heat will be run over two days with both wheelchair and inclusive categories.

Day one: 28th November: Join our workshop and learn a routine.
Day two: 29th November: Attend a refresher workshop and perform your routine for our judges at the heat final.

Heat winners will be offered 1-2-1 lessons with our dance instructors to prepare for the Grand Final on Saturday 2 May, where they will perform their routine under the grand lights of the glitter ball.

We will also be inviting all finalists to a complimentary celebration meal the night before in South Wales

Day 1: Workshop
Inclusive workshop: 10 am – 12 pm
Wheelchair workshop: 1 pm – 2 pm
Day 2: Rehearsals and final
Inclusive rehearsals: 10 am
Wheelchair rehearsals: 11 am
Final: 1 pm – 2:30 pm

book your place https://www.leonardcheshire.org/where-we-work/our-work-wales/strictly-cymru/heat-two-wrexham



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