URBAN LINE DANCE MONTHLY LINE DANCE DISCO
At Wallington Village Hall,
Broadcut, Fareham PO16 8ST
7:30 to 10:30+ BYO
Come and join in the fun, dances from old favourites to the very latest.
Requests All Night 0-50 dances played. All levels catered for; Beginner to Advanced.
Contact Ray on 01329 315641 if you want to book a table.
Dates for 2018
Discos are usually on the 1st Sunday of the month
SUNDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 2018
SUNDAY 4th MARCH 2018
SUNDAY 8TH APRIL 2018
(2nd Sunday in April)
Disco Request Form.
(Click on this link for a request form you can print)
PLAY LIST ON SUNDAY 7TH JANUARY 2018
|2||Dans Le Tango|
|7||Blue Ain’t Your Colour|
|11||The Ghost of You|
|13||Scared Of The Dark|
|14||Slowly, Gently, Softly (SGS)|
|15||Dancin’ The Dust|
|16||I came To Love You|
|17||Let it Swing|
|22||The Ghost of You|
|23||Subeme La Radio|
|27||Tounge Tied Up/Boom Boom Bang|
|29||Water Off A Duck’s Back|
|31||Every Time She Walks By|
|32||Rose From The Sea (Rosa Del Mar)|
|37||So Just Dance Dance Dance!|
|40||Down On Your Uppers|
|42||Magical Mystery Ride|
DANCE FLOOR ETIQUETTE
Dance in lines! Listen to the DJ to know what dance is being played and for any floor-splits. Sit at the edge of the dance floor and make sure your chair does not get in the dancers’ way. Move forward when asked by the DJ – dancers may be struggling for space behind you. Leave the floor when the music ends, unless staying for the next dance. Be aware of others – take smaller steps when learning a dance or when a popular dance is being played (the dance floor may be fuller than normal). NEVER kick too high or jump with both feet off the floor – it’s not gymnastics!
Walk across the floor when the music is playing – always walk around. Try to join an existing line when where there is no room for you – it’s called ‘pushing in’! Bend down in the middle of the dance floor to tie shoe-laces – move away to the side. Carry drinks across the dance floor at ANY time – any and all spillages should be cleaned immediately.
A floor-split is when 2 dances are being done at the same time to the same piece of music – usually front & back. It is VERY important that space is left between the two sets of dancers to ensure there are no collisions when dancing. Partner dancing is occasionally done around the edge of the floor – it is acknowledged that partner dancers have right-of-way, so be aware and give them room. Everyone was a beginner once and newcomers should be encouraged – but please don’t get up for a dance you don’t know, or exit from the dance floor in the middle of the music. It is courteous to apologise to a fellow dancer if you bump into them or kick them accidentally!