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Friday

"Represent your Scene"

Friday Night Social

with

The Last Chance Ragtime Band

 

Wear your scene's stash (or just whatever you like).

Signup for the Dinky Doors tour (Saturday morning) available.

19:30 - Registration & doors open

~20:00 - First band set

00:00 - Finish 

@Storey's Field Centre

Saturday

Dinky Doors Tour

11:00 - 13:30

Discover little known sights (get it?) and have an amazing time exploring Cambridge!

Our tour will take place all around central Cambridge, and take around 2.5 hours.

Spaces are limited to 20 people on the guided tour. There'll be a sign up sheet available on Friday night. If you miss out, you can self-guide using their app.

Start: @Reality Checkpoint, Parker's Piece

Finish: @St Paul's church

Board Games

12:00 - 16:30

Board games all afternoon. Bring your own or play with our range!

Lower Hall, @St. Pauls

Cambridge Community Circus
12:00 - 14:00
Beginner friendly,
What to wear: clothes you can comfortably move in
What to expect: a variety of ground-based circus-related activities! Juggling balls and clubs, diabolos, flower sticks, spinning plates, and more, with a skilled and experienced professional workshop leader.
Upstairs Hall, @St. Pauls

Steals Taster

14:15 - 15:15

Open to everyone, this taster will explore how to (consensually) steal other dance partners. Whether using this skill in a birthday jam, a snowball or a steals jam, it's super fun to learn how to swap partners and predict how and where people will be dancing. 

Upstairs Hall, @St. Pauls

Saturday Night

"Come join the Circus..."

with

Natty Congeroo

and the Flames of Rhythm

 Come dressed according to our theme! (But don't worry if costumes aren't your thing - it's not compulsory!)

19:30 Doors open

~20:15 - First band set

23:00 - Doors open in Blues Room

00:00 - Bedtime

@Storey's Field Centre

Blues Taster

15:30 - 16:30

Open to everyone, this taster will be a chance to try out your blues dancing (ahead of the blues room at the party later).

Blues dancing is a range of vernacular dances that developed alongside and were danced to blues music. It's incredibly varied - from lovely slow ballroomin' dances to quicker two steps to Delta sounds, but all have that driving pulse and grounded feeling which comes from its African American roots in the early 20th century. Fun (and sometimes funky) is our priority and we can get you dancing from the first step!  

Upstairs Hall, @St. Pauls

Sunday

Sunday Tea Dance

with

Corina Kwami

Bakers: we need you! Bring a cake! If you can make a note of the ingredients to put beside it for people with allergies, that'd be great.

Tea dance only tickets: £15 by card/contactless on the door.

12:00 - Doors open

~13:00 - First band set

16:00 - Go to the pub

@Storey's Field Centre

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Sunday Pub and Dancing

with

Django's Tiger

 

We'll have a corner of the pub. The pub serves food.

 

We'll clear a small dancing space, if you've got any energy left! Balboa and shag are popular choices.

~16:30 - First band set

@The Old Spring

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