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Monday Night Blues

Mondays 

@ Upstairs at The Emperor: 21 Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 1NW

 

7.30pm – 8.30pm

All levels class in blues partner dancing​

 

8.30pm – 10.30pm

Social dance (with regular live music performances! check calendar)

 

​£6 (non-members) / £5 (members)

+£2 when live music

 

Join us!
  • Beginners are welcome

  • No partner needed! You'll get to dance with everyone

  • No need to sign up in advance. Just join us on the day

What to bring?
  • Comfy, loose fitting clothing 

  • Flat soled trainers or a small heel are perfect, and it’s not necessary to wear leather soled shoes

  • Avoid wearing jewellery as it can scratch and get broken

  • A bottle of water

  • Cash for the entry

  • A Smile! We're a friendly bunch :)

Connect with us: Blues Cambridge Facebook!

About Blues Dancing

WATCH NOW 

Blues dance!

Awesome, isn't it?

Check out our YouTube Blues Playlist for more videos. 

What is Blues Dancing?


Blues is a modern name given to a family of dances, danced to blues, jazz, and related music. Blues dance, as a style, grew naturally along with the music. It combines elements of both African dance and European partnered dancing and is often danced with a simple one- or two-step basic, meaning there is less reliance on patterns, and more emphasis on creativity, style, and partnership. The simplicity of blues dance makes it easy to pick up, and allows for rich variations within your dance.
 

Not danced much Blues before?


… Great! We’d love to introduce you! Not only will you have an awesome time trying out this wonderfully delightful and varied dance, but it will also help improve your swing dancing and/or other partnered dancing by giving you the tools to RELAX, improve your partnered CONNECTION and help to UNLEASH YOUR CREATIVITY on the dance floor.
 

Already know some Blues?


Awesome, come and learn some new moves or tune your technique. Either way, no need to bring a partner: you can dance with everyone.
So what are you waiting for come along and give it a go!