What you need: Wear comfy clothes and bring plenty of water. Tap shoes not necessary for beginners. We also require participants over the age of 11 to wear face coverings in the centre.
Lucy has been tap dancing for almost 30 years and teaching for 5 years. Lucy teaches both children and adults, her youngest pupil being 4 years old and her oldest over 80 years old! Dancing is a great way to keep fit both physically and mentally and a great way to have fun. Forest Arts tap dancers have appeared at Christchurch Dance Festival, Be Involved New Milton and Bashley Fun Day and taken part the annual national Tapathon which raises money for Children in Need.
Lucy has been involved in dance and drama for many years and has performed, directed and choreographed for local amateur groups including New Forest Players, Milton Musical Society and Christchurch Gilbert & Sullivan Society. She teaches Clubbercise and Disco Fit and has run kids disco parties for several years. Lucy has also appeared on Sky's Got To Dance and performed in the Paralympic Opening Ceremony.
To help keep everyone safe, we’ve made some changes at Forest Arts Centre. We have introduced a number of measures in line with government guidelines to help manage our visitor numbers and ensure we maintain social distancing to protect you, our staff and volunteers. You can find out what we are doing at Forest Arts Centrehere. More information is available in ourFAQs. Please email email@example.com you have any enquiries. Activities are subject to change and this event will take place dependent on government guidelines in place at the time.
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