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Online: Mixed Ability Tap

For participants who enjoy a relaxed, non-pressured tap class to do at home. Over a series of four, 20 minute sessions you will learn a routine suitable for all abilities. Perfect if you want to try something new! All four sessions will be pre-recorded to complete at your leisure. 

What you need: Comfy clothes to move around in and plenty of water. 
Sessions will be accessible via Culture on Call week commencing Monday 16 November - see class access information below.  
Tutor: Lucy Kelleher 
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.

Tickets: £15 for four sessions 
Sessions: Accessible from  Monday 16 November
Book your space for Online: Mixed Ability Tap at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now! 
Class access information 
This class is delivered using pre-recorded video content. You will have access to these resources week commencing Monday 16 November 2020. If you are booking prior to the week of 16 November you will be notified via email when this content is available. If you are booking after the week of 16 November you will have access to content straight away. 

This class is designed to be progressive, with each video following on from the last, helping to build your experience over the course of the class. There are three videos in total. 

To access your class content you will need a device with an internet connection and speakers – a computer, laptop, phone or tablet should do the job. The content will be hosted on a private webpage. We will email you a link to the webpage to give you access, so please make sure your email address is correct at time of booking.
If you have any issues accessing your class our team is on standby to help. Simply email us at forest.arts@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk.
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