Come and join us for a fabulous evening of Swing, all in aid of Wintercomfort, a Cambridge charity supporting the homeless or those at risk of losing their homes.
From 7:30pm – 11pm at St Paul’s, Hills Road, Cambridge.
Can’t dance? No excuse! Fun taster class at 8 to 8:30pm
Shellac Shake! After the taster class we will be taking you on a trip into music history and spinning the finest swinging tunes for your dancing pleasure from original vintage 78rpm shellac records, just as the artists and bands intended! Not an iPod, CD or laptop in sight! A rare treat not to be missed.
We will also be running a delicious cake stall!
£10 on the door. All money go to Winter Comfort, Cambridge Lindy Hoppers is covering the expenses of running the event.
Wintercomfort supports people who are homeless or at risk of losing their homes in Cambridge. See www.wintercomfort.org.uk
This event is in memory of Josie Camus and Michael Evans. Both were regular dancers and keen members of the Cambridge Lindy Hoppers and will be missed by all.
Wintercomfort was a charity particularly close to Josie’s heart, we aim simply to raise as much money as possible to help them continue their invaluable work with the homeless in Cambridge.
This event is also part of our Lindy Hopathon dance marathon, see more details here!