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Led by Leticia Abella Iglesias
A great way to start the weekend - discover the rhythm and passion of Flamenco! Step into the atmosphere of Andalusia - its movements and music. Start by learning the basic steps and progress through the courses, in a relaxed and fun environment!
NEW class intermediate! If you would like to improve your technique and learn new moves, sign up for the intermediate course (+2 years experience).
Fri 13 Jan - 17 Feb
Fri 24 Mar - 28 Apr (exc 7 Apr)
6.45pm - 7.45pm
£12 per session | £60 per 6 week course | £50 per 5 week course
Led by Tango Journey
Tango is a social dance. All across the country people gather in village halls to socialise and dance to the music of 1930s/40s Buenos Aires.
The course is suitable for beginners and for those that want to refresh the fundamentals of the dance. You will learn how to dance with a partner, with the music and within a group.
You will learn a little about the history and culture of tango and you will be given music and film clips to enjoy at home. Above all you will have fun!
4 May - 8 Jun exc 25 May and 22 Jun - 27 Jul, exc 15 Jun, 13 Jul
8pm - 9pm
£12 per session | £50 per 5 week course | £40 per 4 week course
Led by Julie Potter
This class is suited to those who have been practising for at least 6. My intention for this class is to move our practise forward, explore different avenues and approaches to the traditional postures. We will be aiming to be going deeper into ‘awareness’ and ‘noticing’.
The yoga I teach is an evolution of over 20 years of practice and study, perhaps moving away from ‘external’ evaluation of the postures and moving towards an ‘internal’ sense of the postures, moving away from the more used traditional approach of systemised yoga to a more experiential approach. Whilst looking at traditional Hatha Yoga postures and pranayamas, I will be encouraging fun and freedom within the traditional structure, whilst taking into our awareness fundamental anatomical and functional aspects required by our bodies for maximum wellbeing benefits.
Please bring a blanket, a yoga / Pilates mat, and wear loose comfortable clothing.
5 May - 2 Jun (5 weeks)
9 Jun - 7 Jul ( 5 weeks)
14 Jul - 18 Aug, exc 28 Jul (5 weeks)
£10 per session | or £35 per 5 week course
This class will take place both in person and online via Zoom.
You will find the link to access the session in your booking confirmation email
Led by Dr Marta Mathea Radwan
Norden Farm’s Daytime Choir is a fun, friendly, non-auditioned choir for everyone. We learn by ear, so you don’t need music experience. Our music ranges from gospel, world and jazz to pop and classical - anything that sounds great and is a joy to sing. Joining us is a great way to meet people and sing your stress away.
5 May - 9 Jun (6 weeks), 16 Jun - 21 Jul, exc 30 Jun (5 weeks)
drop in 11 Aug and 18 Aug
2pm - 3.30pm
£12 per session | £50 for 5-week course
Suitable for 18+ years
About the tutor
Dr Marta Mathea Radwan is an award-winning vocalist, composer and musical director. Heralding from Poland and with over 30 years' experience in musical performance, Marta conducts choirs around London, including: jazz group Alle Choir London, Offbeat a cappella community choirs in Acton and Richmond, and Singing for Fun groups at Brunel University London.
Led by Kate Hughes
Join Kate Hughes of Kate Hughes Meditation for an hour of mindfulness, designed to promote calm and awareness.
During the session we will explore breathing techniques, different kinds of meditation, and various mindfulness exercises including some gentle movement (this can be adapted to suit all mobility levels).
No experience of meditation or mindfulness is required, and these sessions are suitable for you if you are an absolute beginner or have done some kind of mindfulness practice before.
Please wear comfortable clothing. The session will end with a relaxation exercise and you may wish to bring your own mat and blanket, although these will be provided.
19 May, 2 Jun, 14 Jul, 18 Aug
7pm – 8pm
£12 per session
Led by Annet Bowler
Zumba with Annet is a fun, easy to follow, dance based class. Get fit and exercise in disguise to uplifting Latin rhythms!
This 60 minute class feels more than a party that exercise class. It suits all levels of ability and beginners are very welcome.
Zumba is a total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility.
It can help make you feel happy, healthy, strong, amazing, unstoppable and confident!
Sat 13 May - 10 Jun, 17 Jun - 15 Jul, - 22 Jul - 19 Aug
11.30am – 12.30pm
£7 per class | £30 for 5 sessions a term
Suitable for ages 18+ years.
Led by Sophie Keaveney
Do you like to crochet or knit? Join us for a relaxed and creative get together over a drink of your choice.
Suitable for those with experience of crochet / knitting.
Please bring your own project along. Some spare needles and wool will be available.
This class will take place both in person and online via Zoom.
If you are taking part online, you will find the link to access the session in your booking confirmation email
Wed 3 May, 7 Jun, 5 Jul, 2 Aug
7pm – 8.30pm
£6 including a drink from the bar | £3 online
Led by Kim Wright
This floral design course is for those who are new to floral design as well as those with some experience. I will guide the learners with demonstrations followed by practical work which will give them the confidence to develop their own floral designs each week. They will be shown how to prepare flowers and foliage, how to create gifts and how to decorate a party, home or just for a pleasure.
Please note that the materials are not provided. Learners will need to bring their own Floristry materials such as flowers, foliage, scissors, containers and some other materials each session to be able to create their own floral design. I will advise them each month.
17 May, 21 Jun, 12 Jul
11am - 1pm
£32 per session
Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet! put on fabulous, feelgood 70s and 80s disco nights for grown-ups at venues across London and the South East - and we’re delighted to welcome them back for another funk- tastic party.
HSDY nights are recommended by everyone from Time Out and The Guardian to Stylist and Radio 4 and they have been described as 'Abba collides with Saturday Night Fever in a glorious mash up'.
Dapper DJ Lord Anthony will be on the decks playing all your favourite soul, funk and disco tunes and our wonderful HSDY dancer, Lady Boo will be showing you the moves to everything from Car Wash (complete with shiny rags) and I Wanna Dance with Somebody, to the 1979 Gonzales hit, Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet, after which they take their name.
If you fancy dressing up (it’s not obligatory, but lots do) there are prizes for the best retro outfits, and free sweets and ice pops too.
In the words of Shalamar, it’s going to be 'a night to remember!'
10% profits from HSDY nights go to Cancer Research UK
This is a standing/dancing event with some unallocated seating
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