Dance Your Family Back in Time!

Well, April’s been a short month, hasn’t it?! We have some really exciting events coming up which I hope you’ll come along to. Especially if your children have been looking at the 1960s, World War Two, or the 1980s as their topic in school. All events are FREE!

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 Breakdance Dunbar, Friday 13th May, 2-3pm – Primary-aged children, 3-4pm, Secondary-aged young adults

 Join Psychostylez breakdancers to learn some moves from the 1980s. Come dressed appropriately in lots of neon, baggy t-shirts and tracksuits! It’s completely free to take part! Check out Psychostylez moves here! Tickets from John Muir’s Birthplace Museum.

 Musselburgh 1940s Tea Dance, Saturday 14th May

 1.30pm-3.30pm, for families

 Fancy dressing up in wartime outfits and learning some dances from the period? The Fly Right Dance Company will be on hand to teach children (and parents, grandparents or siblings) some fancy dances!  We’ll also be serving tea, juice and wartime themed cakes. Check out Susan and Gary from the Fly Right Dance Company here! East Coast FM will also be on hand to provide some lovely big band music. Tickets from Musselburgh Museum (on Musselburgh High Street)

1940s Dancers

The Fly Right Dance Company in 1940s outfits!

 Swinging 60s Afternoon at Prestongrange Museum, Sunday 15th May

 1.30pm-3.30pm, for families

 Want to learn the twist, jive or some funky 60s moves?! Plus get your make up done in a 60s style! Come along to the 1960s afternoon at Prestongrange. Beth, our dance tutor, is going to have people rocking around the museum. There will also be a fancy dress competition so come in your best 60s outfit – beehives, fancy suits and lots of colours! East Coast FM will also be on hand to provide some groovy 60s music. Tickets from Prestongrange Museum.

 Make sure you get your tickets today!! It’s all part of the Festival of Museums weekend, which means there are lots of great events across Scotland in museums.

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