Monthly Archives: September 2018

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Ceroc Devon: Marldon Village Hall, Torquay

By | September 29th, 2018|Freestyle Reviews|

I get lucky in Devon Last Sunday I got an opportunity to go to a Blues Tea Dance near Exeter in Devon.  That's a long way from my base in Nottingham, so to make my journey worthwhile I searched round Facebook to see if I could find something for the Saturday night.  I got lucky.  [...]

FunkyLush, Burnham Park Hall, Slough

By | September 23rd, 2018|Tea Dances|

Let's not forget the people who ensure the vitality of this dance scene Please never take this wonderful dance scene for granted.  Behind its success and vitality lie the endeavours and passion of a lot of people.  The teachers who somehow get us through those first few lessons without quitting.  The DJs who play the [...]

Southport Splash 2018: Lucky Dip Competition

By | September 20th, 2018|Articles, Weekenders|

I gaze in wonder at the Ceroc Champs Entrants Back in May I made my first visit to the Ceroc Champs at The Watford Colosseum.  These are open competitions that attract the very best dancers from around the country, and include many of the teachers I'd seen perform in the Cabaret at Southport Weekenders.  What [...]

The Spirit of Southport September 2018 in Ten Top Tracks

By | September 12th, 2018|Music Reviews, My Favourite Tracks, Weekenders|

The Spirit of Southport lies in the music If you had to describe Ceroc's Southport Weekender to someone who had no idea what even Ceroc was, where would you start.  You'd probably begin by telling them that it involved round the clock dancing - it starts at three on Friday afternoon and doesn't stop until six o'clock [...]