Movie Moves

dance in the movies

Tuesdays 7-8.30pm

8 week course £60

5th September – 24th October

Book nowMOVIE MOVES will teach the basics of a number of different genres, including the steps you’ve seen in Dirty Dancing, Grease, Chicago, Strictly Ballroom, Rocky Horror Picture Show and many more.

Dance tutor, Genevieve will teach you how to dance whilst giving you an opportunity to meet new people, keep fit and have a great laugh. Comments from previous participants:

“Really enjoyed it. Gen is a brill teacher, very patient!”

“Great teacher who creates a really lovely atmosphere. I don’t feel self-conscious even though dancing definitely doesn’t come naturally.”

“I’ve always loved dancing but what I get additionally from this course is the thrill of dancing the movie routines!”

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each one I attended but Pulp Fiction and Fame stand out!”

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check this site out 1.      Do I have to sign up to the whole course?
These classes are a course and need to be paid for in advance. Unfortunately we cannot offer drop in fees.

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Of course!! Movie Moves is open to all levels.

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Experienced or non-experienced, I aim to cater to all levels within my classes in order to develop each individuals progression in dance.

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For the first class the Box Office will be open for you to come and sign in and we can point you in the direction of your class. In subsequent weeks you can just make your way to the class to sign in with Genevieve.

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All you will need to bring is some water! a knockout post 6.      What should I wear?
Anything that is comfortable and that you can freely move in is advisable. it can get hot, so layers is advised, and trainers or supportive footwear.

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We don’t have changing facilities, just small ladies and men’s toilets and 1 disabled toilet with a little more room, so you are best coming along in the clothes that you are planning on taking the class in.

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We have a new café at The Edge which serves up delicious hot food, fresh salads and homemade cakes – as well as delicious hot and cold drinks. The café is also a training centre for adults with learning disabilities. And because The Edge is a charity, you know that every penny you spend in the café is going back into the work that we do with children and vulnerable adults.

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Yes, but you will need to bring either a cheque or cash with you as we are not able to take cards. Please be aware that this is a course so you will need to start at the first week ideally and pay for the full course.

10.  Does it matter if I miss a class?
For this course, it doesn’t matter if you miss a class. Each week is an entirely new film, different style and fresh choreography, so you wont be behind! Only perhaps disappointed to have missed a particular dance from a film you could have been looking forward to!

11.  What else happens at The Edge?
The Edge is a small theatre with a big aspirations. We opened in 2011 in a former Red Cross Hospital in Chorlton, South Manchester with award winning actors Julie Hesmondhalgh and Mark Rylance as our Patrons, The 70 seat venue is both a receiving and a producing house, with a particular interest in theatre for children, musical theatre and new writing.
As well as housing theatre productions, classes and courses, we are committed to developing new audiences and run a comprehensive participatory programme including developing a theatre company with The Booth Centre, a charity for homeless people, and a long term drama project with adults with learning disabilities.
In 2012 we became a lead partner in Big Imaginations, an Arts Council funded strategic touring consortium; bringing the best in theatre for children and families to the North West.
As theatre makers ourselves we have enjoyed critical success with our most recent productions: Spinach, an entirely sung romantic comedy thriller and Dreaming Under a Different Moon, a musical adventure for families.