As an attempt to do something more fun and inclusive for both members and non-members, Newcastle University Anglo-Japanese Society has decided to put on a one-time dance class on 20th March 2-5pm at Space Six.
The genre for this class is K-pop. No dance ability is required for this workshop as it is purely an opportunity to have fun and learn something new. After all, what is a university event if no skill development is involved, right?
“Dancing has definitely brought me out of my shell, and through it I have not only acquired sick dancing skills but also great friends!” says the society’s Social Secretary and leader of dance event.
If you find this event tickles your fancy, head on over to the Anglo-Japanese Society’s page via the NUSU website for more details! They would love you to join. Do sign up quickly though, because word on campus is that only the first 15 to sign up will get in!
So grab your friends, grab your dance clothes and be sure to sign up by Friday 15th March.
The event does require a small fee, and is open to both members and non-members.
As part of a creative venture, the Anglo-Japanese Society is planning to film the dance afterwards professional style, so one can truly (almost truly) experience the life of stardom. No fear though, this will only go ahead for those who give them permission!
Last modified: 8th March 2019