modern sequence dancing

modern sequence dancing

n
(Dancing) a form of dancing in which ballroom dance steps are used as the basis of a wide variety of different dances typically performed in a sequence
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The couple from Prestatyn met at modern sequence dancing, where Norah taught toyboy Malcolm the moves.
They have enjoyed holidays and cruises to destinations including the Mediterranean and Norway and took part in modern sequence dancing together for more than 35 years.
Modern sequence dancing was one of the great hobbies Terry and Joyce enjoyed during married life which they kept up until Terry was 80.
There are now around 60 regulars who meet at Seaton Delaval Community Centre for the modern sequence dancing events - although the number was once more than 100.
MODERN SEQUENCE DANCING: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, various venues.
We still enjoy our hobby of modern sequence dancing. It keeps us together and young at heart."
Ms Witkiss, who turns 101 in December, was whisked off her feet by Malcolm when they met at modern sequence dancing.
We do modern sequence dancing, we can't really jive any more."
A beginners' course in modern sequence dancing starts at Harton Methodist Church Hall on September 4 (6pm).
THE BASICS: Modern sequence dancing is based on the standard ballroom and latin dances including waltz, quickstep, foxtrot and rhumba.
Ann stayed at home and looked after the children and together the couple enjoyed holidays abroad, walking and modern sequence dancing.
MODERN sequence dancing takes place every Thursday, except first Thursday of the month, at the Community Centre, Strathmore Road.