Thursday, February 11, 2010

Edinburgh Workshop 6th March 2010

I've just attached the entire flyer for this upcoming workshop so you have all the info, should you want to come, or know anyone who might be interested..... please do forward it on- please note if this is your 1st time to my blog - this is not my usual blogging style- normally I waffle a lot!!!!!! and about a lot of things!!!


Workshop with Lorna of Cairo
WITH LIVE DRUMMING


Open level - suitable for all belly dancers (but not complete beginners)
1pm - 3.30pm
Edinburgh's Telford College, Granton Waterfront Campus, Edinburgh

£30

Two-and-a-half hours of pure Cairo dance, with Lorna of Cairo and drumming with Adam Reid. A fun workshop exploring ways to interpret the rhythms of Egyptian music. We will work on arms, feet, and everything in between! Although there will be the usual latest Cairo stories, the majority of the workshop will be DANCING - prepare to sweat!

About Lorna of Cairo

Before leaving her native Edinburgh to become a professional belly dancer in Cairo, Lorna was teaching 27 hours of belly dance classes each week, across Scotland. A hugely successful teacher and performer for almost a decade, Lorna enjoyed Edinburgh Fringe Festival successes and was resident dancer at Morocco Walima restaurant. Lorna is now the first Scottish dancer to work professionally in Cairo. She has been performing in Cairo for over three years and is currently a star of the Pharoaoh Nile Cruisers. Lorna records her adventures in a captivating blog that has a worldwide following, http://www.bellylorna.com/

"As a peformer, Lorna epitomises the cheeky sassiness of modern Cairo, and is a very giving and lively entertainer. As a teacher and as an individual, Lorna is witty, engaging, highly knowledgable and passionate about sharing her knowledge gained from first-hand experience." http://www.saqarah.co.uk/

To book your place contact Elspeth at swishandhips@hotmail.co.uk or send your payment by paypal to elspethalexandra@hotmail.com

1 comment:

Gillian said...

You'd be a plonker not to attend!