Dance Night with the dancer and psychologist Peter Lovatt, aka Dr Dance.
Sunday 31 July 19:00-21:00 | North Lodge Park, Cromer | Free
Do you want to know how swing frees up memory and tango triggers creativity? Are you burning to learn how barn dancing boosts puzzle-solving powers, ballroom hormones influence social identity and hardcore rave relates to intimate attraction? Have you ever wondered why tango is tricky or the macarena feels easy? Why improvisation is awkward and dancing with friends, funny?
In this special night in North Lodge Park, Cromer, Dr Peter Lovatt will teach us the basic moves for a range of dances to get us dancing, while sharing what he knows from his research into how different moves affect our bodily chemistry creativity and emotions. It’s dancing but not what you expect.
Whether you’re a total dance novice who’s never been near a tea dance or an experienced Latin mover you’ll learn new moves and discover the surprising science behind them.
Join us for a fun and enlightening dance night. Part dance; part information. All fun. All free.
Suitable for all the family. Even reluctant dancers will soon be moving like never before.
Note: the café will be closed so please bring your own picnic / refreshments