Posted by The Events Editorial Team
22. Mar, 2012
|July 31, 2012|
|7:45 pm||to||9:15 pm|
Every night across the globe a No Lights, No Lycra show is happening somewhere. Every Tuesday it’s happening in Fitzroy. The global dance phenomenon started right here in Melbourne (of course) in 2009 by wayward dance students Alice Glenn and Heidi Barrett.
The rules are simple: there is no light, no lycra, no teacher, no steps to learn, no technique, just free movement. Just like you’re in your bedroom head-banging to Gunners, or that scene from Risky Business where Tom Cruise dances in his jocks. Anything goes, so let it all hang out.
WHEN: Every Tuesday, 7.45pm – 9.15pm
WHERE: 250 George St, Fitzroy
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