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HAPPY FEET SWING DANCE CLUB EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT IN THE TWISTED PEPPER

9 pm - Social dancing (€5/1 LD)

8 pm - Drop in beginners class

7 pm - Drop in improvers class

and now introducing monthly progressive courses

8 pm - Beginners course

7 pm - Improvers course 

Taking 1 or 2 classes and social dancing €10/1 LD

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Welcome!

DubLindy is here to put a swing in your step! If you want to learn how to swing dance in Ireland, then this is the place for you.

Join us on Tuesday nights at The Twisted Pepper for Happy Feet! Dance classes followed by social dancing to the finest hot n swing jazz, boogie n blues!

Social Dancing From 9 pm

Drop in beginners class at 8 pm

Drop in improvers class at 7 pm 

And thats not all, take one of our many Tuesday night courses and join us afterwards at Happy Feet for our weekly social dance!

Beginners Lindy Hop monthly course 7 pm

Improvers Lindy Hop monthly course 8 pm

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Swing (also known as Lindy Hop) is a fun, easy to learn partner dance. Creativity and humour fuse with off-beat rhythms to create its unique style. It’s danced to big band, jazz and rat pack music– guaranteed to put a swing in your step! Want to know more? Then look at What is Swing?

Our friends at Boogie Beat Swing run Route 66 every Wednesday in The Turks Head. There's a beginners class at 8pm followed by two hours of great dancing!

Downtown blues every Thursday night in Sin E, run by our friends by the same name, have a beginners class at 8:30 pm followed by social dancing from 9 pm.

Like Swing dance, Blues dance originated and evolved from African rhythms and movements. However, Blues dancing was never widely practiced as a "social" or performance dance in the United States outside of the Black communities; so it developed and thrived in smoky juke joints and at Blues house parties and rent parties, giving it a more intimate feel.

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