We run a dance class for the showgirl in every woman.  We teach a gorgeous dance routine over a few weeks.

 

You don’t need dance experience to join us – you just need to be reasonably mobile.

 

You don’t need to wear burlesque-inspired outfits either (although many of us love dressing up in all that daft stuff). You just need to be able to move and feel comfortable in what you decide to wear. And a shoe with a heel (doesn’t need to be high) will help. Go for a pair that you know will stay on while you dance!

 

We don’t strip. Ever. The most you’ll ever take off as part of a dance routine is your boa and your evening gloves (which we can lend you).


We keep classes small so you’re not lost in a sea of faces.

 

Best of all, we have a laugh. It’s brilliant when we reach the stage when we all know a dance routine and we dance it perfectly together. But there’s no pressure to get there. The most important thing is that every woman who comes to class feels comfortable and has a good time. 

Class is £7 – Wednesday evenings 7.30pm to 8.30pm, but never the first Wednesday of the month. The best time to come along to see if you like what we do is at, or near, the start of a new routine. Drop us an email or give us a call if you think you might fancy coming to class, and we can tell you when our next routine will begin

Contact details:

 

Ros McIntyre  07967 666160

Website:  Burlicious.com

email:  Burlicious@gmail.com

You can also find us on Facebook

 

 

Reculver & Beltinge Memorial Hall

 

149 Reculver Road

Beltinge

Herne Bay

CT6 6PL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Car Parking

There are limited "one hour" bays nearby and limited parking in local roads.

 

There is a car park around 5 mins walk away.  About 400 yds towards Reculver, turn left into Reculver Drive.  The car park is 100 yds on the left. From April to September, 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday, there is a charge of  £1.50 per day.  Weekends & Bank Holidays £3 per day.  Pay by RinGo App only.

Postcode CT6 6QE

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