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  • Course:
    Greek Dancing - Intermediate - Greek Dancing
    Where:
    St Paul's Church Centre Cambridge, Hills Road, Cambridge, Cambs, CB2 1JP
    When
    Wednesday 20:00-21:00
    Duration
    10 weeks (Starts 01 October 2014)
    Price
    £50.00 (£45 for students). Half-course option available.
    Description
    Explore the rich traditions of Greece through dancing and get familiar with the variety of rhythms, music and styles. Greek dancing is inclusive, social and fun and is suitable for everyone. Classes at 3 levels: Beginners Intermediate Advanced 10 week course, 1st ...
  • Course:
    Advanced Physical Theatre, Devising & Performance - Body And Motion Theatre
    Where:
    St Philips Primary School, Vinery Way, Cambridge, CB1 3DR
    When
    Wednesday 18:30-21:30
    Duration
    8-9 weeks per term (Starts 08 October 2014)
    Price
    Description
    This annual programme is designed for those with previous physical theatre or performance experience. Participants who completed the first program or Participants with previous experience in performing art who would like to join the group and go on a journey through the world of physical theatre int...
  • Course:
    Guitar for Beginners - Impington Village College - Adult Learning
    Where:
    Impington Village College, New Road, Impington, Cambridge, CB24 9LX
    When
    Wednesday 18:45-19:45
    Duration
    15 weeks (Starts 24 September 2014)
    Price
    £75/£60 concession
    Description
    This course is aimed at absolute beginners and will introduce Learners to the basics of guitar playing. You will look at the mechanics of popular music through the study of the diatonic scale system and its relevant chords.
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    Guitar for Improvers - Impington Village College - Adult Learning
    Where:
    Impington Village College, New Road, Impington, Cambridge, CB24 9LX
    When
    Wednesday 20:00-21:00
    Duration
    15 weeks (Starts 24 September 2014)
    Price
    £75/£60 concession
    Description
    This course is suitable for anyone who has been learning acoustic guitar for at least one year. Learners will be asked to speak to the Tutor in advance and attend the first session to see if the level is suitable for them. Learners should have an understanding of the workings of the diatonic s...
  • Course:
    Adult Street Dance for Beginners - Swavesey Village College
    Where:
    Swavesey Village College, Gibraltar Lane, Swavesey, Cambridge, CB24 4RS
    When
    Wednesday 19:00-20:00
    Duration
    5 weeks (Starts 05 November 2014)
    Price
    Full Fee: £23.00 (Concessionary Fee £17.00)
    Description
    A Street Dance class designed to develop a student’s fitness, co-ordination, flexibility and confidence with developing difficulty of routines developing over the term.
  • Course:
    Ballet for Beginners - Swavesey Village College
    Where:
    Swavesey Village College, Gibraltar Lane, Swavesey, Cambridge, CB24 4RS
    When
    Wednesday 20:30-21:30
    Duration
    10 weeks (Starts 24 September 2014)
    Price
    Full Fee: £45.00(Concessionary Fee:£34.00)
    Description
    A beginner ballet class to introduce basic ballet positions, to encourage confidence in basic movements and an appreciation of ballet performance.
  • Course:
    Guitar for Beginners - North Cambridge Academy (formerly Manor Community College)
    Where:
    North Cambridge Academy, Arbury Road, Cambridge, CB4 2JF
    When
    Wednesday 20:00-21:00
    Duration
    10 weeks (Starts 24 September 2014)
    Price
    Full Fee: £45.00 (Concessionary Fee: £34.00)
    Description
  • Course:
    Music History; Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern - Ely College Community Education
    Where:
    Ely College, Downham Road, Ely, CB6 2SH
    When
    Wednesday 19:00-21:00
    Duration
    5 weeks (Starts 12 November 2014)
    Price
    Full Fee: £45.00 (Concessionary fee: £34.00)
    Description
    The course aims to introduce students to the development of Western European music in the period 1600-Modern, analysing its characteristics in musical terms (after a brief overview of key musicology methods) and in its historical context. By the end of the course students will be able to ident...

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