Style and Society

Wednesday 22 February 2023


Good morning, I hope you are having a good week so far. Welcome to our regular online newsletter, which lists all current and future activities that I organise.


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My Mobile number is: 07759 646507
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Tea Dance

Tea Dance

Saturday 11th February 13:00 – 15:30

Celebrate the month of romance in style with Edurne as she leads our next Tea Dance. A mixture of dance workshop and social dancing, mixed with tunes from the 60’s. 70’s, 80’s and beyond.

To book your space: click the “Pay for Activities” button below

  1. ‘Enter Amount’ – The cost is 3.00 (without the ‘£’ symbol) – you will get a receipt and I will get a notification of payment (refreshments included).
  2. In the ‘Activity’ dialogue box type “February Tea Dance”
  3. Fill in the rest of the boxes then click on the ‘Pay’ button

** refreshments included

Style and Society

Style and Society: Dressing the Georgians

Tuesday 20th June and Tuesday 25th July

Dawn Purkiss from the Royal Collection Trust, will be hosting a workshop on the 20th June (1pm) to talk about the new exhibition: Style and Society: Dressing the Georgians.

Following the talk Dawn will then lead a dance/movement workshop in the group’s space. This would then be followed-up by a visit to the exhibition and an opportunity to ‘perform’ the dance/movement in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 25th July 2023.

If you would like to take part, please click the link below:

Tudor Allen History Talk

Tudor Allen History Talk

Monday 27th February; 1pm – 2pm

Kilburn – An Illustrated History
In this illustrated talk, Tudor Allen, Archivist at Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre, takes us to the west of the London Borough of Camden to explore the fascinating history of the Kilburn area from its origins with the founding of a priory in the 12th including the coming of the railways, bustling Victorian High Street, notable buildings, people, events and other developments of the 20th century.

To reserve a space, please use the booking form below:

What's On

Regular Activities

09:00 Line Dancing (Zoom; £1 per class)
11:00 Tai Chi (£2 – two spaces available)
11:00 – 13:00 Badminton (Free – but booking essential)

10:00 – 12:00 Jewellery Class (Full)

10:00 – 11:00 Yoga (£5.00)
11:15 – 12:15 Pilates (£5.00)
14:00 – 16:00 Digital Video Editing with LFS (Full)

10:00 – 12:00 Drop In Digital Workshop by Camden
12:00 – 13:00 Flamenco (£5.00)
13:00 – 15:00 Badminton (Free – booking essential)
13:00 – 15:00 Digital Photo Class

10:00 – 12:00 1-1 digital support (appointment only)
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch Club (pre-booking essential)

To reserve a space / tickets or for more details please email:
For any other queries email me directly or leave a message on Whatsapp.
My Mobile number is 07759 646507
What's On

Forthcoming Activities

March 2023

Wednesday 1st March
Film Club at the Garden Cinema – 15:00
“Brazil” – cost £2:00 (Four Spaces)

Monday 20th:
Pub Quiz with Viola – 14:00

Monday 27th:
Bridge session – 14:00

To reserve a space / tickets or for more details please email:
For any other queries email me directly or leave a message on Whatsapp.
My Mobile number is 07759 646507
And Finally

And Finally…

If you need to contact me, please contact me only on this mobile number 07759 646507.
Please do not visit me at Dragon Hall. I work at different venues throughout the week and I might not be there.

It is essential that all events/workshops or classes are booked in advance. If you would like to attend an event, please ALWAYS contact me beforehand.

Please note that all payments for classes are paid online via our website. If you have any difficulty with this, I am happy to assist. But again, this must be done beforehand and booked with me.


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