Sure, you can zag with style and some tremored precision when you're out and about, but what you really want is to dance scruffy, like you do among the lingering curls of steam by the bathroom mirror. There's an evening of dance that gets your problem. A homegrown night out that's spawned a worldwide movement which many know, but few have seen. Hosted at Curiousworks, Sydney's inner-city hive of pan-urban storytelling, No Lights No Lycra invites you to dance away the evening with your groove on and the lights off.
One year on, the evening has pulled its weekly socials into a monthly omnibus, guaranteeing you a consolidated wave of soothing vibes from the speakers and a bigger vibe from a bigger crowd. Proceeds from the night itself go to support Curiousworks' good work helping Sydneysiders to tell their own tales themselves. So if you want to dance your secret mirror-dance with all of the passion and none of the shame, No Lights No Lycra waits for you the first Thursday of every month with all embracing arms, and some judiciously closed eyes.
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