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No Lights No Lycra Sydney

De-stress with a weekly spot of dancing in the dark, no judgements.
By Concrete Playground
January 11, 2017
By Concrete Playground
January 11, 2017

You don't need to be Fred Astaire to get into the dance thing. It's not about getting it right and it's not about being Beyoncé. It's just about having fun. No Lights No Lycra offers the chance to let loose with a wild night of the dancing, and zero chance of having to wonder how you look while you throw shapes.

No Lights No Lycra is a light-free dance class started in Melbourne and became a hit around the world even before spawning its NSW incarnation. The no-holds-barred dance sesh now has five locations where you can dance it out around Sydney. Dance novice, dance master or even dance averse — with the lights down, everyone gets to thrash along here as a dance equal.

Find the dance party on Mondays in Bondi at the Seagull Room (Bondi Pavilion) and at the Cronulla Central Main Hall, on Tuesdays at the Manly Community Centre and on Thursdays at St Stephens Church Hall in Newtown and in Parramatta at Studio 404.

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