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Live Music Thursday at the Norbreck Castle Hotel

Thursday Live Music

Sequence and Ballroom

Thursday is open to non-residents

Come along and dance the night away with Resident Tower Organist Chris Hopkins from 8pm – 11pm in our beautiful ballroom with licensed bar.
 
We would like to make this night extra special so put your glad rags on and party……

TICKETS are £5.00 per person preferably in advance and numbers are limited so buy now. 


please state date your booking


Next Open to Non Resident Dance 

Thursday 25th May 2017
Thursday 29th June 2017
Thursday 10th August 2017
Thursday 12th October 2017
Thursday 16th November 2017
Thursday 14th December 2017

Chris Hopkins

Your Thursday night Organist Chris Hopkins

Chris started playing for Blackpool Dance Holidays right from the start of it’s conception a resident organist at The Blackpool Tower in 1995, you may of heard him play and danced to his music for many years as he has developed his own unique style and has become a firm favourite with the dancers there, so who better could we ask to get our Live Music Nights of the ground.

If you  recognise Chris that probably because he has made numerous TV/ Radio appearance’s promoting The Blackpool Tower Ballroom, including Strictly Come Dancing and Britain’s Favourite View he also played [the Organ] at his beloved Manchester United for their foundation.

When he’s not at Norbreck Hotel, The Blackpool Tower or his numerous other dance venues, he can be found wandering the Lake District, or the Scottish Highlands where he is a keen Landscape photographer, or you might meet him on the Blackpool roads as he is a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor, and taught many Blackpool residents and dancers to pass their driving tests.

Janet Lee Chapman

Your morning teacher Janet Lee Chapman
Founder & Director JLC Dance International Ltd
Founder and Co Director of of JLC Dance Ltd
Janet started dancing at 2yrs old with Tap and Ballet and by 6 yrs old Ballroom and Latin at the famous Redmond’s School of Dance, She dance and competed till she was 18.  After a few years working as a nurse and returned to dance and studied Ballroom and Latin coaching with the acclaimed Eric Lashbrooke qualifying in 1989 as a Ballroom coach and 1996 as a Latin coach.

Work has included teaching and choreographing in schools, gyms, colleges,  including Lancaster University and individual tuition both freelance and as part of the JLC Dance team, TV work and a spell as a performance artist in the Tate.

Today Janet is a Fellow and Examiner of the UKA, a Fellow of the IDTA, a British Council Adjudicator and a UK Anti-Doping Accredited Adviser

She was awarded runner up place in the Dance Today Dance Teacher of the Year 2017 Awards

Janet is deaf having started to lose her hearing as a young adult she became completely deaf in her 30’s and these days she wears two BAHA’s to help her hear normally,  she is also a very good lip reader, if you have any disability she will be there to help just ask.Dance is for all