‘Hell will freeze over before I choreograph another line dance’ - Norwich woman forced to retire after no one goes to dance classes

June Wilson at The Princess Diana Memorial Rose Garden at Castle Gardens. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

June Wilson at The Princess Diana Memorial Rose Garden at Castle Gardens. Picture : ANTONY KELLY - Credit: copyright ARCHANT 2017

A Norwich woman who dreamed of starting a line dancing group has been forced to retire after no one was interested in her classes.

June Wilson at The Princess Diana Memorial Rose Garden at Castle Gardens. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

June Wilson at The Princess Diana Memorial Rose Garden at Castle Gardens. Picture : ANTONY KELLY - Credit: copyright ARCHANT 2017

June Wilson, line dance instructor and choreographer has received no interest in her line dancing classes and has therefore retired 'for good'.

Mrs Wilson said: 'I am upset, depressed, discouraged and insulted. All that work, I choreographed two dozen original line dances, promoted the classes and yet nobody came.

'It is incredible, hell will freeze over before I choreograph another line dance.'

Mrs Wilson sent copies of all her dances created to songs by Dwight Yoakham to him in Los Angeles.


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She added: 'I do have a very special item which I created to 'from this moment on' by Shania Twain. I would be happy to perform this to any club in Norwich where people are interested in witnessing original creativity in dance.

'I can not stress how unique moment is, it is original, innovative and breaks new ground in the dancing world. It most certainly isn't normal line dancing.

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'I listen to new country music which I enjoy and the moves come, they just come.'

For anyone interested in Mrs Wilson's dancing or would like her to attend a club contact her on 07488 317131.

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