Norwich Arts Centre hosts special dance night for women

Norwich Arts Centre is hosting Moxie, which is described as an inter-generational dance party for wo

Norwich Arts Centre is hosting Moxie, which is described as an inter-generational dance party for women. Photo: Kelly Robb - Credit: Kelly Robb

Women of all ages who like to dance are invited to an event at Norwich Arts Centre tonight.

Norwich Arts Centre is hosting Moxie, which is described as an inter-generational dance party for wo

Norwich Arts Centre is hosting Moxie, which is described as an inter-generational dance party for women. Pictured are (top row left to right) organiser Grace Jackson, Pam Green, Josie Steward, Dawn Maycock and (bottom row left to right) Rosie Arnold,, Amy Novula, Lucy Farrant. Photo: Kelly Robb - Credit: Kelly Robb

Moxie, described as an inter-generational dance party for women starts at 8pm at the St Benedict's Street venue.

Grace Jackson, from Norwich Arts Centre, said: 'Moxie is aiming to bring women together...to dance. It's nice to do something positive, and we want women to feel uplifted and united. We want you to bring your mum, your daughter, your gran! All women are welcome. We'll be decking the venue out and providing cocktails, baked goods from Deerly Beloved Bakery and teas, coffees for non-drinkers.'

The Moxie dance party advertises 'no music snobbery, just dance-able tunes', playing pop from all ages to Soul, Afrobeat and Dancehall.

DJs booked to play include Mina, a South London-based DJ and Producer who works with artists from West Africa and the Caribbean to create an international sound, Sophie Little of BBC introducing in Norfolk and Radio 1 and Amy Nomvula who hosts her own Innate Sounds show on Future Radio.


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Moxie Dance Party is at Norwich Arts Centre tonight (Saturday, May 13) from 8pm to 1am. Tickets £5.

To book, call the box office on 01603 660352 or visit www.norwichartscentre.co.uk

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