A Weekend of Fifteenth Century Italian Dance and Music

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A Weekend of Fifteenth Century Italian Dance and Music

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We will be hosting a fifteenth century music & dance weekend on 27th and 28th of October 2007 at Hurst Village Hall (http://www.hurstvillagehalls.org.uk/). The hall will open at 9:30 on Saturday for tea and coffee and the course will run from 10:00 to 17:00 Saturday and 10:00 to 16:00 on Sunday. Tea and Coffee are provided, as is a hot lunch on Sunday, but you will need to bring a packed lunch for Saturday. Included within the cost, on Saturday evening there will be a renaissance ball at the hall accompanied by suitable period feast. 15th century costume would be appreciated but is not obligatory. The cost will be £80 per person and places are limited.

For more details please contact Robert Huggett
Phone: 01189 474891 (evenings)
e-mail: robert.huggett@airwidesolutions.com
Web Site: www.hants.gov.uk/basdance
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yes please - please send me details
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gregory23b wrote: a bit growed up now

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