Studio dream becomes reality
IT doesn’t matter if you like Latin or line dancing, there’s something for you at the D a n c e n s a t i o n s c a b a r e t nights.
The new dance studio in Kirwan will be celebrating their first monthly cabaret night on Saturday which promises to be an evening of food and fancy footwork.
Co-owners Melissa and Rohan Prince first met 10 y e a r s a g o a nd r o mance blossomed on t he dance floor. They started up their own business, Bridal Blitz, several years ago to teach soon-to-be-married couples how to dance but they had long dreamed of opening their own studio.
Now their dream has become a reality and they have been teaching not only Latin and ballroom but ballet – on behalf of Ann Roberts, from tiny tots to primary – zumba and pilates.
The studio is located on Castlemaine St in the old Sun City Dance Centre and members of the well-known Killey family will be at the official launch party cabaret night to celebrate the building being returned to its former glory as a dance hall.
‘‘ We’ve always wanted to open our own studio but the opportunity never arose until now and we feel the timing is perfect,’’ Ms Prince said.
‘‘ I did ballet with Ann Roberts from when I was six until 20 so it will be great teaching for them as the place was like my second home.’’
Anyone from beginners to experienced dancers are welcomed.
For more information visit www. dancensations. com. au.