We began our summer, dancing at The Three Horseshoe Inn, Llangeitho. We were warmly welcomed and we thoroughly enjoyed our first dance outing.
At the beginning of July, we were welcomed into the Wee Crafty Folk family at their Steampunk Extraordinaire, at the Blaenavon Ironworks. We danced in the sun the rain and the wind on a tiny stage and some bumpy ground. We made new friends and welcomed our newest Tribal Unity Wales performer! (She came to support us and Ashley had kindly offered to take photos so we persuaded her that it was a good day to dance:-))
Last weekend was the Lampeter Food Festival and the rain kept away again! We danced two half hour sets in the entertainment tent plus audience participation and we loved every minute.
This Saturday is the Cardigan Bellydance Festival and we’re dancing at a birthday party on Sunday.
Classes are officially finished so my toe will have a week to rest (did I tell you I broke my toe? It’s been a painful month as well as a wonderful one!) and then I’ve two lessons to teach before the music festival on 13th August at the Brynog Arms in Felinfach. Tribal Unity Wales will be performing there between 3pm and 6pm and that will conclude our summer of dance…if the sun shines on a Sunday, of course, there will be impromptu dancing and picnicing in Cribyn!
For more information about Tribal Unity Wales, go to the Tribal Unity website. http://www.tribalunity.co.uk
You can message Deana for lessons in Essex via the website. You can message me here.
Enjoy the rest of summer and dance!
http://www.wendysteele.com has a Tribal Unity Wales page and you can view our performances via the Youtube page of Halo Quin https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAubabZ0MNYMtzHpCFqjM1A