Do you remember your first dance? From baby steps and blue-light discos to bridal waltzes and professional debuts, First Dance takes you back to that exhilarating, nerve-wracking or fun moment that you may not even recall.

Do you move like a panther? Or more like a projectile? Or would you say your style is more like a low north-easterly pressure system? However we dance, it can be a huge part of our life and say a lot about us. Maybe it’s the revelatory possibilities of dance that make it such a thrilling, liberating – and even risky – activity. Whether your first dance led to a lifelong love affair with movement or kept you off the dancefloor for good, you’re invited to an event celebrating the role that dance plays in life.

Through storytelling, music and movement, dancers and writers come together to vividly conjure all the elation, freedom and catastrophe of their first tentative dance steps – and yours.

*This is a free event but please book here to secure your place.

Presented by Arts House and The Wheeler Centre as part of Dance Massive 2019


Mon 18 March

6:30pm (90 Mins)

Arts House
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne

FREE | Bookings essential*

Accessibility — Wheelchair accessible, Auslan interpreted

Storytellers & Performers
Adolfo Aranjuez, Ash Flanders, Danny Katz, Brodie Lancaster, wāni Le Frère, S.J Norman, Raina Peterson, Niharika Senapati