They say to dance like no one is watching and No Lights No Lycra offers this opportunity to patrons at the Redland Performing Arts Centre at 6pm on October 11, 18 and 25
Redland Ambassador Lel Doon said the movement was created to make people “feel better”.
“No Lights No Lycra is thrilled to bring the joy of dancing in a safe, friendly, non-judgemental, drug and alcohol free atmosphere to RPAC,” she said.
“This is a space where everyone is a dancer. The lights go off, the music goes on—and you dance like nobody’s watching. There is no light, no lycra, no teacher, no steps to learn, no technique, just free movement.”
Lel said the music was a “bit of everything” including rock, pop, swing, folk, hip hop, soul, disco, cheesy top 40 and dance floor classics.
“You might not like some of it, but you’ll love a lot, and the song list varies weekly,” she said.
There are currently 70 No Lights, No Lycra ambassadors across Australia. This event is possible due to a council community grant.
Lel said she became the Redlands ambassador for No Lights No Lycra in July 2021 at the Birkdale School of Arts hall. Sessions are now held at the Lions hall, Cleveland every Wednesday at 6pm except for the second Wednesday of the month.
“We are so thrilled to host this at RPAC in October. There is a big open space, thick curtains and a great sound system. Plus the staff are so supportive,” she said.
Tickets are $10 and can be booked on 3821 8131.