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Dance club spiced up

12 Nov 2013

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The First Friday Dance Club had an extra kick in November when the main session was preceded by a very special performance from Too Hot to Handle.

Too Hot to Handle is a dance troupe made up entirely of people with intellectual disabilities.

The group thrilled the crowd with a choreographed routine and ended its rousing performance with a freestyle dance, which gave every dancer the opportunity to have the spotlight.

The crowd stayed on for the retro public dance class that followed and was put through its paces in a number of styles including hip-hop, reggae and disco.

The First Friday Dance Club is a City of Melbourne initiative, encouraging locals to head down to Queensbridge Square every first Friday of each month and learn a new style of dance.

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