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PRESS RELEASE April 10, 2006

PRESS RELEASE April 10, 2006

Charleville Forest Castle

On Saturday, April 29th, 2006, Charleville Forest Castle is pleased to host:

‘SHAKE – A CELEBRATION OF DANCE’

In aid of the Charleville Castle Restoration Fund.

The day will consist of a series of at least 8 workshops including: Yoga, Salsa, Fire Dancing, Capoeira and Belly Dancing.

There are also Tai-Chi and Breakdance workshops for both men and ladies.  Each workshop will be approximately one to one and a half hours which will be booked upon arrival.  Accompanying these workshops will be special dance demonstrations throughout the day and some breathtaking dance performances to close the evening –  all for the incredible value of only €50.

In addition, there will be a variety of Holistic Treatments available (at a cut price between €5-€10) for you to try including Reiki, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Aromatherapy to help soothe those muscles after a good workout.  ‘SHAKE’S’ mission is to promote physical wellbeing through creative expression through movement and dance, and a turnout of approximately 80-100 people is expected.  Camping is available for Charleville Castle Members and Volunteers.  It costs just €10 to join.

This is a wonderful opportunity to explore, to get a taste of, and to become acquainted with the different styles of dance available to you in your area.  ‘SHAKE’ is also a great lead up to Charleville Castle’s ‘MAY DAY’ Celebrations including Irish Dancing and Bands on an outdoor stage on Sunday, April 30th, 2006.  More details are to follow.

 

For advance tickets in Dublin area, please contact Claire Walsh at 085 733 4377. For advance tickets locally please contact Terri at 087 753 0304 or 0506 23040.

Charleville Castle Membership and Volunteer Forms are available for download in pdf format at www.morfest.com or can be completed upon arrival.

 

It is very exciting to host such an eclectic gathering in Tullamore’s Charleville Castle. The Organizer, Claire Walsh, has successfully helped create Tullamore’s first Belly Dance classes at Charleville Castle since September, 2005 and has been an effectively driving force in helping develop Dance and Creativity as a strong presence in the Midlands.