Top Catz Dance based in Lanzarote are expanding their range of dance classes available this season, for kids and adults!

The perfect way to serve this gin is in a large glass with 3-4 ice cubes, 5cl of Ave del Paraíso gin, carefully pouring in 20cl of tonic slowly, so that you don’t disturb the gin, or reduce the flavour, finally adding a leaf of lemon cane or lime peel to finish.

You won’t find this gin in the local bars as yet, it’s only recently been launched and is currently available from the following outlets in Lanzarote.

Arrecife: Stratvs, Territorio Sibarita & Donde Celso
Teguise: Vinos y Quesos, Biomarket & La Chata Sabores Lanzarote
Puerto del Carmen: Vino +
Gúime: La Bodeguita de Güime
Playa Blanca: Bebilanz

We love that this Ave del Paraíso gin was created by an entrepreneur as a hobby, do give it a try, if you can locate a bottle on your next visit to the island.

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If you love dance, or have always wanted to learn, have a look at all the different styles of classes available:

Tap: different styles- traditional, Broadway, hoofer, rhythm tap, and clogging.

Ballet: This is a technique class only- no choreography. For beginning adults and teens- work on posture, body positions, barre and center work. A good basis for any type of dance.

Modern: Jazz, as it is called in the USA… lots of Bob Fosse style, and others. Technique training, and choreography. May include Musicals.

Irish: Learn soft and hard shoe techniques, and dances. A very physically demanding class- lots of jumps- very aerobic!

Funky Hip Hop: A fun class… body isolations, and dances. This class includes new style, and can also include a bit of “Old Skool”.

Classical Spanish Dance, or “Escuela Bolera”: includes basic barre technique and dances with either soft or hard shoes, and can include castanets.

Flamenco: Technique study of arm and wrist movements, footwork, posture, hand clapping, (“palmas”), choreographies, and also that “Flamenco attitude!”

Sevillanas: Folk dance from Sevilla, usually done with a partner, but can be danced alone. Unless someone has grown up listening to Sevillanas music, or flamenco, it is recommended to do some basic flamenco classes first! It is not as easy as it looks!

Arabic dance, or “Belly Dance”: working on isolating body movements- hips, shoulders, arms, and includes veil work.

Polynesian: Hawaiian and Tahitian Dance. Hawaiian is very easy on the body- graceful, and not too difficult movements. Can use some instruments also – Puili Sticks… (split bamboo); Uli Uli…(Feather gourds); Ipu…(gourd); ili ili….(smooth black volcanic stones). Tahitian dance is much more aerobic- it will get you puffing! Very fast hip movements. Sometimes using i i´s…(pronounced EE EE´s)… bits of grass like the grass skirt, held in the hands.

Please note that Marlene does not teach Salsa classes in Lanzarote.

 Hawaiian Marlene

Marlene is also available for choreography – for weddings, parties, special occasions – she will teach you, or your group a dance that you will be able to perform for any occasion.

Adults 25 euros per month (1 class per week), 37 euros per month (2 classes per week), or 43 euros per month (unlimited classes)

Kids 20 euros per month (1 class per week), 30 euros per month (2 classes per week) or 35 euros per month (unlimited classes)

Private classes are also available- 20 euros per one hour class, or 15 if the student is already enrolled in other classes.

Venues for classes are in La Asomada Teleclub, Puerto del Carmen SocialCultural Club, and other places.

Christmas Programme Arrecife

30th November 2017 – 30th March 2018
9th Bienal Lanzarote Arte at Sala de Exposiciones at Charco de San Ginés and Casa de la Cultura.
7th December
20:00 Concert of the Wind Quintet “Orquesta del Atlántico”, as part of the 6th Week of Chamber Music of Lanzarote. Free entrance.
9th December
20:00 Concert of the bands of wood and metal wind as part of the 6th Week of Chamber Music of Lanzarote, at the Music Kiosk. Free entrance.
20:00 Concert of the Metal Wind Quintet “Orquesta del Atlántico”, as part of the 6th Week of Chamber Music of Lanzarote at Casa de la Cultura. Free entrance.
13th December
20:30h Performace of the Folkloric Association “Los Toledos” in Sociedad Torrelavega.
14th December
20:00 Performance of San Bartolomé’s Choir at San Ginés Church.
15th December
18:15 & 19:30 “Pleiades, cuento de estrellas” Planetarium at the I.P.F.P. Marítimo Pesquero Escuela de Pesca. Free activity, previous registration required.
20:00 Presentation of the book “El crimen de las hermanas Cruz” by Conca de Ganzo. Debate with the author and Antonio Lorenzo, Arrecife’s official chronicler. At Casa de la Cultura. Free entrance.
20:30 Astronomy Observation “Gemínidas, La lluvia de estrellas” at Castillo San Gabriel. Activity free of charge.
21:00 Inauguration of the exhibition of the 3rd Painting and Drawing Contest “Elisa Betancort Delgado” at the Gallery El Quirófano. It can be visited from the 15th of December 2017 to the 5th of January 2018.
21:00 Christmas Concert of Arrecife’s Polyphonic Choir at Sala Teatro Atlántida in aid of the local Cáritas.
16th December
10:00-14:00 “1 kilo de arte”, artistic event with dance and art in motion at Recova Municipal.
11:00-13:00 Christmas Concert “La música toma la calle” at Centro Cívico.
12:00-15:00 Performance of “SBK en Navidad”. Exhibition of latin and room dancing (salsa, bachata, kizomba…) around the Old Cabildo, Parque José Ramírez Cerdá and around the area of the 4 esquinas.
21:00 Gospel Concert with Black Light Gospel Choir at Charco de San Ginés.
17th December
10:00-13:00 Rutas en Familia Arrecife 2017 “Ayer y hoy” around Puerto Naos. Activity free of charge, previous registration required.
12:30 Concert of the San Ginés Polyphonic Choir at San Ginés Church.
18:00 Theatre “Una abuela en Navidad” in Valterra’s Square. Show that combines teatre with music and children’s participation.
18th December
18:30-20:30 Christmas Concert of Lanzarote’s Classical Orchestra in Arrecife’s City Centre.
20:30 Concert “Mirando la Navidad” with the band “Los Campesinos” and El Cribo Choir at Sociedad Democracia.
19th December
20:30 Performance of the “Orquesta de Pulso y Púa” of Arrecife’s Townhall at Casa de la Cultura. Free entrance.
20th December
20:30 Performance of Alexis Lemes “Timple y voy en Navidad” at Sociedad Torrelavega.
21st December
20:30 “Concierto encanto” by the band Bohemia in front of Casa de la Cultura.
22nd December
20:30 Performance of the band “Timplefonías” at Casa de la Cultura. Free entrance.
23rd December
12:00 Performance of the Folkloric Association “La gran aldea” at La Plazuela.
28th December
12:00-14:00 & 17:00-21:00 Signing of “Ediciones Remotas” books by different authors and musical performance at Recova Municipal.
29th December
20:30 Performance of the Folkloric Association “Parranda La Hoya” at Charco de San Ginés, in front of Casa del Miedo.
3rd January
18:50, 20:30 & 21:30 Christmas Video Mapping on the facade of Casa de la Cultura.
4th January
19:00-21:30 Christmas Street Concert with San Ginés Polyphonic Choir, the band Alborada del Lentisco and Folkloric Association “Coros y Danzas Arrecife” around Arrecife’s City Centre.
5th January
14:00 Christmas Lyric Recital by tenor Pancho Corujo accompanied on the piano by Rubé

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Please contact Marlene for more information, and for the full class schedule:

Mobile: 662 116 415

Email: info@topcatzdance.com

Website: www.topcatzdance.com

Facebook: Marlene.Pierce1, or Top Catz Dance