Saturday night is 1940’s GNSH Ball! Time to get dressed up in your vintage finery, chat to friends and your GNSH family.
Originally from France, Max is back for the 8th time at GNSH. Since his first ever UK teaching and performing debut at GNSH 2004 and GNSH 2005, Max is without doubt, one of the world’s finest and inspirational swing dancers.
Back at GNSH for a 6th time, is one of the original GNSH teachers, Angela Andrew (AKA Cookie)
Angela Andrew is one of the leading lindy-hop teachers on the international scene. She is renowned for her explosive energy and improvisational skills on the dance floor. She started lindy-hopping in 1991 at Jitterbugs having an already established dancing and teaching path.
From Lithuania, comes GNSH first-timer Pamela. Pamela has been dancing since she was 5 years old. She did traditional Lithuanian folk dancing for years, until she found her passion in lindy hop at the age of sixteen.
For the very first time at GNSH, we are so excited to welcome ‘Cliff Longhurst and his 18 piece Jazz Knights Orchestra’, to take you back to the Savoy!!
Back at GNSH for a 2nd time teaching, is the shoe stomping Stephan from Prague.
Stephan hails from the school of ZigZag, one of the top Tap Schools in Czech Republic and has been tapping for years.
For the second time at GNSH, is the Last Chance Ragtime Band, an undiscovered gem, which makes you feel like you’re dancing in New Orleans..
All the way from Lithuania for the very first time at GNSH, another GNSH virgin is , Mindaugas Bikauskas.
Mindaugas Bikauskas, has been teaching on the Lithuania and Barcelona scene for many years. He has competed and danced around the world.
All the way from Lithuania for the very first time at GNSH, another GNSH virgin is , Arnas Razgūnas.
Arnas is from Vilnius, in the heart of the Lithuanian Swing Dance scene. He partnered up with Egle, from his very first dance with her. Together he is now dancing, performing, teaching and inspiring the community at hoppers’ dance studio everyday.