Country & Western Night – 26th September 2010

A great night out

What better start could there be to the new line dancing season than by holding a Country & Western Night with Mr Rodeo as the main attraction supported by dancers from Phoenix LDC’s Famagusta & Girne members.

On Sunday, 26th September 2010, Keith and Sue, proprietors of  Dek’s Moonlight Restaurant, Boğaz, held such an evening with over 80 guests from the TRNC and various locations around Europe with many dressed in western gear that gave an added flavour to the night.

The evening started with an excellent hot and cold buffet to fuel the eager dancers and audience in readiness for a truly entertaining night and they were not disappointed.

The dancing started with six numbers, three of which were taught by Steve & Denise to give the guests a chance to have a go and strut their stuff of which they all did very well.

Mr Rodeo (Simon Burridge) opened his first spot by encouraging the guests to join him on the dance floor while he sang. This opportunity for dancing was not missed by some who gave it their all from line dancing to jive.

Mr Rodeo sang for over an hour in his own unique style and, from the way he performed, he was enjoying it as much as the enthusiastic audience. Leaving the floor to a standing ovation it was obvious to see that he was a professional of the first order.

A second session of line dancing took place and this was taken up by many guests who soon got into the swing in an atmosphere of fun and laughter.

Mr Rodeo’s final spot was a power packed hour of country music to suit all tastes from raunchy to romantic. It was a great session with the audience cheering for more after his final number.

It seemed the evening was over so quickly such was the enjoyment everyone had, all leaving with a smile on their faces and great memories to take with them.

Huge thanks must go to Keith and Sue for staging the evening and providing the fantastic food. It was a night to remember and they will undoubtedly hold another Country & Western Night in the future.

Thanks to Steve & Denise for their line dancing, and showing everyone how it should be done, and their endless patience when teaching!

A final thanks to Mr Rodeo who made the evening extra special.

There are good nights and great nights but this night was one that cannot be beaten and will be up there among the best of the best.

Author: Mel Dale

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15 Responses to “Country & Western Night – 26th September 2010”

  1. jan mcghee Says:

    really good night

    jan

  2. Karin Pratt Says:

    It certainly looks like a good time was had by all….just a bit bemused why adverse comments were made on Cyprus 44 by persons who did not attend!!!…Sour grapes perhaps?… Well Done Phoenix Line Dancers for rising above the pettiness of people who have nothing better to do than make un-informed comments about an obviously popular event….If they actually attended the event then perhaps credence could be given to the comments made, but as they didn’t, they are not really in a position to do so.. to quote a well known saying “Get a Life!!”

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