Let's dance! Coventry venue The Yard to host Strictly LGBT+ contest

Let's dance! Coventry venue The Yard to host Strictly LGBT+ contest
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Posted on 26 Jun 2019

Dancing shoes at the ready - The Yard in Coventry is on the lookout for people to take part in its second Coventry Does Strictly LGBT+ event in October.


The only LGBT+ dance competition outside of London, the event was deemed a great success in 2018 and this year hopes to raise plenty of funds for the Terrence Higgins Trust.

So if you’re a Craig Revel Horwood or Darcy Bussell wannabe, you can request an application form by writing to info@theyardcoventry.co.uk or jefferiesmark1@sky.com. 

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